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Optimism, thinking outside of the box, Mundy’s standard plan in Afghanistan

Story by Chief Petty Officer Leslie Shively | Regional Command Southwest | Date: 03.07.2012

CAMP LEATHERNECK, Afghanistan -- Not long ago, Taliban ruled the roads of Musa Qala, a town in northern Helmand province. Bands of insurgents brandishing soviet-made AK-47s and lugging rocket launchers, crammed themselves into the backs of pickup trucks and paraded through the town, shouting oppressive slogans and terrorizing its residents.

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