Combined Force Kills Enemy Fighters in Kunduz Province
From an International Security Assistance Force Joint Command News Release
KABUL, Afghanistan, June 4, 2013 A combined Afghan and coalition security force killed five enemy fighters who opened fire on them during a search for a senior Taliban leader in the Archi district of Afghanistan’s Kunduz province today, military officials reported.
The Taliban leader builds improvised explosive devices and suicide vests and has directed and coordinated attacks that have killed numerous Afghan national security force personnel, officials said.
The security force also seized a rocket-propelled grenade launcher, four RPG rounds and an assault rifle.
In Afghanistan operations yesterday:
-- Afghan commandos and uniformed police and coalition forces killed seven enemy fighters and wounded four others during a clearing operation in Kunduz province’s Imam Sahib district.
-- A combined force in Kandahar province’s Panjwai district killed a Taliban intelligence operative who coordinated attacks in the area. He directed ambush attacks and placement of IEDs targeting Afghan and coalition forces. He also facilitated the movement of weapons and IEDs in the district.