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Five key Afghan officers visit California

A highlight is a tour of a faux Afghan village constructed at Camp Pendleton to help train Marines before they deploy to a Taliban stronghold. The officers also talk with law enforcement officials.

By Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times
December 4, 2011

Reporting from Camp Pendleton, Calif.—
Five high-ranking officers of the Afghan security forces finished a three-day visit to Southern California on Saturday after observing military training and civilian law enforcement operations in the U.S.

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