Images: RMTC-SW completes final step in transition to ANA with official ceremony [Image 4 of 4]
Photo by Bill Putnam
Afghan National Army Lt. Col. Shah Wali Zazai (left) commandant of Regional Military Training Center-Southwest, salutes ANA Lt. Col. Ali Kabir Nawed, RMTC-SW chief of staff, before a trooping of the line of ANA and Danish soldiers with U.S. Marine Corps Col. Scott Arnold, second from left, commander of Regional Support Command-Southwest, and Danish Army Lt. Col. Jensen, commander of the Danish Army Military Capacity Building Unit, during a transition ceremony at the facility in Helmand province, Afghanistan, Dec. 26, 2012. The ANA took over complete control of RMTC-SW during the ceremony. The facility is the first RMTC in Afghanistan to transition to ANA-control for training, operations and maintenance in the country; it was also the last to be opened in January 2010. A team of advisers from the Danish Army have been training and mentoring the ANA trainers at RMTC-SW since February 2012. A team of advisers from the British Army manned the facility before the Danes’ arrival. (U.S. Army photo by Bill Putnam/Released)
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Date Posted:12.29.2012 23:24
Location:CAMP SHORABAK, AF