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WORLD NEWS 13
Army October 29, 2009
AUSTRALIAN soldiers, working with
Afghan National Security Forces and
other coalition troops, have discovered
and destroyed two Taliban weapon
caches in Oruzgan province in recent
The munitions included weapons,
ammunition, IED-making components,
explosives and forged identity cards.
The daylight raids seized assault
rifles, a machine gun, an RPG launcher
and RPGs, rocket and recoilless rifle
warheads, mortar rounds, hand grenades
and nearly 1000 rounds of small-arms
Some items were kept for analysis
while most were destroyed.
The operation also seized about 300kg
of opium resin.
CJOPS Lt-Gen Mark Evans said the
raids had further disrupted the manufac-
ture of IEDs and use of weapon systems
across the central and northern parts of
"It is a significant volume of material
to be found in one area and its discovery
and destruction will continue to disrupt
the Taliban extremists' networks," he said.
The combined ANSF and coalition
operation to clear the compounds took
Raids on Taliban firepower
In their sights: SOTG soldiers scope the surrounding mountains during an operation in southern
Afghanistan, and explosive ordnance seized during the raids (inset).
Main photo by Capt Stu Wood
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