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    Combined Joint Interagency Task Force (CJIATF) 435

    APO, AE, AF  

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    Current Personnel:

    Maj. Joel Harper

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    CJIATF 435 welcomes new commander

    CJIATF 435 welcomes new commander

    10.17.2013 | Courtesy Photo
    U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Mark S. Inch addresses the audience for the first time as commander of Combined Joint Interagency Task Force 435. CJIATF...

    Recent Videos

    Capt. Steven Cole

    Capt. Steven Cole

    07.02.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Capt. Steven Cole sends a greeting to Dallas, Texas from Kabul, Afghanistan for Independence Day 2012
    Maj. Michelle Carter

    Maj. Michelle Carter

    07.02.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Maj. Michelle Carter sends a greeting to Baltimore, Maryland from Kabul, Afghanistan for Independence Day 2012
    Laura Sells

    Laura Sells

    07.01.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Laura Sells sends a greeting to Denver, Colorado from Afghanistan for Independence Day 2012
    Cmdr. David Sperry

    Cmdr. David Sperry

    07.01.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Cmdr. David Sperry sends a greeting to Monterey, California from Afghanistan for Independence Day 2012
    Lt. Col. Benjamin Nelson

    Lt. Col. Benjamin Nelson

    07.01.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Lt. Col. Benjamin Nelson sends a greeting to Tupelo, Mississippi from Afghanistan for Independence Day 2012
    Lt. Col. Benjamin Nelson

    Lt. Col. Benjamin Nelson

    07.01.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Lt. Col. Benjamin Nelson sends a greeting to Hawaii from Afghanistan for Independence Day 2012
    Lt. Col. Jane Boomer

    Lt. Col. Jane Boomer

    07.01.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Lt. Col. Jane Boomer sends a greeting to Rochester, New York from Afghanistan for Independence Day 2012
    Staff Sgt. Christa Briggs

    Staff Sgt. Christa Briggs

    07.01.2012 | Courtesy Video
    Staff Sgt. Christa Briggs sends a greeting to Dayton, Ohio from Afghanistan for Independence Day 2012

    Recent News Stories

    Ayyar assumes command of CJIATF 435

    Ayyar assumes command of CJIATF 435

    07.03.2013 | Courtesy Story
    More than 120 team members of the Combined Joint Interagency Task Force 435 gathered July 3 to welcome U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Balan R. Ayyar as...
    A Step toward transition

    A Step toward transition

    01.09.2013 | Story by Catherine Threat
    In the midst of headlines that claim the Afghan forces are ready to take the lead, the Security Force Assistance Integration Cell at Combined...

    Rule of Law makes impressive gains at Justice...

    11.25.2012 | Story by Capt. William Edge
    The Afghan criminal justice system continues to make impressive strides in implementing the rule of law and demonstrating its national sovereignty in the criminal justice system at the Justice Center in Parwan. Established in June 2010, the JCIP exists to ensure fair and impartial justice for those defendants alleged of committing national security crimes in the Afghan criminal justice system.
    Fulton County judge serving in Afghanistan

    Fulton County judge serving in Afghanistan

    10.23.2012 | Courtesy Story
    U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Ural Glanville received his first star in a ceremony Oct. 23 at the Headquarters of the Combined Joint Interagency Task Force...

    CJIATF 435 meets with Afghan National Army, CSTC-A...

    All military operations are based on specific timetables, and many such operations are, in fact, time critical. The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between Minister Abdul Rahim Wardak, Minister of Defense for the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, and Gen. John Allen, commander, U.S. Forces – Afghanistan, called for the transition of Afghan national detainees to Afghan authority.

    CSI: Afghanistan

    05.15.2012 | Story by Master Sgt. Dorian Chapman
    Forensics—just a few years ago, the general population did not know the meaning of the word. But today, due in no small part to the popularity of investigative television serials and reality shows, the word now has a permanent place in our vernacular. What many people do not know is that the Afghan Criminal Techniques Academy in Parwan teaches these cutting-edge investigative techniques to its students, 22 of which graduated May 5.

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