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LCDR Rob Simms from DESC Europe to Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan, DESC Fuels LNO
In central Parwan province, Bagram Air Field received one round of indirect fire Friday evening.
Searchers set out on foot to try to locate the wreckage and helicopters were on standby at Bagram Air Field and Kabul airport to assist in any rescue effort.
base in the country - Bagram Air Field near the capital.
Over 2,000 angry Afghans recently demonstrated against the burning of the holy books in a pile of garbage at Bagram Air Field, a sprawling US base in Kabul.
Dozens of people have been killed and hundreds wounded in Afghan protests against the desecration of the Holy Quran since it first emerged that copies of Quran and religious materials had been thrown into a fire pit used to burn garbage at Bagram Air Field late February.
Two maintenance workers were slightly injured by shrapnel from the two rockets that were fired into Bagram Air Field outside Kabul on Monday night, coalition spokesman Jamie Graybeal said.
BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan -- Soldiers from Schofield Barracks' 125th Signal Battalion are training to become an important part of the Provincial Reconstruction Team mission in Afghanistan.
Over the course of 2015, the number of troops would be cut in half and consolidated in the capital of Kabul and at Bagram Air Field, the main U.S.
Nestled deep in Asia Minor at Bagram Air Field (BAF), Afghanistan, between 8,000 foot mountains and tundra so dry even the camels spit dust, sit the "Wizards" of Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 133, home to more than 200 Sailors and their haze-gray EA-6B Prowlers that, without bombs, bullets or missiles, wreak havoc on the enemy during Operation Enduring Freedom.