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A Canadian soldier uses an interpreter to translate

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A Canadian soldier uses an interpreter to translate instructions to the Afghan National Army soldiers on how to properly search a home. Canadian soldiers of the 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment, along with Afghan National Army and Afghan National Police, took part in a partnered dismounted patrol around the Panjwai’i District in Kandahar province, Oct. 7. Ultimately, the priority for ISAF is to build up the ANA and ANP and hand over security to the Afghan security forces.

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1500 - 1600
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masum ghar
afghanistan
kandahar
afghan national army
afghan national police
isaf regional command south
panjwaii district
canadian soldiers of the 1st battalion
the royal canadian regiment battle group
sgt richard andrade
16th mobile public affairs detachment
ma sum ghar
partnered dismounted patrol panjwai i district
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