An interpreter traveling with JBLM troops chats with boys in Zabul Province, Afghanistan, during a 2012 combat deployment. While U.S. soldiers treat children with respect, the same can’t always be said for their Afghan security force counterparts.
An interpreter traveling with JBLM troops chats with boys in Zabul Province, Afghanistan, during a 2012 combat deployment. While U.S. soldiers treat children with respect, the same can’t always be said for their Afghan security force counterparts. Peter Haley News Tribune file photo, 2012
An interpreter traveling with JBLM troops chats with boys in Zabul Province, Afghanistan, during a 2012 combat deployment. While U.S. soldiers treat children with respect, the same can’t always be said for their Afghan security force counterparts. Peter Haley News Tribune file photo, 2012

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