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As recently as Friday morning, Afghan workers at the Defense Ministry were arranging transport for dignitaries and journalists to attend Saturday's ceremony at the detention center adjoining the Bagram Air Field, a US base about an hour outside of the capital.
Some 700-1,000 Sterling Global Operations (SGO) employees will carry out the project, called Afghan-Wide Mine and Battle Area Clearance, which will safely and efficiently remove a landmine and battle area unexploded ordnance (UXO) threat at Bagram Air Field (BAF); U.
Two maintenance workers were slightly injured by shrapnel from the two rockets that were fired into Bagram Air Field outside Kabul on Monday night, coalition spokesman Jamie Graybeal said.
Every time someone emails a policy letter, instant messages their family or takes time out to watch a movie on their desktop, the Airmen of the 455th Expeditionary Communication Squadron network control center at Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan, are comforted by the indicators of yet another successful work day.
was surprised to learn he had been chosen to represent the Kings Bay area Sailors at Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan, in June 2009.
BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan: Defense Secretary Robert Gates visited Afghanistan on Tuesday to assess progress in the nine-year conflict, as the Obama administration measures whether it can meet its goal of beginning to withdraw US forces in July.
Summary: BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan: President Barack Obama slipped unannounced into dangerous Afghanistan Friday, one year after widening an ever deadlier war and just days before a pivotal review about the nine-year-plus conflict.
Taliban fighters attempted storm the air base on May 22, just a few days after they attacked Bagram Air Field, the main US base in the country.