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Video: Lt. Gen. Adrian Bradshaw - HQ-ISAF Press Briefing

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British Army Lt. Gen. Adrian Bradshaw, deputy commander of Headquarters, International Security Assistance Forces, briefs the media gathered at the Pentagon Press Briefing Room, in Washington, D.C., about the current status of operations in Afghanistan. He then answers questions from the media.


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This work, Lt. Gen. Adrian Bradshaw - HQ-ISAF Press Briefing, by SSG Christopher Harper and OR-7 Christian Valverde, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.9.2012

Date Posted:05.9.2012 12:00PM

Category:Briefings

Video ID:143584

Filename:DOD_100386802

Length:00:29:12

Location:KABUL, AFGlobe

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