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Army October 10, 2013
Capt Sean Childs
ROTATION four of the Australian-
led International Security Assistance
Force (ISAF) 205 Corps Coalition
Advisory Team (205 CAT) has trans-
ferred authority to the incoming
rotation at Kandahar Airfield.
Rotation five's Australian Col Joel
Dooley took over from Commander 205
CAT Col John Shanahan on August 29,
marking the handover of successful
Hero Corps headquarters mentoring.
"What we've now got is the
Operation Strong Border South plan-
ning cycle embedded in the headquar-
ters, whereby the HQ can now maintain
relentless pressure on the Taliban," Col
"Every time they do something,
something else is being done at the
same time, so the Taliban don't know
where to go."
The advisory team assists the
Afghan National Army's 205 Hero
Corps in Kandahar province.
ANA Corps Commander Maj-Gen
Abdul Hamid spoke of his gratitude for
Australia's and the international com-
munity's commitment to Afghanistan's
future security, stability and prosperity.
"For Afghan people Australians are
very important and good friends," he
"The ANA want to continue their
support for the Afghan people."
The Australian rotation will continue
to train, advise and assist the ANA's
Hero Corps throughout 2014.
"Synchronising the combined arms
effects at a corps level is also going
Rotation five takes control
The 205 Corps Coalition Advisory Team steps into mentoring role during Operation Strong Border South
to be key to my staff ensuring that the
corps can synchronise its brigades suc-
cessfully within the battlespace we are
now working in," Col Dooley said.
Australia's then Commander in
the MEAO, Maj-Gen Michael Crane,
attended with Deputy Commander
ISAF Lt-Gen John Lorimer and ISAF
Commander Regional Command South
Maj-Gen Paul LeCamera.
Australia's special forces will
train, advise and assist the General
Directorate of Police Special Unit in
Kabul throughout 2014.
Efforts with Kabul's ANA Officer
Academy, the Logistics Training
Advisory Team, Kandahar's 205
CAT, various ISAF HQ positions and
Australia's whole-of government effort
will also continue.
In charge: Members of rotation five's ISAF 205 Corps Coalition Advisory Team salute as the Australian anthem is played during the transfer of
authority ceremony at Kandahar Airfield.
Photo by PO Phil Cullinan
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