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U.S. Army Cpl. Jacob Bath (left), and Capt. Erik Hickly

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U.S. Army Cpl. Jacob Bath (left), and Capt. Erik Hickly

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U.S. Army Cpl. Jacob Bath (left), and Capt. Erik Hickly (center), civil affairs members of Provincial Reconstruction Team Farah conduct interviews during a mission in Dizak Village, Farah province, Afghanistan, Sept. 12. The PRT is conducting the patrol to assess living conditions and to talk to local villagers about their concerns. PRT Farah is a unit of soldiers, sailors and airmen working with various government and non-government agencies tasked with facilitating governance and stability in the region by working hand in hand with local officials and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. The goal of the PRT is to promote the Afghan government and their ability to resolve local issues and provide security to the people.

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12/09/2012
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