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    July The first national Peace Jirga of Youth of Afghanistan as a national movement of the youth was organized by the civil society foundations in Kabul under the Loya Jirgah Tent The gathering has been attended by 1700 active representatives of the youth and around one hundred local guests The main objective of this gathering is said to be attraction of the active youth under a single umbrella to enable them discuss important national issues of the country especially the reconciliation and coordination of their views and proposals regarding the difficulties they are faced with in the society The member of the jirga secretariat Aziz ul Rahman Tayeb said the jirga had been hijacked from the start its management and resolution engineered and the jirga politically influenced by Omar Daudzai the former presidential chief of staff and currently Afghan ambassador to Pakistan He said the secretariat had accepted financial assistance from Daudzai with the condition that he should not interfere in the decision making of the secretariat and jirga but some of his people had infiltrated the secretariat and jirga intending to use the gathering to support his bid for the next presidential elections Amirzada who as well as being the head of the jirga is also a member of the National Coordination Center of the Youth of Afghanistan rejected the accusations and said the jirga had been independent financially and politically because it was funded by young Afghan businesspeople for example from Afghan United Bank and Safi Landmark Hotel and Suites He said it did not belong to or support any political leaning In the list of donors Daudzai s name did not appear He said the donors paid 26 300 to finance the jirga and that the secretariat had not yet fully paid its debts to cover the

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    A statement from his newly established office in Kabul said Daudzai was likely to run for the top constitutional office in the April 5 2014 election His office coordinator Mohammad Sangar Amirzada said they had not yet launched a formal campaign But they are consulting supporters 20130818 Fahim Majruhi is the head of the the National Youth Peace Jirga culture committee of the jirga s secretariat and an Amirzada ally

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    prison 20100200 Col Amir Mohammad Amwajpur Amwajpoor 2011 3 Biodata Col Amin Mohammad Amwajpur Amwajpoor is the Chief of Badam Bagh Central Prison for Women Offenders 20110413 Background Up to 166 inmates are being held 20110413 at the Badam Bagh facility Almond Garden for committing different crimes including murders runaway from homes drug smuggling kidnapping and other crimes The prison opened in 2008 The inmates are also provided different vocational

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    for the past five years 2009 2014 Oct 13 2013 ANA took lead over Camp Shobarak They serve as a quick reaction force as well as perform night operations targeting insurgents and high level criminals However no Afghan helicopters are dedicated exclusively to this battalion so the commandos must often get rides from US Special Operations helicopters or travel by road risking IEDs and ambush By road they lose the

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    Camp Zafar Herat Major General Maj Gen Shahzada AOR Herat Farah Bagdhis provinces 207th 4th Commando Battalion CM1 Shindand Operational May 8 2008 207th Route Clearing Company 1st Brigade RDL2 Herat 1st Infantry Battalion CM1 2nd Infantry Battalion CM3 3rd Infantry Battalion CM3 Badghis Colonel Niamatullah 4th Combat Support CM2 Ghurian 5th Combat Service Support CM3 Farah Garrison Support Unit CM2 2nd Brigade RDL3 Farah 1st Infantry Battalion CM1 Camp Zafar Lt Col Raheem Khan 2nd Infantry Battalion CM3 Lt Col Sakhra 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM3 6th Infantry battalion UF Garrison Support Unit CM4 3rd Brigade Planned operational by end 2010 but no evidence it exists yet Cancelled Delayed reflagged to 2nd Bde 215th Corps 209th Corps Shakeen Falcon RDL2 Mazar e Sharif Gen Zalmai Zalmay Wesa 209th 5th Commando Battalion CM1 Mazar e Sharif Operational October 2008 209th Route