The last remaining 38 Czech soldiers serving at the training base in Wardak province, Afghanistan returned home on Saturday. The Military Advisory Team of the Czech Task Force served in Wardak Province for six months - from April to October 2013. Its primary mission was to train and assist a battalion of the Afghan National Army in operational planning and combat use of its units. The effort was focused on improving the unit’s combat capabilities and ability to lead professional operations without support from the coalition forces. In the course of those six months the team faced over 500 insurgent attacks and breaches of security.
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