600 Pounds Of Opium

An Afghan National Police officer picks up a bag of opium. Afghan National Police officers, along with U.S. Special Operations Soldiers, discovered 600 pounds of opium May 7, 2009, during a cordon and search operation of a known Taliban safe house, collection center and trauma center in Babaji Village, in Afghanistan's Helmand province. U.S. Air Force photo by Cpl. Sean K. Harp

An Afghan National Police officer picks up a bag of opium. Afghan National Police officers, along with U.S. Special Operations Soldiers, discovered 600 pounds of opium May 7, 2009, during a cordon and search operation of a known Taliban safe house, collection center and trauma center in Babaji Village, in Afghanistan's Helmand province.

U.S. Air Force Army photo by Cpl. Sean K. Harp

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2 thoughts on “600 Pounds Of Opium

  1. I took this photo and i can assure you that i am not in the Chair Force. I am in the Army.
    FYI, there is no Corporal rank in the Air Force.

  2. Thanks for the correction Sean, and thanks for you and your camera out there on the other side of the world, helping us see what you see.

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