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Afghan National Army soldiers and Australian Capt.

Afghan National Army soldiers and Australian Capt.

Afghan National Army soldiers and Australian Capt. Jason Mildone, 2nd in command Engineer Squadron, Mentoring Task Force 2, work together at the construction site of a new ANA patrol base inn the Uruzgan provin... More

An Afghan National Army engineer soldier uses a metal

An Afghan National Army engineer soldier uses a metal

An Afghan National Army engineer soldier uses a metal detector to look for metal signatures indicative of weapons caches or improvised explosive devices during a joint patrol in the Uruzgan province of Afghanis... More

Afghan National Army engineer soldiers work together

Afghan National Army engineer soldiers work together

Afghan National Army engineer soldiers work together at the construction site of the new ANA patrol base in the Uruzgan province of Afghanistan Nov. 13.

An Afghan National Army soldier and an Australian soldier

An Afghan National Army soldier and an Australian soldier

An Afghan National Army soldier and an Australian soldier patrol together in the Uruzgan Province of Afghanistan Nov. 14.

An Afghan National Army engineer soldier drives a piece

An Afghan National Army engineer soldier drives a piece

An Afghan National Army engineer soldier drives a piece of construction equipment at the construction site of the new ANA patrol base in the Uruzgan province of Afghanistan Nov. 13.

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