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    Freedom Builder - 06.01.2012

    Freedom Builder - 06.01.2012

    Freedom Builder Magazine is a premiere magazine published by the Transatlantic District –North located in Kabul. This May-June edition...
    Freedom Builder - 04.02.2012

    Freedom Builder - 04.02.2012

    Freedom Builder Magazine is a premiere magazine published by the Transatlantic District –North located in Kabul. The magazine is published...
    Freedom Builder - 02.28.2012

    Freedom Builder - 02.28.2012

    Freedome Builder Magazine is a premiere magazine published by the Afghanistan Engineer District North located in Kabul, Afghanistan. This edition...
    Freedom Builder - 09.15.2011

    Freedom Builder - 09.15.2011

    Air Forcing their way in-Airmen comprise more than a quarter of military members within Army Corps of Engineers unit. Somber Moments-District...
    Freedom Builder - 07.15.2011

    Freedom Builder - 07.15.2011

    -New leadership Col. Christopher W. Martin takes command of the district as Col. Thomas H. Magness retires from the Army. -One on one Martin...
    Freedom Builder - 05.15.2011

    Freedom Builder - 05.15.2011

    -Kabul University books The Corps of Engineers provides war-torn Kabul University with engineering books. -Playing cards The Corps of Engineers...
    Freedom Builder - 05.11.2011

    Freedom Builder - 05.11.2011

    -Presidential Info Center Boston-area architect capitalizes on assignment in Kabul -Looking to the future Corps of Engineers helps rebuild Afghan...