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It would appear that two of our strikes yesterday may have resulted in the deaths of a number of [rebel] forces who were operating main battle tanks," said Rear Admiral Russ Harding, NATO's deputy commander of operations, in a press conference in Naples, Italy.
Deputy Commander of Operations, Chief Inspector Pantelis Polyviou is the second senior officer to have his suspension lifted as a result of an appeal to the Supreme Court, following the successful appeal of Charalambos Ioannou, the former head of the Drugs Law Enforcement Unit (DLEU).
They're going to be positioned south and west of Kabul in the Wardak and Logar provinces," said Brigadier General Mark Milley, deputy commander of operations in Afghanistan's east.
According to Simeon Papadopoulos, deputy commander of operations and training at MMAD, the unit's mission is three-fold: to contain organised acts of crime; assist in dealing with natural disasters; and "do anything else that the chief of police asks".