Saturday, March 19

Here's a couple of photos of Kam Air crash recovery operations launching from the Afghan Army base in Kabul. Recovery operations completed a few days ago.
In this one a team is boarding a Turkish UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter to be lifted to the crash site on one of the surrounding mountains.

This is right before takeoff. I thought it was interesting; a Turkish helicopter with the base mosque and mountains in the back ground.

Here I am in a C-130 flying to Kandahar a while back with my boss, LTC M. She redeployed almost two weeks ago now. The boss I had prior to her, COL P., took the photo. I thought you'd get a kick out of this one :-)

In this one I'm congratulating a Soldier that received an award. Actually, he's an Airman that was serving as our First Sergeant-- the top NCO at the Office of Military Cooperation - Afghanistan.

Me, my new boss LTC R., and MAJ B. (a fellow Major and PAO), meeting with the ANA Central Corps PAO in his office discussing how media relations for the crash recovery are going.

Nice photo of our flag flying over one of our camps, with a mountain back drop.

This is a 'heavy weapons contonment area', a secure area were large weapons previously held by various militias are turned in, stored and disposed of. It's part of the Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintigration program and the Afghan New Beginnings Program.

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