Provincial Reconstruction Team, Khost Afghanistan Story Archive

Provincial Reconstruction Team Khost Holds Change of Command  (16 April 2007)
Provincial Reconstruction Teams Deploy with Sailors, Soldiers  (17 May 2007)
Khost PRT Winning the Fight in Afghanistan  (1 June 2007)
PRT Khost Launches Diversion Dam Project   (21 June 2007)
Medical Engagement More Than Just Health Care Mission  (21 June 2007)
Provincial Reconstruction Team Khost Re-opens Bridge  (29 June 2007)
Roads, Relationships Top Priority for Afghans, PRT Khost   (2 July 2007)
PRT Assesses District, Medical Centers  (10 September 2007)
Army, Navy: Sister Services, Brothers in Arms  (14 October 2007)
Despite the good-hearted rivalry shared between the U.S. Army and Navy, members of the Khost Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) have put their differences aside to complete their mission.
Future Afghan Leaders Ask Tough Questions, Graduate PRT Seminar  (1 January 2008)
Political science students tend to ask tough questions and it is no different at the University of Khost in Afghanistan. What is new is those answering the questions.
Reconstruction Team Helps Bring Water, Life to Afghans  (25 February 2008)
The Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) based in Khost has been working closely to help the Afghan government fulfill its promise to deliver fresh drinking water to everyone in the province.
Ministers Laud Development in Khost  (3 March 2008)
The ministers of education and public works visited Khost, Feb. 20, to open four of 52 new schools, break ground on a district center for educational excellence and to open a long awaited road and bridge project linking Khost to outlying districts.
Sailors from Provincial Reconstruction Team Khost Receive Bronze Stars  (7 March 2008)
Six Sailors from Provincial Reconstruction Team Khost, Afghanistan were awarded the Bronze Star at a ceremony Feb. 29.
Soldier, Sailor Provide Troop Services  (11 December 2012)
Day-to-day operations at Camp Nathan Smith here wouldn't be the same without Army Sgt. 1st Class Andrew Currier and Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Anthony McRoberts.

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