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Kandahar airfield (OAKN)

Last modified: 14 Nov 2011
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Country: Afghanistan   

Locale: Kandahar

Latitude: 31° 30' 0" N     Longitude: 65° 50' 59" E

Area use / Military Branches: ISAF Multinational airbase

 
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Kandahar airfield (KAF). One of the main ISAF multinational airbases in Afghanistan and temporary home of appx 18.000 military personnel from 14 NATO countries.. KAF is under Canadian command.

Off website:
http://www.kdab.afcent.af.mil/

Photos:
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  Fahmi Abdullah Ahmed brought from Bagram Airbase Fahmi Abdullah Ahmed: from Bagram (AFG) to Kandahar (AFG)
  Fahmi Abdullah Ahmed brought to US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay Fahmi Abdullah Ahmed: Brought from Lahore over Islamabad to Bagram then to Kandahar and then to Guantanamo
  Mohammed Mohammed Hassan brought from Bagram Airbase Mohammed Mohammed Hassan: Captured in Faisalabad and brought to Lahore, then Bagram and Kandahar and finally Guantanamo.
  Mohammed Mohammed Hassan brought to US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay Mohammed Mohammed Hassan: Captured in Faisalabad and brought to Lahore, then Bagram and finally Guantanamo.
2001 Mohammed C. brought to US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay from Pakistan brought to Khandahr and then to Guantanamo
2001 Abdel Malik Abdel Wahab brought to US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay Abdel Malik Abdel Wahab: from
2001 Abdullah Al-Noaimi brought to US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay Abdullah Al-Noaimi: captured in Pakistan, brought to Kandahar and then transfered to Guantanamo
December, 2001 Murat Kurnaz brought from Karachi Airport (OPSF) captured in Pakistan, later brought to Afghanistan.
from December, 2001 to January, 2002 Murat Kurnaz Kept imprisoned in Kandhar
January, 2002 Murat Kurnaz brought to US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay Brought from Afghanistan to Guantanamo
January, 2002 Jumah al-Dossari brought to US Naval Base Guantanamo Bay Jumah al-Dossari: was captured in Pakistan, then brought to Kandahr and from there to Guantanamo

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