AFGHANISTAN'S NANGARHAR INC: A Model for Interagency Success

Spencer, David K.
July 2009
Military Review;Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p34
The article discusses the Afghan War, detailing and describing the Nangarhar Regional Development Plan. According to the author, the plan is an agreement between the 173d Airborne Brigade Combat Team and U.S. government interagency personnel that is meant to further counterinsurgency (COIN) efforts within Afghanistan.


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