Views of Kalagush, Afghanistan, From a Helicopter
I had the opportunity to film from inside a helicopter with Lt Col Michael Forsyth, Commander of the 2-77 with 4BCT 4ID, as we flew from one Forward Operating Base to the next, in Afghanistan.
Lt Col Forsyth took me to FOB Kalagush, where we talked about the work that has been done by the US military, working with Afghans of the past few years.
In this video, you will see villages, mountains, a river and the beautiful Afghanistan countryside.
Upcoming video episodes contain more interviews, not only with our troops, but also Afghan citizens.
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Bob Calvert is the host of the TalkingWithHeroes.com radio talk show. Bob has interviewed troops and locals in Iraq three times and Afghanistan once.
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