Team Listens for Enemy Communications

U.S. soldiers assigned to Combined Task Force Dragoon are providing security and over-watch for a convoy of friendly forces passing through a small village in Kandahar province, Afghanistan. However, this isn’t a typical security patrol. Army Sgt. Partain is a part of a low-level voice intercept team searching for enemy communication signals.

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  • Lisa Gingrich

    How is it that the DOD even puts people in Afghanistan, then puts them in jail for doing their job and attempting to stay alive. Obviously the DOD would prefer they be killed then to cause harm in a hostile situation. Don’t let 1Lt Lorance be railroaded into Leavenworth for unholding his office and duty.