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Friday, 07 December 2012 14:43

Panjwai Farmers Learn Valuable Skills

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Photo: Kandahar University instructor answers questions the farmers have during the Post Harvest Processing and Marketing class held at the Panjwai District Headquarters, July 7, 2012.(Photo by Sgt. Matt Young)

PANJWAI, Afghanistan- The Panjwai District Headquarters in Kandahar province hosted 19 local farmers during a four-day Post Harvest Processing and Marketing Training Class with the graduation held here, July 7, 2012.

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Photo: Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos answers a question about future promotion opportunities from a 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment Marine serving at Combat Outpost Shir Ghazi, Afghanistan, July 17, 2012. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Brian Buckwalter)

HELMAND PROVINCE, Afghanistan- The Marine Corps' top general and his senior enlisted advisor visited Marines throughout southern Afghanistan to thank them for their service and sacrifice, July 17.

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Photo: The Afghan National Security Force Color Guard drills at the Tranche 3 Ceremony at Camp Miawon, July 12.
LOGAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan — The Governor of Logar province, Assistant to the Ministries of Defense, members of Parliament, tribal elders, the 203rd Afghan National Army Corps commander and soldiers, and Afghan National Police commander and police were all in attendance for a ceremony at Camp Miawon to mark the official transfer of power of three districts within Logar province from the International Security Assistance Force to Afghan forces July 12.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai announced the official launch of Transition Tranche 3 May 13, the third phase in a process to an Afghan self-sustaining state. Tranche 3 includes 122 more districts, including all provincial capitals and now more than 75 percent of the people of Afghanistan living in security areas controlled by Afghan National Security Forces. Key leaders from throughout Logar province, and members of ISAF and Afghan National Security Forces gathered at Camp Miawon to celebrate the transfer of power of three districts in Logar province to the control of ANSF.

The mood was jovial as tribal elders, ANSF commanders, and members of Parliament greeted each other. Each welcomed the third stage of the transition whereby ANSF assume security responsibilities in the three northern districts of Logar province and they expressed their gratitude to ISAF for assistance.

The Governor of Logar province expressed his thanks, “I am grateful to ISAF for the many years of support for ANA with weapons and training that helped in defeating the enemies of the people, but now with the transfer of power, a new ANA will emerge to care for its country.”

Tranche 3 is the third of five tranches planned as ANSF progress toward taking full responsibility for security of Afghanistan. The 203rd ANA Corps commander accepts his new responsibility in Logar province, “I assure all the people of Logar that their security will be my priority and I can assure them they will be safe.”

Tranche 3 marks the start of transition in each of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces.

July 24, 2012: By Capt. Justin Casey, 7th Engineer Battalion

Article Redistributed by Support Our TroopsRedistributed by www.SupportOurTroops.org

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WASHINGTON – A combined Afghan and coalition security force captured a Haqqani terrorist network leader and several of his associates in the Gardez district of Afghanistan’s Paktia province yesterday, military officials reported.
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WASHINGTON – When Wendy Duffman first heard that Osama bin Laden, al-Qaida’s leader and the mastermind behind 9/11, was dead, she felt a sense of elation, then relief.
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WASHINGTON – A senior national security official today provided insight into the decision process leading to the raid by U.S. special operations forces that killed al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden in Pakistan yesterday.
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Monday, 02 May 2011 08:00

Bin Laden Buried at Sea, Official Says

Written by Jim Garamone

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WASHINGTON – Osama bin Laden received a Muslim ceremony as he was buried at sea, a senior defense official said here today.
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