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Military stabilisation teams benefiting Afghan lives

August 17, 2011

Since the start of Operation HERRICK 14 in April this year, the Military Stabilisation Support Group (MSSG) in Helmand province has helped with a number of projects that have directly benefited people’s lives.

Chah-e Anjir's market stalls, which attract hundreds of local shoppers, before their move into the refurbished bazaar (stock image). Picture: Sergeant Rupert Frere RLC, Crown Copyright/MOD 2011

Chah-e Anjir's market stalls, which attract hundreds of local shoppers, before their move into the refurbished bazaar (stock image). Picture: Sergeant Rupert Frere RLC, Crown Copyright/MOD 2011

The MSSG is drawn from all three Services, as well as the Reserve Forces, and consists of 50 personnel divided into six Military Stabilisation Support Teams (MSSTs) who are spread out over the British area of operations in Helmand.

The Group’s role is to deliver stabilisation effect and assist the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) in delivering vital services to the population, in an effort to establish it as the dominant political and economic force.

Continues at: mod.uk – Military stabilisation teams benefiting Afghan lives

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  1. Claudio Alpaca permalink
    August 17, 2011 20:56

    This is a notice, an important and humanily relevant notice!
    The heart receive a great sentiment and done a big thanks to MSSG .
    Thanks. Claudio Alpaca

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