Clearing Company 1st Brigade RDL6 Mazer e Sharf 1st Infantry Battalion CM1 2nd Infantry Battalion CM1 Mazar e Sharif 3rd Infantry Battalion CM3 4th Combat Support Battalion CM2 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM1 Mazar e Sharif 6th Infantry Battalion Operational by end 2010 Garrison Support Unit CM2 2nd Brigade RDL3 Kunduz Colonel Naqibullah Yawash 1st Infantry Battalion CM3 Feyzabad 2nd Infantry Battalion CM1 3rd Infantry Battalion CM3 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM3 6th Infantry Battalion Operational by end2010 Garrison Support Unit 3rd Brigade RDL3 Mazir i Sharif 1st Infantry Battalion Mazer e Sharf Operational soon after Sep2010 2nd Infantry Battalion Mazer e Sharf Operational by end2010 3rd Infantry Battalion Operational by end2010 5th Combat Service Support Battalion Consolidated field training Jun2010 215th Corps Maiwand RDL 3 Camp Shorabak Lashkar Gah Helmand AOR Helmand half of Farah most of southwestern Nimroz province General Sayed Mallok Operational Apr2010 10 000 troops Jul2010 To be 12 000 troops 215th 7th Commando Battalion Operational January 21 2010 215th Route Clearing Company 1st Brigade RDL4 Camp Garmsir Brig Gen Shujaee AOR South Helmand 1st Infantry Battalion Nawa 2nd Infantry Battalion Garmsir 3rd Infantry Battalion Marjah Col Mohammad Nowroz 5th Combat Service Support Battalion Garmsir Garrison Support Unit Col Mustafa 2nd Brigade RDL4 FOB Deleram II Nimroz Brigadier General Abdul Wasea 1st Infantry Battalion Durzey South Helmand 2nd Infantry Battalion FOB Sher Wali Marjah Lt Col Haji Mohammad 3rd Infantry Battalion Musa Qala 5th Combat Service Support Battalion FOB Deleram II Nimruz 3rd Brigade RDL2 Camp Sharabak Lashkr Gah Brig Gen Sherin Shah AOR Central Helmand Reflagged from 3 205th Corps early2010 1st Infantry Battalion CM1 Nad Ali 2nd Infantry Battalion CM1 Camp Shorabak Lashkr Gah 3rd Infantry Battalion CM1 Gereshk 4th Combat Support Battalion CM3 Camp Shorabak Fully trained 102man Artillery bat Eng co Recce co 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM3 6th Infantry Battalion CM2 Gereshk Garrison Support Unit CM1 ANA Support Command 6x Forward Supply Depots Corps level supply One per corps region Central Movement Agency CMA Brigade responsible for transporting supplies throughout Afghanistan Central Maintenance Workshop Equipment maintenance ANA Recruiting Command ANAREC ANA Detention Facility ANDF ANA Training Command ANATC Kabul Military Training Center KMTC opened 2002 Basic training Infantry basic training Engineering Communications Medical Intelligence First Sergeants course Sergeant Major course 5x 6x by Nov2011 Regional Military Training Centers RMTC Basic training National Military Academy of Afghanistan Officer NCO training NCO Academy Command and Staff College Junior Officer Staff Course Command and General Staff Course Higher Command and Staff Course Strategic Command and Staff Course Afghan National Defence University Sep2011 Branch Schools Specialist training Armor Feb2011 Artillery Human Resources Signal Feb2011 Infantry Engineer Jan2011 Legal Military Police Logistics Religious Cultural Intelligence Finance Collective training center Consolidated field training Commando school opened Spring 2007 Commando training Definition of Capability Milestones CM Units rated July2009 CM system is now obsolete and being replaced by RDL system See below UF Unit not fielded yet Planned for 2009 or early 2010 CM 4 Training Level Unit formed Significant OMLT and ETT support Not capable of conducting operational missions Manning and equipping are below 50 percent CM 3 Initial Operational Capability Somehow capable of conduction operations at company level OMLT and ETT support and guidance Capable individual specialist skills Manning and equipping are between 50 and 70 percent CM 2 Partial Operational Capability Battalion is capable of planning and executing operations OMLT and ETT support and guidance Capable of sustaining operations Manning and equipping are between 70 and 85 percent CM 1 Full Operational Capability Battalion is fully capable of planning executing and sustaining operations No OMLT and ETT operational support Some external support may be required Manning and equipping are above 85 percent Definition