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English: Ahmad Zia Massoud, Afghanistan's First Vice President and brother of famed Panjshir Martyr and Afghan national hero Ahmad Shah Massoud, shaking hands with U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Russell T. Kaskel, Panjshir Provincial Reconstruction Team Commander, at a groundbreaking ceremony for the new 6 million dollar Barak to Khenj road in Barak, Bazarak District, Panjshir Province of Afghanistan.
Date 28 May 2008
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Author U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Demetrius Lester


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