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British Forces News: ANSF trainees arrive at Tombstone

November 23, 2011

1,400 new trainees for the Afghan National Security Forces have arrived at Camp Tombstone in Helmand to be trained for a vital task ahead – defending their country when NATO troops leave in 2014. Recruited from all over Afghanistan, they’ll be instructed in weapons handling, counter-IED, and literacy. The new recruits are arriving a plane load at a time, to build up the 195,000-strong force the country will need when the NATO operations end.

From BritishForcesNews on YouTube.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Claudio Alpaca permalink
    November 23, 2011 19:45

    New components of Afghan National Security Forces training on preparation of NATO troops leave. A new implementation of Afghan forces, need to done security to Afghanistan when the country will be autonomous on garancy of human rights and democracy.
    This is a good moment and a big thanks must be done to British forces for its training duty.
    Claudio Alpaca

  2. jeriberri21 permalink
    November 24, 2011 10:33

    I am praying these trainees have great success in keeping the country strong.

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