U.S. Army Lt. William B. Caldwell, who is in charge of training Afghan's security forces for NATO, congratulates an Afghan officer as part of a ceremony for the first class of Afghan National Civil Order Police officers.
U.S. Army Lt. William B. Caldwell, who is in charge of training Afghan's security forces for NATO, congratulates an Afghan officer as part of a ceremony for the first class of Afghan National Civil Order Police officers. Dion Nissenbaum/MCT
U.S. Army Lt. William B. Caldwell, who is in charge of training Afghan's security forces for NATO, congratulates an Afghan officer as part of a ceremony for the first class of Afghan National Civil Order Police officers. Dion Nissenbaum/MCT

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