Afghans to take lead in counterinsurgency operations

By SPC Edward Garibay, 16th Mobile Public Affairs DetachmentFebruary 20, 2011

110217-A-5634G-001: Afghan National Security Forces members and their Australian mentors receive training Feb. 17 in Tarin Kot, Afghanistan on counterinsurgency tactics as a part of an ongoing effort to give the Afghan military the lead in upcoming operations. The two-day training was part of an effort to place ANSF in the lead of upcoming strategies and operations. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Edward A. Garibay, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)
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