• These "train-the-trainer" students for the Afghan Border Police program will be graduating in a few days as of April 11. The students are shown their barracks at the Sherbeghan Regional Training Center in northwest Afghanistan.

    Police training in northen Afghanistan

    These "train-the-trainer" students for the Afghan Border Police program will be graduating in a few days as of April 11. The students are shown their barracks at the Sherbeghan Regional Training Center in northwest Afghanistan.

  • Command Sgt. Maj. David J. Vincent, DCOM-Regional Support (center), talks to the "train-the-trainer" or T3 students in their barracks at Sherbeghan Regional Training Center (SRTC) in northwest Afghanistan April 11. The "train-the-trainer" course is five weeks long and allows the best students in previous training to share their inherent leadership talents with new Afghan Border Police recruits, which SRTC specializes in.

    Police training in northern Afghanistan

    Command Sgt. Maj. David J. Vincent, DCOM-Regional Support (center), talks to the "train-the-trainer" or T3 students in their barracks at Sherbeghan Regional Training Center (SRTC) in northwest Afghanistan April 11. The "train-the-trainer" course is...

  • Recruits attending the Afghan National Civil Order Police program at the German-operated Konduz Regional Training Center receive a class on disassembling and assembling an AMD-65, the Hungarian version of the AK-47 at the Konduz Regional Training Center in northern Afghanistan.

    Police training in northern Afghanistan

    Recruits attending the Afghan National Civil Order Police program at the German-operated Konduz Regional Training Center receive a class on disassembling and assembling an AMD-65, the Hungarian version of the AK-47 at the Konduz Regional Training...

  • Command Sgt. Major David J. Vincent, DCOM-Regional Support (left), observes Afghan National Civil Order Police recruits disassemble and assemble with cadre assistance an AMD-65, the Hungarian version of the AK-47, April 10, at the German-operated Konduz Regional Training Center in northern Afghanistan. Vincent, stationed at Camp Eggers in Kabul, was visiting as part of a four-day battlefield circulation of training sites. The recruits go through a four-week literacy course, six weeks of basic ANCOP, and eight more weeks of advanced training before graduating prior to their first assignment. ANCOP's mission is to provide civil order presence patrols, prevent violent public incidents, and provide crisis and anti-terror response in urban and metropolitan environments.

    Police training in northern Afghanistan

    Command Sgt. Major David J. Vincent, DCOM-Regional Support (left), observes Afghan National Civil Order Police recruits disassemble and assemble with cadre assistance an AMD-65, the Hungarian version of the AK-47, April 10, at the German-operated...

  • This water tank at the yet-to-be-opened expansion training area at the Konduz Regional Training Center holds 8,000 gallons of water. It is just one example of the many improvements in training and living conditions for Afghan recruits attending KRTC. The expansion area is slated to open in May.

    Police training in northern Afghanistan

    This water tank at the yet-to-be-opened expansion training area at the Konduz Regional Training Center holds 8,000 gallons of water. It is just one example of the many improvements in training and living conditions for Afghan recruits attending KRTC...

  • These Afghan recruits for the Afghan National Civil Order Police (ANCOP) program take a break between classes April 10 at the Konduz Regional Training Center in northern Afghanistan.

    Police training in northern Afghanistan

    These Afghan recruits for the Afghan National Civil Order Police (ANCOP) program take a break between classes April 10 at the Konduz Regional Training Center in northern Afghanistan.

  • Afghan personnel inventory and move metal footlockers into a nearby conex for the ANCOP recruits who will eventually be training in the new expansion area to complement the Konduz Regional Training Center. Recruits will have their own footlockers and share a wall locker in the new expansion area’s barracks that open in May.

    Police training in northern Afghanistan

    Afghan personnel inventory and move metal footlockers into a nearby conex for the ANCOP recruits who will eventually be training in the new expansion area to complement the Konduz Regional Training Center. Recruits will have their own footlockers and...

  • Sgt. 1st Class William Daley, a contract officer representative attached to Regional Support Command-North, explains the modern features of this new classroom at the yet-to-be-opened expansion training area at the Konduz Regional Training Center. Also in attendance (second from left) was Command Sgt. Major David J. Vincent, DCOM-Regional Support, Sgt. Maj. William Robinson, Regional Support Command-North, German Command Sgt. Maj.  Uwe Siegener, Konduz Regional Training Center (KRTC) site sergeant major, and German Lt. Col. Bernd Brock, deputy site commander, KRTC. The adjacent expansion area, scheduled to open in May, will complement KRTC and will be a first-class compound with many modern training and living areas.

    Police training

    Sgt. 1st Class William Daley, a contract officer representative attached to Regional Support Command-North, explains the modern features of this new classroom at the yet-to-be-opened expansion training area at the Konduz Regional Training Center. Also...

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