104th Security Force advisory team returns to Wisconsin [Image 2 of 3]
MADISON, WI, UNITED STATES
As Maj. Gen. Donald Dunbar, Wisconsin adjutant general, looks on, Maj. Michael Hanson and Sgt. Maj. Glen Newkirk of the 104th Security Force Advise and Assist Team present Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch with a unit photo taken in Afghanistan during the unit's homecoming ceremony Sept. 28 at Joint Force Headquarters in Madison, Wis. The 104th SFAAT completed a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan where they prepared the Afghan Border Police to assume greater responsibility for their own security. Wisconsin National Guard photo by Vaughn R. LarsonThe 104th SFAAT arrived at Camp Shelby, Miss., Sept. 24 following a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan, where they prepared the Afghan Border Police to assume greater responsibility for their own security. In addition to working with their Afghan counterparts to improve operations, logistics and communications, the 104th helped start two 12-room schools and a deep well, distributed donated school supplies to villages along the borders of Iran and Turkmenistan, and delivered 175 desks to a school that had no furniture. The 104th SFAAT commander Lt. Col. David Larson will remain with a handful of soldiers at Camp Shelby who still need to complete demobilization requirements. Wisconsin National Guard photo by Vaughn R. Larson
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