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English: Clockwise from top-left: British Royal marine commandos take part in Operation Sond Chara, the clearance of Nad-e Ali District of Helmand province in southern Afghanistan by Afghan national security force and troops deployed with the International Security Assistance Force 42-Commando in late December; two F/A-18 “Hornet” strike fighters assigned to the "Wildcats" of Strike Fighter Squadron One Three One (VFA-131) conduct combat missions over Afghanistan; An Anti-Taliban Forces (ATF) fighter wraps a bandolier of ammunition for his 7.62mm PK Kalashnikov machine gun around his body as ATF personnel help secure a compound in the Helmand Province of Afghanistan; A French soldier from the 27ème bataillon de chasseurs alpins and 'French Task Force Tiger' patrols a valley of Kapisa province; Marines with the Marine Expeditionary Brigade-Afghanistan prepare to board buses shortly after arriving in southern Afghanistan; Taliban fighters hiding in a cave; Spc. Gareth Warner drops a 120mm mortar round into the tube while Spc. Ricky Olivo keeps the gun on target during a fire mission on Combat Outpost Zurok in Paktika province, Afghanistan, July 13. The Soldiers are deployed with the 3rd battalion, 509th Airborne Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division.
Date 3 October 2010
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