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US Dignitaries offload from a US Air Force (USAF) C-17A Globemaster III aircraft after arriving at Bagram Air Base (AB), Afghanistan, to attend a briefing conducted by the Coalition Joint Task Force Commander. Pictured front row left to right, US Ambassador to Afghanistan, The Honorable Robert Finn; Presidential Special Envoy to Afghanistan, The Honorable Zalmay Khalilzad; US Secretary of Defense (SECDEF), The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld; US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Franklin L. Hagenback, Commander General Coalition Task Force; and US Navy (USN) Vice Admiral (VADM) Edmund Giambastiani, SENIOR Military Assistant to Secretary Rumsfeld

US Dignitaries offload from a US Air Force (USAF) C-17A Globemaster III aircraft after arriving at Bagram Air Base (AB), Afghanistan, to attend a briefing conducted by the Coalition Joint Task Force Commander. Pictured front row left to right, US Ambassador to Afghanistan, The Honorable Robert Finn; Presidential Special Envoy to Afghanistan, The Honorable Zalmay Khalilzad; US Secretary of Defense (SECDEF), The Honorable Donald H. Rumsfeld; US Army (USA) Major General (MGEN) Franklin L. Hagenback, Commander General Coalition Task Force; and US Navy (USN) Vice Admiral (VADM) Edmund Giambastiani, SENIOR Military Assistant to Secretary Rumsfeld

 
 

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