Rocket Hunt in Afghanistan

Just outside of Kandahar Air Base in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, lie great fields of grapes. To the locals, these grapes play a vital role in their economy. But, despite their effect, insurgents still use them to hide rockets. U.S. and Afghan forces have teamed up to sweep the grape fields clean of any rocket caches.


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