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School Supplies

U.S. Army
Charikar, Afghanistan
November 30, 2002

On Nov. 30, 2002, Lt. Col. Wendy Leland of the 4-50th Civil Affairs Battalion distributes school supplies to children in the village of Charikar. Leland and other soldiers from the 4-50th Civil Affairs Battalion delivered and passed out the supplies at the school called Qal E Sahara. The school supplies were donated by various organizations from the United States.
On Nov. 30, 2002, Lt. Col. Wendy Leland of the 4-50th Civil Affairs Battalion distributes school supplies to children in the village of Charikar. Leland and other soldiers from the 4-50th Civil Affairs Battalion delivered and passed out the supplies at the school called Qal E Sahara. The school supplies were donated by various organizations from the United States.

(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jerry T. Combes)


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