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Description A young boy recived medical care at Paktiya Regional Medical Hospital after being injured in an attack on Forward Operating Base Thunder one of three bases insurgents attacked in eastern Afghanistan. One Afghan security contractor and five insurgents lost their lives and when a squad-sized element of insurgents attacked three bases near Gardez, Paktya province, Sept. 24. At least two others were injured. The attack began when insurgents opened fire on the Forward Operating Base Goode (Gardez) entry control point with AK-47 rifles at 12:02 p.m. One insurgent was killed and a truck belonging to a respected village elder was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade and set aflame in this initial attack. (U.S. Army SSG Troy P. Johnson 304th PAD)
Date 24 September 2010, 15:27
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Author Troy P. Johnson (U.S. armed forces)
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