A young Afghan boy looks on as members of the US Army's 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division out of Fort Drum, NY, patrols the village of Khanjankhel in Afghanistan's Wardak province Wednesday Mach 18, 2009 after receiving intelligence of a possible planned suicide attack. The 3-10 were originally slated to deploy to Iraq but were re-routed to Afghanistan. They are the U.S. forces' first major push into the Wardak and Logar region that saw a heavy anti-coalition resurgency last year marking the worst since the war began in 2001 for deaths among NATO forces. The brigade is the first substantial illustration of the U.S.'s new military focus in Afghanistan.  (image by David Goldman)
A young Afghan boy looks on as members of the US Army's 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division out of Fort Drum, NY, patrols the village of Khanjankhel in Afghanistan's Wardak province Wednesday Mach 18, 2009 after receiving intelligence of a possible planned suicide attack. The 3-10 were originally slated to deploy to Iraq but were re-routed to Afghanistan. They are the U.S. forces' first major push into the Wardak and Logar region that saw a heavy anti-coalition resurgency last year marking the worst since the war began in 2001 for deaths among NATO forces. The brigade is the first substantial illustration of the U.S.'s new military focus in Afghanistan.
┬ęDavid Goldman
lightstalkers.org/david_goldman | View all images in this gallery | Play slideshow | Feed-icon-10x10-dim Subscribe via RSS
www.goldmanphotos.com
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/32573609#32558997
Icon-previous Icon-next