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La corruption fragilise l’armée nationale afghane

L’inspecteur général du service américain chargé de surveiller les efforts pour la reconstruction de l’Afghanistan (SIGAR), John Sopko, n’est pas du genre à manier la langue de bois et à prendre ses désirs pour des réalités.

An Afghan National Army company non-commissioned officer, prepares one of the  three companies of soldiers in a parade review during a deployment ceremony held in Kabul, Nov. 22, 2009. Lt. Gen. Ameenullah Karim, commander of the ANA education department, spoke to the soldiers of their duty and commitment to their mission. The Afghan National Army took another step closer to meeting their goal of a 134,000-man army by October, 2010, during the ceremony before the deployment of almost 800 soldiers from accelerated companies. The accelerated companies finished their training at the Kabul Military Training Center, which trains soldiers under a five-week schedule. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist (SCW) F. Julian CarrollEn clair, il ne cherche pas à plaire et dit les choses telles qu’elles sont.

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