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Welsh Guards mentor Afghan police as CD is launched to support families

April 30, 2012

With the Welsh Guards’ recent arrival in Helmand province to mentor and advise the Afghan National Police, a fund has been launched back home to support the troops and their families.

The cover artwork for 'Tell My Father/Men of Harlech'

The cover artwork for 'Tell My Father/Men of Harlech' by the Band of the Welsh Guards featuring Mark Llewelyn Evans. Picture: Crown Copyright/MOD 2012

The 1st Battalion Welsh Guards (1 WG) recently took over responsibility for the Police Mentoring and Advisory Group in Lashkar Gah, Helmand province, from 1st Battalion The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment.

For the next seven months, HQ Company of 1 WG will be training new Afghan police recruits at the training centre in Lashkar Gah while the remainder of the battalion, supported by members of the Light Dragoons and the Queen’s Own Gurkha Logistic Regiment, will be advising and mentoring police on the ground as Police Advisory Teams.

This will be the second tour of Afghanistan for many of the Guardsmen. In 2009, the battalion was involved in sustained and ferocious fighting in Helmand province, the area that they now occupy as police mentors.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Claudio Alpaca permalink
    April 30, 2012 17:31

    This aspect of transition phase is that where a continue training is posed on. This for other members ad to Afghan forces and need the same training have had the members already on service. this aspect is also caraterized by a collaborative spirit that make training easy, more than on past.
    Hi buddies, if you remembe the past years, you trouve encroyable this moments, but this is the results of your efforts, duty and sacrifices. claudio alpaCA

  2. mo3andjo7 permalink
    April 30, 2012 18:22

    HOPE YOUR PARCELS HAVE ARRIVED ONE OF THEM IS THE 10,000TH FROM MO AND JO TEAM!! ENJOY!!

  3. hectoranibal permalink
    May 2, 2012 15:32

    buena suerte a la guardia galesa en su vuelta a afganistan, que dios los acomoañe.
    saludos a todos ,hectoranibal

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