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Afghanistan

Operation Enduring Freedom
(As released by the Pentagon, October 2001 - January 2002)


Earlier Imagery

Photograph of the Zhawar Kili Al-Badr Camp, Afghanistan, used by Secretary Cohen.

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Photograph of the Zhawar Kili Al-Badr Camp, Afghanistan, used by Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen and Gen. Henry H. Shelton, U.S. Army, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, to brief reporters in the Pentagon on the U.S. military strike on a chemical weapons plant in Sudan and terrorist training camps in Afghanistan on Aug. 20, 1998. (Released)

Photograph of the Zhawar Kili Al-Badr Camp (West), Afghanistan, used by Secretary Cohen.

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Photograph of the Zhawar Kili Al-Badr Camp (West), Afghanistan, used by Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen and Gen. Henry H. Shelton, U.S. Army, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, to brief reporters in the Pentagon on the U.S. military strike on a chemical weapons plant in Sudan and terrorist training camps in Afghanistan on Aug. 20, 1998. (Released)

Photograph of the Zhawar Kili Base Camp, Afghanistan, used by Secretary Cohen.

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Photograph of the Zhawar Kili Base Camp, Afghanistan, used by Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen and Gen. Henry H. Shelton, U.S. Army, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, to brief reporters in the Pentagon on the U.S. military strike on a chemical weapons plant in Sudan and terrorist training camps in Afghanistan on Aug. 20, 1998. (Released)

Photograph of the Zhawar Kili Support Complex, Afghanistan, used by Secretary Cohen.

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Photograph of the Zhawar Kili Support Complex, Afghanistan, used by Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen and Gen. Henry H. Shelton, U.S. Army, chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, to brief reporters in the Pentagon on the U.S. military strike on a chemical weapons plant in Sudan and terrorist training camps in Afghanistan on Aug. 20, 1998. (Released)

Sources and Methods


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