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    Afghanistan: 417 Hometown Assets


    • Lt. Col. Hamid Saifi Receives American Flag Patch While Recovering

      Lt. Col. Hamid Saifi Receives American Flag Patch While Recovering

      Photo by Capt. Joe Legros   |   Michigan National Guard   |   06.17.2020

      Afghan Army Lt. Col. Hamid Saifi receives an American patch while recovering in a NATO hospital in Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan June 15, 2020. Saifi sustained a hip injury, among other wounds, when his convoy hit an improvised explosive device (IED) along a northern Afghanistan highway. (Photo by German Army Lt. Col. Dr. Stephan Heidenreich)...
      Hometown: Balkh Province

    • Afghan Hero Recovers Once More

      Afghan Hero Recovers Once More

      Story by Capt. Joe Legros   |   Michigan National Guard   |   06.17.2020

      Afghan Army Lt. Col. Hamid Saifi is not new to battlefield injuries. In fact, he is currently recovering from his second IED-related injury, but was also involved in a mortar strike and friendly-fire incident. However, he vows that it will take much more to keep him off the battlefield....
      Hometown: Balkh Province

    • Afghan Hero Recovers Once More

      Afghan Hero Recovers Once More

      Story by Capt. Joe Legros   |   Michigan National Guard   |   06.17.2020

      Afghan Army Lt. Col. Hamid Saifi is not new to battlefield injuries. In fact, he is currently recovering from his second IED-related injury, but was also involved in a mortar strike and friendly-fire incident. However, he vows that it will take much more to keep him off the battlefield....
      Hometown: Kabul

    • Afghan Hero Recovers Once More

      Afghan Hero Recovers Once More

      Story by Capt. Joe Legros   |   Michigan National Guard   |   06.17.2020

      Afghan Army Lt. Col. Hamid Saifi is not new to battlefield injuries. In fact, he is currently recovering from his second IED-related injury, but was also involved in a mortar strike and friendly-fire incident. However, he vows that it will take much more to keep him off the battlefield....
      Hometown: Kunduz

    • Afghan Hero Recovers Once More

      Afghan Hero Recovers Once More

      Story by Capt. Joe Legros   |   Michigan National Guard   |   06.17.2020

      Afghan Army Lt. Col. Hamid Saifi is not new to battlefield injuries. In fact, he is currently recovering from his second IED-related injury, but was also involved in a mortar strike and friendly-fire incident. However, he vows that it will take much more to keep him off the battlefield....
      Hometown: Mazar-i-Sharif

    • Live from Afghanistan

      Live from Afghanistan

      Photo by Maj. William Carraway   |   Georgia National Guard   |   05.25.2019

      Georgia National Guardsmen and running enthusiasts participated in the Veterans Memorial 5K in Marietta, Ga. May 25, 2019. At the same time, Georgia National Guard Soldiers of the 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team participated in a shadow run at Jalalabad Airfield, Afghanistan. Command Sgt. Major Jason York, senior enlisted advisor of the Calhoun-based 1st Squadron 108th Cavalry Regiment......
      Hometown: Jalalabad Airfield

    • Like Father Like Son: National Guard Soldiers serve, deploy together

      Like Father Like Son: National Guard Soldiers serve, deploy together

      Story by Sgt. Steven Lopez   |   101st Combat Aviation Brigade   |   01.11.2019

      KANDAHAR AIRFIELD, Afghanistan – As a member of the U.S. Army, the wellbeing of your seniors, peers and subordinates is just as important as that of your own family. Now imagine if your family members were those people to your left and right. Command Sgt. Maj. John Cole, senior enlisted advisor, and CW2 Bradley Cole, AH-64 Apache Helicopter pilot, with 1st Battalion, 130th Aviation Regiment......
      Hometown: Kandahar Airfield

    • Like Father Like Son: National Guard Soldiers serve, deploy together

      Like Father Like Son: National Guard Soldiers serve, deploy together

      Photo by Sgt. Steven Lopez   |   101st Combat Aviation Brigade   |   01.11.2019

      Command Sgt. Maj. John Cole, senior enlisted advisor, and CW2 Bradley Cole, AH-64 Apache Helicopter pilot, with 1st Battalion, 130th Aviation Regiment (Attack Reconnaissance Battalion), Task Force Panther, of the North Carolina National Guard, assigned to 101st Combat Aviation Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), pose for a picture at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan Dec. 29, 2018. In......
      Hometown: Kandahar Airfield