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Marines, Afghan police secure southern Musa Qal’eh, work toward long-term stability during Operation Double Check

Story by Cpl. Tommy Bellegarde | 2nd Marine Division | Date: 01.24.2012

PATROL BASE 7171, Helmand province, Afghanistan – Afghan National Security Force and Afghan National Police personnel are working with Marines and sailors from Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, to secure areas of southern Musa Qal’eh district, Helmand province, during Operation Double Check, which kicked off Jan. 3 when the Marines helicopter-inserted into the area.

For more on the 2/4:

http://www.dvidshub.net/news/82744/marines-afghan-police-secure-southern-musa-qaleh-work-toward-long-term-stability-during-operation-double-check#.Tx7ejIGAqso