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Title: The New Zealand Provincial Reconstruction Team (NZ PRT) Afghanistan The Sustainable Development and Security Challenge


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The New Zealand Provincial Reconstruction
Team(NZ PRT)AfghanistanThe Sustainable
Development and Security Challenge
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Alexander's campaigns of Conquest 336-323 BC
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Golgola
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Go To Your God Like a Soldier
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Bamyan, March 2001
New York, September 2001
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Bamyan Township - Scenery
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Buddha's
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Bamyan Township
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Golgola
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Main St Bamyan
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New Zealand PRT Patrol The Roads
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Roads and Rivers Often the Same
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Main St Bamyan
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An Average Road Hazard
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Debris of a Past War
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Band - i - Amir Lakes A Natural Wonder
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Poppies
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The People
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Its About the People
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Beasts of Burden
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Children of Burden
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The New Zealand Provincial Reconstruction
TeamHome and In Action (NZ PRT)
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Kiwi Hercules C-130
Bend In Runway
Kiwi Base
Runway
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Kiwi Base
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Kiwi Base
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Buddha's
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NZ PRT WATER TRUCK
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Big Red Cooks Dinner for the PRT
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A variety of Important Patients are Treated
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The Kiwi Touch
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A Traditional Welcome for VIPs to the NZPRT
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Meeting With Village Elders
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NZ PRT Constructs a Police Checkpoint
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On the Range Practising Before Going On Patrol
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A Small Find of Ammunition
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Ammunition is Everywhere
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Destroying the Find
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Signs of War Everywhere
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PT Hill at 3,000 meters a Good Morning Jog
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The Mines
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Military Support to the NZPRT
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US Marines Miss the Runway
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The Ride Home
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The Reality
  • Defeat in Iraq or Afghanistan would have dire
    consequences. In both places, political, not
    military, solutions will bring success. Where we
    are losing in Afghanistan is in the battle to
    create a fair legal and judicial system overcome
    rampant corruption build a police force control
    the drug-production epidemic and bring job
    opportunities to the Afghan people.
  • What is important is this To prevail in
    Afghanistan, more than military force is needed.
    Until Washington, Brussels and Kabul address that
    concept, as in Iraq, the outcome will be too
    close to call.
  • JAMES L. JONES and HARLAN ULLMAN, Washington
    Retired Marine Corps Gen. James L. Jones was
    supreme allied commander in Europe from 2003 to
    2006, overseeing operations in Afghanistan.
    Harlan Ullman, a senior associate at the Center
    for Strategic and International Studies, was an
    adviser to Gen. Jones.

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New Zealands Provincial Reconstruction Team
and the New Zealand Defence Force Building a
Better Future for the People of Afghanistan
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