Afghan National Army Commandos partnered with Coalition Special Operations Forces conduct clearing operations through Wardak and Nangarhar provinces, Afghanistan, to deny insurgent safe havens in the area and to improve security throughout the provinces. Produced by Staff Sgt. Kaily Brown, Spc. Anderson Savoy. Video by Staff Sgt. Kaily Brown. 10.20.2011
Afghan Commandos, with the Afghan National Army’s 3rd Commando Kandak, and U.S. Navy SEALs, with Special Operations Task Force – South, sit aboard an MH-47 Chinook helicopter en route to a village clearing operation in Shah Wali Kot District, June 25, 2011, Kandahar province, Afghanistan. Missions such as these are conducted in order to hinder Taliban influence and improve overall security throughout the province.
Afghan National Army special forces and coalition special operations forces distribute candy, art and school supplies, and hand-crank radios to the children and families during a presence patrol, Sayed Abad district, Nov. 6. The forces visited three villages in the area to distribute items and ask about the living conditions and needs of the villagers.