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Afghan Recruits Train for Guerrilla Wari
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Sharon Behn
November 13, 2012
Inside this sprawling desert-like compound on the outskirts of Kabul, some 11,000 soldiers, non-commissioned officers and officers are training to join the Afghan army - an army that independent and U.S. government analysts are warning is not yet ready to take over the country's fragile security structure. VOA's Sharon Behn has more.

Afghan Recruits Train for Guerrilla War

Sharon Behn

Published November 13, 2012

Inside this sprawling desert-like compound on the outskirts of Kabul, some 11,000 soldiers, non-commissioned officers and officers are training to join the Afghan army - an army that independent and U.S. government analysts are warning is not yet ready to take over the country's fragile security structure. VOA's Sharon Behn has more.


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