In this heavily illustrated book, you will find photos showcase the successes and friendship mementos of the U.S. Army Corps Transatlantic Afghanistan District teams during their 13 months’ journey with this mission. The team participated in several emerging programs and key tasks to include:
• Execution of the Program (Afghan Special Security Forces, Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund, Military Construction, Commander’s Emergency Response Team
• Build Afghanistan Capacity (Local National Quality Assurance Representative Program, National Operations & Maintenance Contract, Afghan Builders Association)
• Manage Transitions
• Execute Strategic Communication
U.S. Army Corps Transatlantic Afghanistan District team members, their families, and the Afghan forces that they supported may be interested in this yearbook. Additionally, large military construction contracts and developers of future military security forces may find this resource helpful in building future operations. American citizens, Afghanistan War veterans, Middle East construction service contractors, military science and ROTC students may also have an interest in these photos to observe how these areas within Afghanistan have changed, and to explore the types of investments made to rebuild their infrastructure.
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Table of Contents
TAA Family at Work and Play
Those Who Served
About the Author:
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Transatlantic Afghanistan District (TAA) was organized on July 9, 2013, by merging the former USACE Afghanistan District North and Afghanistan District South. Since that time, TAA has directly supported the International Security Assistance Force and Resolute Support missions by executing construction for Afghan National Security Forces, Military Construction, the Afghan Infrastructure Fund program, and the Commander’s Emergency Response Program. During TAA’s tenure the district has delivered quality facilities for the Afghan National Army and Police, critical civil infrastructure for the Afghan government, and basic engineering and construction services supporting healthcare, transportation, and education infrastructure for local communities that provide sustainable development projects for the Afghan people that employ the populace, build skilled human capital, and promote the future stability of Afghanistan.
Keywords: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; USACE; mobile water treatment plant; Afghanistan; Afghan; diesel generators; electrical infrastructure; foreign military sales; Afghan National Police Command Center; Kabul area; facilities design; fire safety; road construction; road improvements; Gamberi; Kandahar; water supply; water supply management; Khost; bridge repairs; bridge construction repairs; GKTC border crossing point; Pakistan; road repairs; Balkh Province; Camp Shaheen; Afghanistan National Army’s National Military Hospital renovation; NIMH Base; Quality Assurance; contract management; real estate; Nangarhgar; Saracha Bridge; civil transportation; civil engineering; Kajaki Dam; civil engineering; dam construction; hydroelectric power dams; window installation and replacements; Afghan National Army (ANA) Officer Logistics School; ANA officers; ANA noncommissioned officers; officer logistic training school; irrigation; tunnels; Tunnel Works; Hangar construction; Hamid Karzai International Airport;
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- 2016: 144 p.; ill.
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