of Rating Definition Level RDL Untis rated Sep2010 RDL6 Not assessed RDL5 Ineffective RDL4 Dependent on CF for success RDL3 Effective with assistance RDL2 Effective with advisor RLD1 Independent Organization status Units 164 fielded Sep2010 6 corps HQs 1 division HQ 22 brigades HQs 21 infantry 1 commando 1 tank battalion used as infantry due to lack of heavy equipment maintenance 1 mech infantry battalion used as infantry due to lack of equipment maintenance 126 infantry combat support combat service support battalions garrison support units 8 commando battalions 152 000 Jan2011 Infantry battalions manned to 100 3500 troops completed medic training May09 Organization goal by October 2010 Units 179 units total 6 corps HQ and corps troops 1 division HQ and division troops 18 light infantry brigade HQ 1 mechanized brigade HQ 1 commando brigade HQ 1 Headquarters security support brigade HQ 81 Infantry battalions Combat support battalions Combat service support battalions 1 tank battalion 1 HQ Company 1 Weapons Company 1 Tank Company 1 mechanized infantry battalion 1 HQs Company 1 Weapons Company 3 Mechanized Companies 9 commando battalions 1 battalion per corps 3 for commando brigade Garrison Support Units Corps level Combat Support Units including artillery battalions engineering battalions medical evacuation MP intelligence Troops 134 000 total 122 000 active and 12 000 TTHS trainee transient hospitalized student Infantry battalions manned to 117 Organization goal by October 2011 Units 208 total units 34 Command units 96 Maneuver battalions 22 Combat support battalions 56 Combat service support battalions Troops 171 000 total Organization goal by October 2012 Troops 194 000 to 207 000 depending on recruiting and retention performance ANA Corps Organization of a notional ANA corps 1x Commando battalion 600 troops 1x Transport helicopter detachment 3 4 Mi 17 1x Corps Logistics Battalion CLB Logistics distribution Equipment maintenance Medical support 1x Corps Support Battalion Military Police Company HQ Engineering unit Route Clearing Company Artillery unit Medical and evacuation unit Intelligence unit 3 4x Infantry brigades 2800 troops 1x Garrison Support Unit 3 4x Infantry Battalions 650 troops HHC company 3 4x Infantry Companies assault rifles light and heavy machine guns RPGs Humvee 1x Heavy Weapons Company 81mm mortars SPG 9 Recoilless rifle 1x Combat Support Battalion 500 troops 1x Reconnaissance company armored vehicles 1x Artillery battery 8x D30 122mm howitzers 1x Engineering company force protection demolition mine clearance counter mobility 1x Combat Service Support Battalion 350 troops logistics and supply 1x Military Police platoon Training KMTC 30 000 troops train per year 8000 at any one time 84 000 since 2002 Apr09 Another 8 000 total trained in Basic Training Nov08 at satellite locations in Mazar eSharif 209th Corps closed Heart 207th Corps Gardez 203rd Corps Kandahar 205th Corps Darulaman S Kabul 201st Corps Satellite capacity 8000 at any one time Total training capacity increased to 18 000 at any one time due to reduced training for accelerate growth Basic Soldier Training is 10 weeks being reduced to 8 weeks to accelerate growth Dec2009 Basic Combat Training is 5 weeks Elementary soldier and infantry skills such as weapons handling shooting guard duty land navigation first aid mines and prisoner processing Advanced Individual training is 3 weeks Squad tactical movement weapons training patrol squad assault ambush and check point operations Field Training Exercise is 2 weeks Squad Attack Squad Attack Live firing Platoon Attack Day and Night Ambush Advanced Combat Training is 6 8 weeks for about 30 of soldiers Specialist training at Branch Schools 8000 year capacity at KMTC Romanians provide trainers and mentors Unit tactical training is 9 weeks being reduced to 5 weeks to accelerate growth Jan 2010 Canadians provide trainers and mentors Consolidated Fielding Center training is 8 weeks increased to 9 weeks Jun2010 The CFC organizes individuals into a unit and establishes a chain of command organize units equip them and transport them to their assigned commands from the training center so that they arrive as intact teams The first unit fielded thought CFC was 2 3 203rd Corps on Sept21 