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This is a common view of a busy day in Kabul where

This is a common view of a busy day in Kabul where

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This is a common view of a busy day in Kabul where Security Force Assistance Team 1, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, where the SFAT completed an 18 hour partnered convoy from Kandahar City with their Afghan Civil Order Police partners. Over the past seven months SFAT 1 has driven more than 10,000 miles safely without accidents or pedestrians being injured.

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01/01/2012
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Defense Visual Information Distribution Service
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4th infantry division
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2nd brigade combat team
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afghan national civil order police
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security force assisstance team 1
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4th infantry division public affairs
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