Afghan National Army soldiers warm their hands by the fire as winter sets in. At many Afghan bases of operation there is only enough fuel to power communications equipment and not enough for heat or lights.
Afghan National Army soldiers warm their hands by the fire as winter sets in. At many Afghan bases of operation there is only enough fuel to power communications equipment and not enough for heat or lights. Los Angeles Times/MCT
Afghan National Army soldiers warm their hands by the fire as winter sets in. At many Afghan bases of operation there is only enough fuel to power communications equipment and not enough for heat or lights. Los Angeles Times/MCT

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