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    Nothing to see here. No worries.

    Three Afghanistan National Army officers disappeared from a training exercise in Cape Cod, Massachusetts over the weekend, according to media reports.

    The trio had been participating in a U.S. Central Command Regional Cooperation training exercise at Joint Base Cape Cod, U.S. military officials told The Associated Press.

    The soldiers arrived at Camp Edwards in Sandwich, Mass., on Sept. 11 and were last seen at the Cape Cod Mall in Hyannis. They were reported missing by base security personnel on Saturday night.
    The three men are senior military officers from Afghanistan and were cleared by the State Department to participate in the exercise, Massachusetts National Guard spokesman Lt. Col. James Sahady told The Boston Globe.

    The men are not considered a threat to the public, according to military officials, who have not released photos. Central Command is leading the investigation, the Globe reported.

    Approximately 200 people from six countries are participating in the Regional Cooperation exercise, including about a dozen soldiers from Afghanistan, the AP said.


    http://thehill.com/policy/defense/21...-from-cape-cod


    Nah... they couldn't be sleeper agents intent on causing havoc over here. Couldn't be.

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    Re: Nothing to see here. No worries.

    Every time a federal official, be it the military, white house, or whatever, says a group isn't a threat, the reporter should ask if the group would be welcome for dinner without any screening at the pentagon or white house.

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    Re: Nothing to see here. No worries.

    Found trying to enter Canada.....that must be a pretty involved conspiracy!
    King Jackass

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    Re: Nothing to see here. No worries.

    Quote Originally Posted by Belem
    Found trying to enter Canada.....that must be a pretty involved conspiracy!
    They were trying to find freedom. ;)

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    Re: Nothing to see here. No worries.

    I thought Canadian's were commies, what with the socialized health care and all. Now they're more free?
    King Jackass

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    Re: Nothing to see here. No worries.

    Quote Originally Posted by Belem
    I thought Canadian's were commies, what with the socialized health care and all. Now they're more free?
    In many ways, yes. But I did add the emoticon, so you would recognize the joke.

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    Re: Nothing to see here. No worries.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Tradition
    Three Afghanistan National Army officers disappeared from a training exercise in Cape Cod, Massachusetts over the weekend, according to media reports.

    The trio had been participating in a U.S. Central Command Regional Cooperation training exercise at Joint Base Cape Cod, U.S. military officials told The Associated Press.

    The soldiers arrived at Camp Edwards in Sandwich, Mass., on Sept. 11 and were last seen at the Cape Cod Mall in Hyannis. They were reported missing by base security personnel on Saturday night.
    The three men are senior military officers from Afghanistan and were cleared by the State Department to participate in the exercise, Massachusetts National Guard spokesman Lt. Col. James Sahady told The Boston Globe.

    The men are not considered a threat to the public, according to military officials, who have not released photos. Central Command is leading the investigation, the Globe reported.

    Approximately 200 people from six countries are participating in the Regional Cooperation exercise, including about a dozen soldiers from Afghanistan, the AP said.


    http://thehill.com/policy/defense/21...-from-cape-cod


    Nah... they couldn't be sleeper agents intent on causing havoc over here. Couldn't be.
    I was at Bagram AB in Astan in 2009. We got the first of the embedded Afghan SOF officers at an undisclosed location there. They were nasty to say the least and always wanted to say yea or nay on our ops. LOL they really thought they had a say so, not so much. We were just doing them a service so they would quit ****ting in our sinks in the latrine.

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