commander of Combined Air Power Transition Force. Lindell, who has been in Afghanistan for 13 months leading a joint team of 170 military, civilian and contractor personnel to initiate an air corps for the Afghan National Army, spoke with bloggers and online journalists during a DoD Live Bloggers Roundtable, Sept. 23.
“Our goal is to develop this air corps to be fully independent and fully operational and capable – linked to security requirements of Afghanistan,” said Lindell.
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