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Afghanistan War – 20min footage of British forces during operations in Afghanistan.

★00:00★ – U.S., British EOD Work Together to Make Afghanistan a Safer Place. Staff Sgt. Joseph Orellana shows a team of U.S. and British forces working together to make it a little safer. The team encounters opposition several times during the mission.

★05:45★ – The Royal Regiment of Scotland, participating in Operation ZMARAY SUK 2 in the district of Nahr-e-Saraj. The purpose of the mission was to disrupt insurgent activity in a pocket of farmland not yet touched by ISAF or ANSF.

★11:17★ – The Afghan National Security Forces and their advisors from the British Army Grenadier Guards of 12th Platoon during Operation Shafuq in Nad ‘Ali, Afghanistan. The ANSF led the mission, which was to eradicate poppy and clear insurgency, from planning to final execution.

★12:56★ – The Highlanders, the Royal Regiment of Scotland, patrolling through farmland in Lashkar Gah, Helmand province, Afghanistan.

★12:56★ – Royal Marines patrolling and working in recent improvised route clearing operation, Zamrod Pak 10, in Helmand province, Afghanistan.

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