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Soldiers with the 215th Corps Logistics Battalion, Afghan National Army participate in a basic radio operator course led by ANA Sgt. Khair Mohammad, a basic radio operator instructor, June 7, 2011, at Camp Shorabak, Afghanistan. This portion of the curriculum was the final test of a week-long radio operator instructor course taught by Marines with the Embedded Partnering Team, 2nd Maintenance Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward). Khair is one out of six soldiers to graduate from the course and is now capable of teaching his fellow ANA soldiers basic radio operations. - Soldiers with the 215th Corps Logistics Battalion, Afghan National Army participate in a basic radio operator course led by ANA Sgt. Khair Mohammad, a basic radio operator instructor, June 7, 2011, at Camp Shorabak, Afghanistan. This portion of the curriculum was the final test of a week-long radio operator instructor course taught by Marines with the Embedded Partnering Team, 2nd Maintenance Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward). Khair is one out of six soldiers to graduate from the course and is now capable of teaching his fellow ANA soldiers basic radio operations.

Soldiers with the 215th Corps Logistics Battalion, Afghan National Army participate in a basic radio operator course led by ANA Sgt. Khair Mohammad, a basic radio operator instructor, June 7, 2011, at Camp Shorabak, Afghanistan. This portion of the curriculum was the final test of a week-long radio operator instructor course taught by Marines with the Embedded Partnering Team, 2nd Maintenance Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward). Khair is one out of six soldiers to graduate from the course and is now capable of teaching his fellow ANA soldiers basic radio operations. - Soldiers with the 215th Corps Logistics Battalion, Afghan National Army participate in a basic radio operator course led by ANA Sgt. Khair Mohammad, a basic radio operator instructor, June 7, 2011, at Camp Shorabak, Afghanistan. This portion of the curriculum was the final test of a week-long radio operator instructor course taught by Marines with the Embedded Partnering Team, 2nd Maintenance Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward). Khair is one out of six soldiers to graduate from the course and is now capable of teaching his fellow ANA soldiers basic radio operations.

Lance Cpl. Thomas C. Martin (left), from Rutherford, N.C., a metal worker, and Cpl. Quinntin T. Smith (right), the tire shop non commissioned officer in charge with Combat Logistics Battalion 8, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), install an air seal inside a new Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle tire June 6, 2011, aboard Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan. Since arriving in Afghanistan in January, the Marines at the tire shop rebuilt 512 tires for all types of motor transportation and heavy equipment, providing units within Regional Command Southwest, including the embedded partnering teams across the area of operation and even the fire department aboard Camp Leatherneck, with brand new tires for their vehicles. - Lance Cpl. Thomas C. Martin (left), from Rutherford, N.C., a metal worker, and Cpl. Quinntin T. Smith (right), the tire shop non commissioned officer in charge with Combat Logistics Battalion 8, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), install an air seal inside a new Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle tire June 6, 2011, aboard Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan. Since arriving in Afghanistan in January, the Marines at the tire shop rebuilt 512 tires for all types of motor transportation and heavy equipment, providing units within Regional Command Southwest, including the embedded partnering teams across the area of operation and even the fire department aboard Camp Leatherneck, with brand new tires for their vehicles.

Afghan National Army soldiers from the 4th Kandak provide security during a recent convoy from Camp Shorabak, Afghanistan, to the Marjah district of Helmand province. The Embedded Partnering Teams from Combat Logistics Battalion 7 and 2nd Maintenance Battalion (Forward), both with 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), and the Embedded Training Team from Regimental Combat Team 1, Task Force Leatherneck escorted the 4th Kandak to their new home in Marjah where they will support 1st Brigade, 215th Corps, ANA with an engineer company, a reconnaissance company and an artillery company. - Afghan National Army soldiers from the 4th Kandak provide security during a recent convoy from Camp Shorabak, Afghanistan, to the Marjah district of Helmand province. The Embedded Partnering Teams from Combat Logistics Battalion 7 and 2nd Maintenance Battalion (Forward), both with 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), and the Embedded Training Team from Regimental Combat Team 1, Task Force Leatherneck escorted the 4th Kandak to their new home in Marjah where they will support 1st Brigade, 215th Corps, ANA with an engineer company, a reconnaissance company and an artillery company.

Two Afghan children pose for a picture as a joint-service combat logistics patrol rolls through their village, May 10, 2011. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 8, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), the Route Clearance Platoon from Joint-Task Force Paladin, and soldiers with the 541st Transportation Company, 129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion partnered to deliver mission-essential supplies to coalition forces operating near Forward Operating Base Shukvani, Afghanistan. It is common for Afghan children to approach the convoy, and if possible interact with the troops. - Two Afghan children pose for a picture as a joint-service combat logistics patrol rolls through their village, May 10, 2011. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 8, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), the Route Clearance Platoon from Joint-Task Force Paladin, and soldiers with the 541st Transportation Company, 129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion partnered to deliver mission-essential supplies to coalition forces operating near Forward Operating Base Shukvani, Afghanistan. It is common for Afghan children to approach the convoy, and if possible interact with the troops.

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