- Friends - Dating. In Afghanistan Paktika gardiz.
- AFGHANISTAN PAKTIKA PROVINCE LAND COVER MAP (April 2002)
- Date: April 2002. AFGHANISTAN. PAKTIKA PROVINCE.
- Synopsis Garrison Facilities, Khair Kot, Paktika Province
- facilities and infrastructure for a new compound in Khair Kot, Paktika Province,. Afghanistan.
- Afghan Media in 2010
- Priority District: Urgun (Paktika). Altai Consulting ..
- US declares Haqqani network commander a terrorist
- The State Department said Mullah Sangeen Zadran is the shadow governor of Paktika province in southeastern Afghanistan and a commander in the Haqqani network.
- Afghan DJs deliver news from U.S. perspective
- More than 20 radio DJs in Afghanistan's Paktika Province, and dozens more across the country, are engaged in what the US military considers a crucial operation.
- DOD identifies two Germany-based soldiers killed in Afghanistan
- Sgt. Matthew Harmon, 29, of Bagley, Minn., of the 172nd Infantry Brigade, died in the Paktika province of Afghanistan while conducting vehicle recovery operations, according to a DOD news release.
- Honor memory of soldier
- Spc. Josh Seals, a 2008 Porter High School graduate, was killed in Paktika Province, Afghanistan. The US Defense Department said the Oklahoma National Guardsman died in a non-combat-related incident.
- Flags lowered Monday for Cpl. Joseph VanDreumel
- 14 in Afghanistan's Paktika province. VanDreumel, age 32, died while conducting vehicle recovery operations and encountering a secondary explosion.
- Paktika Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Paktika (Pashto: پکتیکا) is one of the 34 provinces of Afghanistan. It is in the south-east of the country. Most of the population is Pashtun.
- Defense.gov News Article: Paktika Task Force Honors Fallen Soldier
- Apr 27, 2011 Paktika Task Force Honors Fallen Soldier. By Karen Parrish American Forces Press Service.
- 2 soldiers killed recovering vehicle in Paktika - Army News | News
- Aug 16, 2011 The Department of Defense has confirmed Tuesday the death of two soldiers in Afghanistan.
- 80 Haqqani Network, 'foreign fighters' killed in raid on Paktika camp
- Jul 23, 2011 Paktika province serves as a safe haven for the Haqqani Network, a Taliban subgroup with close ties to al Qaeda.
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