• Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability in linking detonation cord together to achieve proper demolition procedures, as their mentors from 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, watch over them to ensure their proficiency, in Khowst Province, Afghanistan. The Afghan National Security Forces participated in a two-week course in which soldiers learned principle combat engineer skills. In order to graduate, the soldiers had to demonstrate proficiency in handling explosives, neutralizing booby traps, breaching obstacles and combat medical tasks.

    ANA successfully graduate combat engineer course

    Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability in linking detonation cord together to achieve proper demolition procedures, as their mentors from 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force...

  • After demonstrating their abilities during a combat engineer course Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, were awarded certificates of completion by their mentors from the 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, near Camp Clark, Afghanistan, Dec. 20, 2012. The Afghan National Security Forces participated in a two-week course in which soldiers learned principle combat engineer skills. In order to graduate, the soldiers had to demonstrate proficiency in handling explosives, neutralizing booby traps, breaching obstacles and combat medical tasks.

    ANA successfully graduate combat engineer course

    After demonstrating their abilities during a combat engineer course Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, were awarded certificates of completion by their mentors from the 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team...

  • After demonstrating their abilities during a combat engineer course Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, were awarded certificates of completion by their mentors from the 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, near Camp Clark, Afghanistan, Dec. 20, 2012. The Afghan National Security Forces participated in a two-week course in which soldiers learned principle combat engineer skills. In order to graduate, the soldiers had to demonstrate proficiency in handling explosives, neutralizing booby traps, breaching obstacles and combat medical tasks.

    ANA successfully graduate combat engineer course

    After demonstrating their abilities during a combat engineer course Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, were awarded certificates of completion by their mentors from the 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team...

  • After demonstrating their abilities during a combat engineer course Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, were awarded certificates of completion by their mentors from the 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, near Camp Clark, Afghanistan, Dec. 20, 2012. The Afghan National Security Forces participated in a two-week course in which soldiers learned principle combat engineer skills. In order to graduate, the soldiers had to demonstrate proficiency in handling explosives, neutralizing booby traps, breaching obstacles and combat medical tasks.

    ANA successfully graduate combat engineer course

    After demonstrating their abilities during a combat engineer course Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, were awarded certificates of completion by their mentors from the 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team...

  • Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability to achieve proper demolition during a combat engineer course mentored by 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, near Camp Clark, Afghanistan, Dec. 20, 2012. The ANSF participated in a two-week course in which soldiers learned principle combat engineer skills. In order to graduate, the soldiers had to demonstrate proficiency in handling explosives, neutralizing booby traps, breaching obstacles and combat medical tasks.

    ANA successfully graduate combat engineer course

    Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability to achieve proper demolition during a combat engineer course mentored by 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, near Camp Clark...

  • Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability to achieve proper demolition during a combat engineer course mentored by 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, near Camp Clark, Afghanistan, Dec. 20, 2012. The ANSF participated in a two-week course in which soldiers learned principle combat engineer skills. In order to graduate, the soldiers had to demonstrate proficiency in handling explosives, neutralizing booby traps, breaching obstacles and combat medical tasks.

    ANA successfully graduate combat engineer course

    Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability to achieve proper demolition during a combat engineer course mentored by 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, near Camp Clark...

  • A Soldier from the 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, walks command wire back to their firing point before detonating a controlled demolition during the final day of a two-week combat engineer course for Afghan National Security Forces, near Camp Clark, Afghanistan, Dec. 20, 2012. Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, learned principle combat engineer skills. In order to graduate, the soldiers had to demonstrate proficiency in handling explosives, neutralizing booby traps, breaching obstacles and combat medical tasks.

    ANA successfully graduate combat engineer course

    A Soldier from the 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, walks command wire back to their firing point before detonating a controlled demolition during the final day of a two-week combat engineer course for Afghan National...

  • Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability in linking detonation cord together to achieve proper demolition procedures, as their mentors from 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, watch over them to ensure their proficiency. The Afghan National Security Forces, participated in a two-week course in which soldiers learned principle combat engineer skills. In order to graduate, the soldiers had to demonstrate proficiency in handling explosives, neutralizing booby traps, breaching obstacles and combat medical tasks.

    ANA successfully graduate combat engineer course

    Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability in linking detonation cord together to achieve proper demolition procedures, as their mentors from 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force...

  • Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability in linking detonation cord together to achieve proper demolition procedures, as their mentors from 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, watch over them to ensure their proficiency. The Afghan National Security Forces participated in a two-week course in which soldiers learned principle combat engineer skills. In order to graduate, the soldiers had to demonstrate proficiency in handling explosives, neutralizing booby traps, breaching obstacles and combat medical tasks.

    ANA successfully graduate combat engineer course

    Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability in linking detonation cord together to achieve proper demolition procedures, as their mentors from 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force...

  • Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability in linking detonation cord together to achieve proper demolition procedures, as their mentors from 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, watch over them to ensure their proficiency. The Afghan National Security Forces participated in a two-week course in which soldiers learned principle combat engineer skills. In order to graduate, the soldiers had to demonstrate proficiency in handling explosives, neutralizing booby traps, breaching obstacles and combat medical tasks.

    ANA successfully graduate combat engineer course

    Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability in linking detonation cord together to achieve proper demolition procedures, as their mentors from 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force...

  • Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability in linking detonation cord together to achieve proper demolition procedures, as their mentors from 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, watch over them to ensure their proficiency. The Afghan National Security Forces participated in a two-week course in which soldiers learned principle combat engineer skills. In order to graduate, the soldiers had to demonstrate proficiency in handling explosives, neutralizing booby traps, breaching obstacles and combat medical tasks.

    ANA successfully graduate combat engineer course

    Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, demonstrate their ability in linking detonation cord together to achieve proper demolition procedures, as their mentors from 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force...

KHOWST PROVINCE, Afghanistan (Dec. 20, 2012) -- Soldiers assigned to 2nd Platoon, 258th Mobile Combat Engineer Training Team, Task Force Prowler, partnered with Afghan soldiers from the 4th Kandak, Engineer Coy, Afghan National Army, conducted a live-fire exercise to conclude a two-week combat engineer course near Camp Clark, Afghanistan, Dec. 20, 2012.

During the course, Afghan National Security Forces soldiers learned principle combat engineer skills. In order to graduate, the soldiers had to demonstrate proficiency in handling explosives, neutralizing booby traps, breaching obstacles and combat medical tasks.

At the conclusion of the course, 12 soldiers from the Afghan Engineer Coy earned certificates of completion. The successes of courses like these continue to demonstrate the readiness of the Afghan National Army for unilateral operations.

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