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Afghan National Army Lt. Col. Matoll, the executive

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Afghan National Army Lt. Col. Matoll, the executive officer of the Helmand Regional Military Training Center, speaks during a graduation ceremony at Camp Shorabak, Afghanistan, Aug. 30, 2017. Approximately 60 ANA soldiers assigned as instructors at the RMTC completed a four-week train-the-trainer course, led by U.S. Marine advisors with Task Force Southwest. The training focused on enhancing the soldiers’ instructing skills in preparation for an upcoming operational readiness cycle. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Lucas Hopkins)

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30/08/2017
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