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U.S. Army Lt. Col. Andrew Green, 4th Squadron, 2nd

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U.S. Army Lt. Col. Andrew Green, 4th Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment, commander, (left) based in Vilseck, Germany, Afghanistan Highway Police Capt. Haji Sahebjan, AHP Capt. Haji Shahlohallab and Afghanistan Border Police Capt. Haji Janan (left), Najib Fazel, American interpreter from Irvine Calif., cut the ribbon at the front gate of Checkpoint 4 in Spin Boldak Jan. 2. The checkpoint is on the main supply route connects Pakistan, Spin Boldak and leads into Kandahar City. AHP, ABP and ISAF elements contributed in the development of the checkpoint that began five months ago.

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