Roadside Bomb Injures Marines in Afghanistan
American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON, Apr. 26, 2004 Coalition officials in Kabul, Afghanistan, provided details today on some weekend operations and upcoming community events.
Three Marines were injured, one seriously, when a roadside bomb detonated alongside their convoy April 24 near the village of Daylanor in Kandahar province. The injured Marines were taken to a military hospital at Kandahar Air Field.
Also that day, a weapons cache consisting of 400 120 mm mortar rounds and 20 cans of MUV-2 mine tripwire fuses was found near Gardez. The items were removed from the area and destroyed.
Another cache was found April 25 near Deh Rawod. It included 12 rocket- propelled grenade rounds, 14 cases of 7.62 mm ammunition and a quantity of grenades. An explosive ordnance disposal team disposed of the cache.
A grand opening for a new well in Shadu Village is scheduled April 28. The Gardez Mamusi School is scheduled to open April 29.