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CENTCOM’s top NCO praises Afghanistan

Originally uploaded by Sydney Weasel.
11 August 2006
By Spc. Carina M. Garcia
345th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment
KABUL, Afghanistan – The U.S. Central Command’s top enlisted leader visited Afghanistan from Aug. 5 to 8 and praised the country for its progress in rebuilding and reconstructing, and developing its armed forces over the past five years.

Just a month away from the fifth anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Curtis L. Brownhill toured bases in Afghanistan and talked to deployed troops while here.

Brownhill is a principal advisor to Gen. John Abizaid, CENTCOM commander, on all matters concerning joint and combined integration, utilization and sustainment for more than 230,000 U.S. and Coalition forces serving in 27 countries. {Click on image for photo details}
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