2008 NCO training After Basic Soldier Training further NCO courses are offered to promising students British forces provide trainers and mentors It is difficult to get NCOs to Kabul training facility Therefore Afghan led mobile training teams go to corps for team and squad leader training two weeks Officer training Officer cadet training is six months modeled on British Sandhurst College Being reduced to 20 weeks to accellerate growth Dec2009 Selected officer candidates to National Military Academy of Afghanistan four year school modeled after West Point 84 graduated 2009 300 in 2010 Command and Staff college providing 4 levels of classes Lieutenant and Captain Major and Lt Colonel Colonel One and two star General Specialist training Combined Arms Training School planned Infantry support weapons armour and artillery training For junior officers non commissioned officers British lead Logistics School Engineering School Intelligence Training Center ITC French German support Mentoring in the field Once units have competed basic training mentoring by coalition forces is provided at their respective Corps Area of Operations Operational Mentor Liaison Teams OMLTs are equivalent to the US Embedded Training Team ETTs The ETTs and OMLTs mentor the ANA in leadership staff and support functions planning assessing supporting and execution of operations and training doctrine tactics techniques and procedures In addition to training and mentoring the ANA the ETTs and OMLTs provide the ANA access to combat enablers such as close air support fires medical evacuation and quick reaction forces The following coalition partners provide OMLTs France Germany Romania Great Britain the Netherlands Canada Croatia Italy Sweden Norway Slovenia and Poland As of December 2008 there were a total of 42 validated OMLTs out of a NATO commitment to provide 103 US forces represented by the Army Navy Air Force and Marines mentor the ANA from MoD to company level There are 1138 embedded US advisers out of 2225 needed Dec08 Commando training 12 weeks training after Basic Training US SOF lead Afghan trainers Special Operation Forces training 1 week selection course the 26 weeks training with US SOF Equipment Transportation Goal Current Total rolling stock 21 900 Nov2010 Pickup trucks Ford F 350 SORV 23 000 Trucks 5200 2781 Medium tactical trucks Navistar 5ton 4 000 Heavy trucks 1 200 Communications and control C2 46 000 pieces of communications equipment fielded Aug2010 100 of requirement Commercial wireless microwave links National Military Command Center to Corps HQs PRC 1077 or HH 7799 VHF long range PRC 1099 or RT 7000 HF Radio long range Motorola 960 handheld local district patrol Armored vehicles Goal Current T62 tank salvaged 30 BMP1 infantry fighting vehicles salvaged 30 BDRM scout vehicles salvaged M113 APC 45 M577 command vehicles 16 M1117 ASV 23 Dec2011 Up armored HUMVEEs M1151 M1152 6500 4100 Indirect fire Goal Current D 30 122mm towed howitzers 283 for 134 000 goal 146 Sep2010 or 184 end2011 81mm mortars 950 Sep2010 Small Medium arms Goal Current M4 M16A2 rifles 104 000 32 768 Jun09 M203 grenade launchers 2 250 1 760 M249 squad automatic weapon 2 600 2 199 M240B machine guns 1 700 1 138 M24 sniper rifles 1 544 M2 50cal machine guns 576 244 Sep2010 RPG 7 SPG 9 Recoilless rifle Afghan National Army ANA Afghan Army National HQ Kabul Afghan National Army Logistics Command Headquarters Central Movement Agency CMA Brigade responsible for transporting supplies throughout Afghan National Military Command Center NMCC C2 Communications Support Element CSE BGen Qasim Self sufficient by Summer2010 Tactical signals battalion detachments to Corps HQs Afghan National Army Training Command Kabul Military Training Center KMTC opened 2002 Basic training Infantry basic training Engineering Communications Medical Intelligence First Sergeants course Sergeant Major course National Military Academy Officer NCO training National Military Academy of Afghanistan NCO Academy Command and Staff College Junior Officer Staff Course Command and General Staff Course Higher Command and Staff Course Strategic Command and Staff Course Branch Schools Specialist training Combat Arms Infantry Armor and Artillery Combat Support Engineer EOD and Signal Combat Service