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Afghan National Army Col. Shahwali Zazai, the commanding

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Afghan National Army Col. Shahwali Zazai, the commanding officer of the Helmand Regional Military Training Center, speaks during a graduation ceremony at Camp Shorabak, Afghanistan, April 26, 2017. More than 60 ANA soldiers recently completed a six-week medical training course, improving their tactical and expeditionary combat care skills. U.S. Army unit Task Force Forge aided in the instruction of the course, and is scheduled to relinquish command as the main advisory element in Helmand Province to the U.S. Marine unit Task Force Southwest. The oncoming unit is comprised of approximately 300 Marines and Sailors, whose mission will be to train, advise and assist the ANA 215th Corps and 505th Zone National Police. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Lucas Hopkins)

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26/04/2017
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