March 18, 2010

Patrol: Village of Wosulwali Kolangar


A Ford Ranger mounted with Afghan national police officers, along with dismounted U.S. Army soldiers from the 118th Military Police company patrol into the village of Wosulwali Kolangar, Pole-Elam District, Logar province, Afghanistan, March 17. The purpose of this patrol is to show presence in the village, keep security, and find out any major issues or concerns in the village. Photo by Sgt. Russell Gilchrest



U.S. Army soldiers from the 118th Military Police Company conduct a dismounted patrol in the village of Wosulwali Kolangar, Pole-Elam District, Logar province, Afghanistan, March 17. This MP company routinely patrols this area in order to maintain security and maintain good relations with the locals. Photo by Sgt. Russell Gilchrest



U.S. Army soldiers from the 118th Military Police Company check up on the day to day operations of the Pole-Elam District Afghan national police at the Pole-Elam District Center, Logar province, Afghanistan, March 17. The 118th MP Company are tasked with training the local ANP as well as conducting patrols with the ANP in the surrounding area. Photo by Sgt. Russell Gilchrest



Soldiers from the 118th Military Police company and an interpreter speak with a member of the Afghan national police prior to a dismounted patrol that they are conducting together in the village of Woluswali Kolangar, Pole-Elam District, Logar province, Afghanistan, March 17. The 118th MP Company routinely conduct missions like this one with the local ANP. Photo by Sgt. Russell Gilchrest



A Ford Ranger mounted with Afghan national police officers leads a patrol of dismounted U.S. Soldiers from the 18th Military Police company into the village of Woluswali Kolangar, Pole-Elam District, Logar province, Afghanistan, March 17. The purpose of this patrol is to show presence in the village, keep security, and find out any major issues or concerns in the village. Photo by Sgt. Russell Gilchrest

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