Support Logistics Finance Administration Legal Religious and Cultural Affairs Aviation Military Intelligence Collective training center Consolidated field training Commando school opened Spring 2007 US SOF lead Afghan trainers Afghan National Army Detention Facility ANDF Operational Units 1st Commando Brigade CM3 Kabul Commando battalion CM3 Commando battalion UF January2010 Garrison Support Unit CM3 111th Capitol Division CM3 Kabul AOR Kabul and surrounding districts Activated l May 27 2009 1st Brigade UF 1st Infantry Battalion CM1 4th Combat Support Battalion CM4 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM4 Garrison Support Unit CM3 2nd Brigade UF 1st Infantry Battalion CM2 Headquarters Security Support Brigade CM1 Kabul A Infantry Battalion CM1 B Infantry Battalion CM1 Counter Narcotics Battalion CM3 201st Corps Shelab Flood CM3 Kabul Major General Rahim Wardak Fully staffed Corps Combat Support Battalion UF 201st Commando Battalion CM1 1st Brigade CM1 Pulialam Logar Major General Qadam Shah AOR Central Zone Logar Maydan Wardek Kapisa Bamyan Parwan Panjusher provinces 1st Infantry Battalion CM4 Kapisa 2nd Infantry Battalion CM1 3rd Infantry Battalion CM1 Kapisa 4th Combat Support Battalion CM1 Wardak D30 howitzers 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM1 6th Infantry Battalion UF Garrison Support Unit CM1 2nd Brigade CM3 Pol e Charki Kabul AOR Eastern Zone Nangahar Nuristan Kunar Laghman provinces 1st Infantry Battalion CM1 2nd Infantry Battalion CM3 3rd Infantry Battalion CM1 4th Combat Support Battalion CM2 Laghman Col Mohammed Jan 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM3 Nangahar Lieutenant Colonel Abdul Qauoom Gurbaz 6th Infantry Battalion CM3 Garrison Support Unit CM1 3rd Quick Reaction Force Brigade CM1 Jalalabad Nangahar Brigadier General Zamarai National Quick Reaction Force 1st Infantry Battalion CM3 2nd Mechanized Infantry Battalion APC IFC M113 BMP1 CM1 Nanghalem Village Kunar 3rd Armored Battalion Tanks T 62 CM1 Jalalabad Lieutenant Colonel Mohammad Naseem 4th Combat Support Battalion CM2 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM1 Pol e Charki Lieutenant Colonel Shamsuddine Garrison Support Unit CM1 Brigade base built in Kunar Brigade base built in Jalalabad Another base being built in Jalalabad to be complete by Oct 13 2009 Operational Coordination Center Provincial OCCP in Mayden Shar Wardak Open 6 14 09 203rd Corps Tandar Thunder CM1 Gardez Major General Abdul Khaliq AOR Paktya Khost Paktika Ghazni provinces Corps Combat Support Battalion UF 203nd Commando Battalion CM1 Col Ggulam Nabi Operational Jan 18 2008 Military Police Company In training as of Sept 2008 1st Brigade CM1 Camp Clark Khost Brigadier General Mohammad Israr Aqdas 1st Infantry Battalion CM1 Khost 2nd Infantry Battalion CM1 Khost 3rd Infantry Battalion CM1 Gardez 4th Combat Support Battalion CM1 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM1 Paktika 6th Infantry Battalion UF Garrison Support Unit CM1 2nd Brigade CM1 Forward Operating Base Rushmore Sharan Paktika 1st Infantry Battalion CM1 2nd Infantry Battalion CM1 Khost Gardez 3rd Infantry Battalion CM1 Paktya Operational July 2008 4th Combat Support Battalion CM3 Khost Gardez 2x D30 Howitzers Operational Oct 2005 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM1 Garision Support Unit CM1 3rd Brigade CM2 Ghazni Operational December 2007 1st Infantry Battalion CM2 Ghazni 2nd Infantry Battalion CM1 Operational Sept 21 2008 3rd Infantry Battalion CM3 Paktya Operational July 2008 4th Combat Support Battalion CM3 Khost Gardez 2x D30 Howitzers Operational Oct 2005 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM1 6th Infantry Battalion UF Operational Coordination Center Provincial OCCP in Khost Open June2008 205th Corps Atal Hero CM2 Forward Operating Base Lindsey Camp Shirzai Kandahar Airfield Kandahar Major General Zazai 205th 3rd Commando Battalion CM1 Operational by Jan 31 2008 1st Brigade CM1 Camp Shirzai Kandahar Brigadier General Khair Mohammad 1st Infantry Battalion CM2 2nd Infantry Battalion CM1 Lt Col Shereen Shah Kohbandi 3rd Infantry Battalion Night fighters CM2 4th Combat Support Battalion CM2 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM2 6th Infantry Battalion UF Garrison