Afghan Army First Officer Batch Graduation

Afghan Sandhurst graduation The first group of over 240 students to attend the Afghan National Army Officer Academy have just graduated. The men have spent the past year learning various skills including leadership and tactics. The academy is sometimes referred to as ‘Sandhurst in the Sand’ as it’s modelled on the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, in the UK.Twenty-four-year-old Mohammad Nasir is among the graduates from the province of Kapisa, which like some parts of the country, still suffers from insecurity.“The reason I joined was to kill the Taliban in those areas where they are active and spread peace across Afghanistan,” he said.The students are graduating after a year of training here at the academy. From here they’ll be deployed across the coun...
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