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Brigadier James Woodham, right, commander of Task Force Helmand, gives the final salute to Brigadier Gen. Daniel Yoo, commander of Regional Command (Southwest), symbolizing the closure of Task Force Helmand during a merger ceremony for the task force and RC(SW) aboard Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, April 1, 2014. Following eight years of combat operations in Helmand province, the ceremony marked the end of the United Kingdom’s military headquarters in southwestern Afghanistan. The functions of the British headquarters element now reside with RC(SW). The task force was established in April 2006 and has conducted 16 rotations since its beginning.
140401-M-JD595-370.JPG Photo By: Sgt. Frances Johnson

Apr 3, 2014
Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, Afghanistan - Brigadier James Woodham, right, commander of Task Force Helmand, gives the final salute to Brigadier Gen. Daniel Yoo, commander of Regional Command (Southwest), symbolizing the closure of Task Force Helmand during a merger ceremony for the task force and RC(SW) aboard Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, April 1, 2014. Following eight years of combat operations in Helmand province, the ceremony marked the end of the United Kingdom’s military headquarters in southwestern Afghanistan. The functions of the British headquarters element now reside with RC(SW). The task force was established in April 2006 and has conducted 16 rotations since its beginning.


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