Cover Your Ears

Afghan National Army soldiers with the D-30 Artillery Battery, 4th Kandak fire high-explosive rounds during the culminating event of a 16-week partnership training program with U.S. Soldiers assigned to the 1st Battalion, 21st Field Artillery Regiment and the 1st Battalion, 37th Field Artillery Regiment at Forward Operating Base Wolverine, Afghanistan, July 4, 2012. (DoD photo by 1st Lt. Christine Rosalin, U.S. Army /Released)

Afghan National Army soldiers with the D-30 Artillery Battery, 4th Kandak fire high-explosive rounds during the culminating event of a 16-week partnership training program with U.S. Soldiers assigned to the 1st Battalion, 21st Field Artillery Regiment and the 1st Battalion, 37th Field Artillery Regiment at Forward Operating Base Wolverine, Afghanistan, July 4, 2012. (DoD photo by 1st Lt. Christine Rosalin, U.S. Army /Released)

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  1. MO didn’t post the whole article- here’s the rest:

    “After committing 16 weeks trying to train a single Afghan artillery battery, NATO forces were dismayed to learn that the Afghan soldiers in question sold their guns, ammo, and personal equipment within hours of completing the program.”

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