Afghan National Army Pvt. Mohammed Zia, a native of Wardak province, Afghanistan, and a soldier in the fire direction center of Artillery Coy, 6th Kandak, 4th Infantry Brigade, 203rd Corps, inputs coordinates into the Afghan Gunnery Computer, June 3, 2013, on Combat Outpost Doshe Towp, while U.S. Army Sgt. Chris Ostrander, a native of Newport News, Va., and a field artillery automated tactical data system specialist with 1st Battalion, 76th Field Artillery Regiment, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, watches. The AGC is specifically designed to be used with the D30 Howitzers, the artillery system the Afghan National Army uses to combat the enemies of Afghanistan. Learning to fire artillery with this system will improve the ANA’s ability to provide security to the Afghan people. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Bob Yarbrough, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division Public Affairs)
|Date Posted:||06.06.2013 10:22|
|Location:||COMBAT OUTPOST DASH TOWP, AF|
|Hometown:||WARDAK PROVINCE, AF|
|Hometown:||NEWPORT NEWS, VA, US|
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