Thursday, June 18, 2009

Photos: The Bundeswehr in Afhganistan


Soldiers of German armed forces Bundeswehr secure the airfield outside the German army camp in Kunduz, northern Afghanistan April 17, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

Afghan boys approach a German armed forces Bundeswehr soldiers during their patrol outside the German camp in Kunduz, northern Afghanistan April 16, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

An Afghan men leaves a meeting of tribe leaders and members of a German liaison managing team (LMT) as a group of German armed forces Bundeswehr military police guard the entrance of the office of the district manager of Aliabad near Kunduz on April 19, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

A German armed forces Bundeswehr military policeman opens a gate for Afghan youth as he escorts a German liaison managing team (LMT) visiting a little village in Aliabad district near Kunduz on April 19, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

A German armed forces Bundeswehr hunting infantry soldier prepares for a night mission in a forward operation base (FOB) in Kunduz April 20, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

A German armed forces Bundeswehr hunting infantry soldier prepares for a night mission in a forward operation base (FOB) in Kunduz April 20, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

A German armed forces Bundeswehr soldier instructs his sniffing dog for an improvised explosive device (IOD) search in Kunduz April 20, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

A German armed forces Bundeswehr military policeman guards a meeting with a Bundeswehr liaison managing team (LMT) at a village in Aliabad district near Kunduz on April 19, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

A Afghan boy looks at a German armed forces Bundeswehr member during the visit of a German liaison monitoring team (LMT) at a village in Aliabad district near Kunduz on April 19, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

A German armed forces Bundeswehr policeman checks his radio at he guards the visit of a German liaison monitoring team (LMT) at a little village in Aliabad district near Kunduz on April 19, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

German armed forces Bundeswehr hunting infantry soldiers prepare for a night mission in a forward operation base (FOB) in Kunduz April 20, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

Villagers walk past a German armed forces Bundeswehr major guarding the visit of a German liaison monitoring team (LMT) at a village in Aliabad district near Kunduz on April 19, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

German armed forces Bundeswehr soldiers walk their sniffer dogs before searching for improvised explosive devices (IOD) in Kunduz April 20, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

Villagers follow a German armed forces Bundeswehr policeman guarding the visit of a German liaison monitoring team (LMT) at a village in Aliabad district near Kunduz on April 19, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

Afghan children talk to German armed forces Bundeswehr policemen guarding the visit of a German liaison monitoring team (LMT) at a little village in Aliabad district near Kunduz on April 19, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

Infantry soldiers of German armed forces Bundeswehr unload ammunition from a supply truck at their forward operation base (FOB) during a mission in Kunduz province, April 21, 2009.(Reuters/Daylife)

An infantry soldier of German armed forces Bundeswehr checks his weapon as the soldiers secure a forward operation base (FOB) during a mission in Kunduz province, April 21, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

Infantry soldiers of German armed forces Bundeswehr have a chat at their forward operation base (FOB) during a mission in Kunduz province, April 21, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

The equipment of an infantry soldier of German armed forces Bundeswehr is displayed before a mission outside the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) camp in Kunduz, April 25, 2009. The equipment which includes a bullet proof vest, weapons, ammunition, first aid kit and water weighs about 40 kilograms (88 pounds). (Reuters/Daylife)


An infantry soldier of German armed forces Bundeswehr presents the equipment he has to take for a mission outside the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) camp in Kunduz, April 25, 2009. The equipment which includes a bullet proof vest, weapons, ammunition, first aid kit and water weighs about 40 kilograms (88 pounds). (Reuters/Daylife)

A fully-equipped infantry soldier of German armed forces Bundeswehr poses for a picture to present his gear before a mission outside the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) camp in Kunduz, April 25, 2009. The equipment which includes a bullet proof vest, weapons, ammunition, first aid kit and water weighs about 40 kilograms (88 pounds).

Afghan men look at a German armed forces Bundeswehr liason monitoring team (LMT) visiting their village in Kunduz province, April 26, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

A soldier of the German armed forces Bundeswehr observes the area as he secures a liason monitoring team (LMT) during a visit to a village in Kunduz province, April 26, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

A soldier of German armed forces Bundeswehr secures the area for a German liaison monitoring team (LMT) to make their way into a village in Kunduz district, April 28, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

Soldiers of the German armed forces Bundeswehr secure the area as a German liason monitoring team (LMT) walks into a village in Kunduz district, April 28, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

A soldier of the German armed forces Bundeswehr observes the area as villagers look at other Bundeswehr soldiers who are performing a recovery operation on a "Fuchs" armoured personnel carrier during a mission in Kunduz district, April 28, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

Afghan from Dam Shak-Alchin village help soldiers of the German armed forces Bundeswehr perform a recovery operation on a "Fuchs" armoured personnel carrier during a mission in Kunduz district, April 28, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

A soldier of German armed forces Bundeswehr secures the area as a German liason monitoring team (LMT) walks into a village in Kunduz district, April 28, 2009.

A soldier of German armed forces Bundeswehr secures the area for a German liaison monitoring team (LMT) to make their way into a village in Kunduz district, April 28, 2009. (Reuters/Daylife)

2 comments:

Praesidentin.de said...

Krieg ist immer die falsche Antwort. Was 1945 galt, gilt 2009 au noch.

Anonymous said...

Genau Frau Presidentin. Krieg war noch nie die Loesung, vom Faschismus und der Sklaverei mal abgesehen.