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Psychological Warfare Photograph Archive

19 NOVEMBER 2017 | PHOTO ARCHIVE
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KOSOVO
A young Serbian boy reads a comic book about mine awareness, distributed by the 315th Tactical Psychological Operations (PSYOP) Company out of Upland, California.

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KOSOVO
Uran Agic, an interpreter contracted by the US government to translate the Serbian language, hands out comic books on mine awareness to Serbian children in Kosovo.  Mr. Agic is in Kosovo with 315th Tactical Psychological Operations (PSYOP) Company out of Upland, California, who are distributing Humanitarian Aid (HA) items.  The HA items were donated by families back in the United States and consisted of clothing, school supplies and toys.

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COBRA GOLD '03
Elephant mounted loud speaker system! During Cobra Gold '03 in Thailand, US PSYOP personnel make use of local transport for a mobile loud speaker operation.

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM
A local Afghani child in Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan holds up a leaflet warning them not to pick up unexploded ordinances in their area, during Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. MAZAR-E SHARIF, AFGHANISTAN

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM
Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan (Dec. 18, 2001) --
US Army Civil Affairs soldiers distribute leaflets announcing the bounty on Osama Bin Laden's head.
U.S. Navy Photo by Staff Sgt. Cecilio Ricardo, USAF. (RELEASED)

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM
Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan (Dec. 18, 2001) --
US Army Civil Affairs soldiers distribute leaflets warning locals to be aware and stay clear of any unexploded ordinances in their areas.
U.S. Navy Photo by Staff Sgt. Cecilio Ricardo USAF. (RELEASED)

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM
US Army (USA) Sergeant (SGT) Martin Morales, 345th Tactical Psychological Operations Company (Airborne Battalion), sits atop his High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) equipped with a 5.56mm Squad Automatic Weapon and a loudspeaker system, as he enjoys the shade of a olive tree with local Afghani residents from the village of Old Orgun, located in the in Paktia Province of Afghanistan, during Operation ENDURIG FREEDOM. Residents are gathering to celebrate the opening of the first school building (visible in the background), to be built in the Province in over 700-years. The USA 96th Civil Affairs Battalion assisted the Afghani Government in the building and supervision of the school project.

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM
Maj. Bill Gormley hangs posters in Gereshk, Afgahanistan, letting people know that schools are reopening, and that education is the key to the future of their country. Gormley is assigned to the 304th Psychological Operations Company.
U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Martin K Newton.

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM
At Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, Jan. 14, 2004, Sgt. Thomas Stanley from Sacramento, Calif., a member with the 304th Psychological Operations Company, attaches a static line that will initiate the distribution of leaflets when the box it is attached to is pushed from an aircraft over an area near the border of Afghanistan and Pakistan. The leaflets are designed to encourage villagers in the area to support the Coalition led reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan and to turn in terrorists operating in the region to authorities.

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM
A group of local children, from the Khowst region in Afghanistan, hold up Psychological Operations product information flyers promoting Afghanistan President Hamed Karzi.

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM
US Army Sergeant 1st Class Len Tidey (left) from Bravo Co.7158 Aviation 244 Regiment watches as Sergeant 1st Class Tom Rees (right) from the 1st Information Operations (IO) 10th Mountain releases a box of leaflets at a drop at Helmand Province, Afghanistan, April 1, 2006.
(U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Leslie Angulo) (Released)

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM
Canadian forces Cpl. Edwin Pinaroc, far right, assigned to Psychological Operations (PSYOP), MuLt.inational Brigade, Combined Task Force Aegis, asks local vendors about various details within particular images for use in upcoming PSYOPS campaigns near Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, May 6, 2006. DoD photo by Spc. Leslie Angulo, U.S. Army. (Released)

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM
Airman 1st Class David Cardenas positions a box of leaflets to be dropped over Afghanistan May 21 [2007] in Southwest Asia. Airman Cardenas dropped more than 80,000 leaflets over Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Airman Cardenas is assigned to the 746th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron.
One side of the 6-by-4 inch leaflets urged the Taliban to give up by stating, "The ANSF (Afghan National Security Forces) and ISAF (International Security Assistance Force) are ridding Helmand of the foreign Taliban." Helmand is a province in Afghanistan where Taliban insurgents are said to be located.
On the other side, it reads, "The Taliban are commanded by foreigners who seek to destroy Afghanistan. There is no honor in fighting alongside the enemies of Afghanistan."
(U.S. Air Force photo)

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM
Airman 1st Class Josh Huffman, a C-130 Hercules loadmaster, drops a box of 10,000 warning leaflets over the southeastern mountains of Afghanistan March 6, 2007.  The leaflets were used to communicate with Taliban extremists, warning them not to interfere with coalition activities.  The leaflet airdrop mission is contributing to Operation Achilles, launched by the International Security Assistance Force to create an environment that will enable the government of Afghanistan to help improve security and the quality of life for Afghan people.
(U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Cecilio Ricardo).

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OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM
An Afghan national army Captain passes out pro-Islamic Republic of Afghanistan pamphlets to children in an Andar District village in Ghazni Province, June 25, 2007.

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