Support Unit CM2 2nd Brigade CM1 Qalat Zabol Brigadier General Abdul Rafik 1st Infantry Battalion CM1 FOB Sweeney Shinkay district southern Zabul 2nd Infantry Battalion CM1 3rd Infantry Battalion CM3 4th Combat Support Battalion CM2 Qalat Zabol artillery platoon 3x D30 122mm howitzers 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM3 6th Infantry Battalion UF Garrison Support Unit CM1 3rd Brigade CM1 Camp Sharabak Helmand Brigadier General Muhayadin Ghori 1st Infantry Battalion CM1 Sangin 2nd Infantry Battalion CM1 Camp Sharabak 3rd Infantry Battalion CM1 Sperwan Gar Panjva i District 4th Combat Support Battalion CM3 Camp Shorabak Fully trained 102man Artillery bat Eng co Recce co 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM3 6th Infantry Battalion CM2 Garmsir Garrison Support Unit CM1 4th Brigade CM3 Camp Holland Uruzgan Brigadier General Abdul Hamid Operational Dec2008 1st Infantry Battalion CM3 2nd Infantry Battalion CM3 3rd Infantry Battalion UF 4th Combat Support Battalion CM4 5th Combat Service Support Battalion CM3 6th Infantry Battalion CM4 207th Corps Zafar Victory CM3 Camp Zafar Herat Major General Jalandar Behnam Shah 207th Commando Battalion CM1 Operational April 2008 1st Brigade CM2 Herat 1st Infantry Battalion CM1 2nd Infantry Battalion CM3 3rd Infantry Battalion CM3 Badghis 4th Combat Support CM2 Ghurian 5th Combat Service Support CM3 Farah Garrison Support Unit CM2 2nd Brigade CM3 Farah 1st Infantry Battalion CM1 Camp Zafar Lieutenant Colonel Raheem Khan 2nd Infantry Battalion CM3 5th Combat Support Battalion CM3 6th Infantry battalion UF Garrison Support Unit CM4 3rd Brigade UF end 2009 209th Corps Shaheen Falcon CM1 Mazar e Sharif Major General Marad Ali 209th Commando Battalion CM1 Operational October 2008 1st Brigade CM1 Mazer e Sharf 1st Infantry Battalion CM1 2nd Infantry Battalion CM1 Mazar e Sharif 3rd Infantry Battalion CM3 4th Combat Support Battalion CM2

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    Ethnic backgr Date of birth Function Grade District Chief District Police Chief History and Biodata District Chief Mohammad Akhbar Akbar 2005 Ajmal Nallan 20081112 Samadyar 20150530 District Police Chief Mullah Haider 2005 Background Anar Dara District Andar Dara District is inhabitated with approximately 70 Tajik and a Pashtun minority Anar Dara is located 75 kilometers to the northwest of Farah city with 39 villages The district shares border with Iran

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    Brigade Zurmat Paktia province Col Gul Mohammad Rasikh 20110320 5th ANCOP Brigade Helmand Brig Gen Ghulan Sahki Ghafory 20111224 20151009 The ANCOP 5th Brigade mostly come from Dari speaking tribes in northern Afghanistan but will work exclusively in Lashkar Gah a predominantly Pashto area Background Afghan National Civil Order Police ANCOP 16 battalions 3431 Dec09 End strength goal is 5365 in 20 national battalion 200 to 300 each by Oct 2010 Oct 2013 goal adds 34 provincial battalions and 6 regional battalions The ANCOP is a new police force that was conceived in mid 2006 after AUP s ineffective response to the May 2006 riots in Kabul The ANCOP mission is to maintain civil order in Afghanistan s seven largest cities to provide a robust and mobile police presence in remote high threat areas and to serve as a rapid reaction force to support other police in an emergency They will have strong leadership better training 16 weeks training by German trainers in Mazar e Sharif and better equipment than the AUP and ANAP The expectation is that the force will be able to respond effectively to urban unrest and rioting ANCOP is fielded as two separate and distinct units

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    Muhammad Qasim Disiwal Mohammad Qasam Desiwal Mohammad Dasiwal Qasem Disiwal 20130404 20130906 20140106 20150331 Andar District Education Director Taza Gul 20110511 The only government official able to function in Andar district education director Taza Gul does so because he has the Taliban s endorsement District Police Chief Andar District Ghazni Province Colonel Muhammad Nabi Patang 20100104 killed in a clash with Taliban 20100523 Cap Ramazan 20120910 20130710 survived a bomb

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