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Two girls play on a swing set at the ARZU STUDIO HOPE community garden and playground in Bamyan, June 20, 2012. #afghanistan PHOTO CREDIT: Sgt. Ken Scar, 7th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment

Sanctuary Photo by Ken scar BAMYAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan - Two girls play on a swingset at the Arzu Studio Hope garden and playground in Dragon Valley, west of the town of Bamyan, June -- National Geographic Your Shot

Patrolling with children near Bagram.

Patrolling with children near Bagram

Afghanistan: Girls attend an informal school outside a mosque in the Mian Poshteh Bazaar.

This picture is of school girls in Afghanistan. These girls attend an informal school outside a mosque in the Mian Poshteh Bazaar. They attend this informal school because they are not allowed to receive education at the public school.

Some towns we patrolled through - the children were thrilled to see us - like these kids who gave me the "thumbs up" when I pointed my camera at them. This was in a village somewhere near FOB Salerno.

Some towns we patrolled through - the children were thrilled to see us - like these kids who gave me the "thumbs up" when I pointed my camera at them. This was in a village somewhere near FOB Salerno.

Treck in the pamir mountains with yaks, Big pamir, Wakhan, Afghanistan by Eric Lafforgue

Treck in the pamir mountains with yaks, Big pamir, Wakhan, Afghanistan by Eric Lafforgue

Young girl crossing a street in Gardez. At first glance you see snowflakes falling - but it's the pattern on her shawl. It was very cold that day - but all the kids flocked to us as we rolled through town. The girls, as always, were very shy.

Young girl crossing a street in Gardez. At first glance you see snowflakes falling - but it's the pattern on her shawl. It was very cold that day - but all the kids flocked to us as we rolled through town. The girls, as always, were very shy.

Sgt. 1st Class James Mastrodomenico from Lake George, N.Y., of C Company, 3rd Battalion, 66th Armor Regiment, Task Force 2-28, 172nd Infantry Brigade, scouts a route down from the summit of a mountain named "Big Nasty" Sept. 7.  He is looking down into Pakistan here.

Sgt. 1st Class James Mastrodomenico from Lake George, N.Y., of C Company, 3rd Battalion, 66th Armor Regiment, Task Force 2-28, 172nd Infantry Brigade, scouts a route down from the summit of a mountain named "Big Nasty" Sept. 7. He is looking down into Pakistan here.

Conducting traffic on the notorious Highway 1.

Conducting traffic on the notorious Highway

https://flic.kr/p/B8c9MK | Mine Roller

https://flic.kr/p/B8c9MK | Mine Roller

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