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Afghan National Army Col. Haroon Momand (right), commander,

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Afghan National Army Col. Haroon Momand (right), commander,

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Afghan National Army Col. Haroon Momand (right), commander, Regional Military Training Center-South, talks with a recruit on the firing range during ANA Basic Warrior Training at the Regional Military Training Center, Sept. 18, 2011, Kandahar, Afghanistan.

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18/09/2011
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