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Matt Toton is a structural engineer working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Afghanistan Engineer District-North. He checks an Afghanistan National Police facility in Kabul, Afghanistan, for quality assurance. Hank Heusinkveld reports. http://www.usace.army.mil
Combat Engineers perform a wide variety of construction and demolition tasks under combat conditions. Marine Corporal Tia Nagle introduces us to an Army Reserve unit of Combat Engineers who are keeping the roads clear in Afghanistan. Soundbites include SPC. Giovanni Sims - 689th Route Clearance and SGT. Jesse Brooks - 689th Route Clearance. Produced by Cpl. Tia Nagle.
KABUL, Afghanistan -- Col. Alfred A. Pantano Jr. took command of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in northern Afghanistan in a ceremony steeped with military tradition at the unit's headquarters at the Qalaa House compound July 8. Pantano, of Jacksonville, Fla., became the 11th commander of Afghanistan Engineer District-North, which was established in 2004. He succeeded Col. Christopher W. Martin, of Argyle, Texas, who had served as commander since July 10, 2011, a period the positioned the district to finish the reconstruction effort in Afghanistan as U.S. and coalition combat forces prepare to withdraw from the country.
A compilation of mission related footage and controlled detonations of roadside bombs found in Afghanistan through route clearance operations. Featuring 1st Platoon. No soldiers were injured in any of the films. I have permission to use the song "Invaders Must Die" by "The Prodigy" through mechanical licensing.
Overview of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers efforts to rebuild the infrastructure of Afghanistan, provide quality buildings for the Afghan National Security Forces, and exportation of western construction management to increase the Afghan labor force. Produced, shot, edited, and written by Hank Heusinkveld, Afghan Engineer District-North, Kabul, in October of 2010.
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6/24/2012 US Army combat engineers help rebuild a road in Paktika Province, Afghanistan: Sharana Road. Produced by Gail McCabe. Includes soundbites from Maj. Adam Chalmers, 9th Engineer Battalion, 172 IBCT, Capt. Anwar, 2nd Brigade, Afghan National Army, and Capt. David Farrar, A Co., 9th Engineer Battalion, 172 IBCT.
Engineering has done wonders to the modern world. In Afghanistan engineers at the military airport in Kabul city developed their own equipment to service military helicopters, despite facing shortage of modern equipment. ------------------------------------------------------------ South Asia Newsline (SAN) is a weekday newscast which provides exclusive coverage of South Asia to the Global audiences. Enjoy and stay connected with us!! ☛ Follow us: https://twitter.com/SAsiaNewsline ☛ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/SAsiaNewsline ☛ Visit our Official website: http://www.southasianewsline.com/
LTC Michael J. Rounds is a native of Andover, Minnesota. He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers from the US Military Academy in 1988. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering (Aerospace) from West Point and a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Minnesota. His military education includes completion of the Engineer Officer Basic Course, the M1A1 Tank Commanders Certification Course, the Armor Officer Advanced Course, the Joint Officer Planning Course, the Army Command and General Staff College, Ranger school, Airborne school, and Air Assault school. LTC Rounds has served in a variety of engineer command and staff positions during his 22 year career in the Army. He has served with the 1st Infantry Division...
In whats being seen as a big step forward for the Afghan National Army, a joint engineering project is underway with British troops in Nar-e Sarajh. Until now, ANA engineers have always worked under the direct guidance of the Operational Mentoring and Liaison teams - the OMLT - now though both British and Afghan engineers are working together as equals.
(More videos: http://youtube.com/user/MilitaryNotes ) Marines with Engineer Support Company, 3rd Combat Engineer Battalion working in direct support of 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, to clear improvised explosive devices with mine-clearing line charges near Route 611 in Kajaki, which was laced with IEDs. Afghan residents had been forced to leave their homes due to the dangers imposed by heavy IED emplacement throughout the town and insurgent activity in the area. Marines with 1/6 are clearing insurgents from Sangin to Kajaki along Route 611 to make it safe for Afghan residents, local government officials, and coalition forces. The footage shows Marines preparing their vehicles by loading mine-clearing line charges and detonating charges to eliminate IEDs. Produced by Cpl. Bryan Nyga...
International Security Assistance Force HQ Public Affairs RSS Courtesy Video Date Taken: 04.17.2009 Posted: 04.17.2009 05:04 B-roll of Afghanistan Engineer District (AED) members locating and documenting weapons caches. Scenes include a safety officer touring the facility where the bombs were found, various shots of all the shells and others working around the cache area to detect more weapons or ordinance.
Over the next year, 40,000 American troops and hundreds of tons of equipment will leave Afghanistan. Charlie D'Agata reports on how a platoon from Fort Hood, Texas, is working to clear roads filled with explosives.