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Download full resolution image Army Guard Soldiers plays with local Afghan children in Dadar village.

Mentoring Afghan Police, Meeting Afghan Villagers

New York Army National Guard Sgt. Justin Koers, a member of the six man Police Mentoring Team, plays with the local Afghan children in Dandar village, located in the Kohe Safi district, May 8. The PMT goes around the Parwan province helping the local Afghan National Police train as part of Combined Joint Task Force Phoenix. Koers is from the Guard's Company A, 2nd Battalion, 108th Infantry from Geneseo, N.Y. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jessica Dahlberg (RELEASED).

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