The presence of the Malaysian military in Afghanistan is purely for humanitarian efforts and not for combat. The soldiers who were there were mostly doctors and nurses, with a handful of special forces security personnel.
They constantly patrol the areas of Bamiyan to see what aid they can offer. The picture above is of the team resting for the evening and having dinner together.
Guide to Afghanistan: The Adventures of a KL-ite (Part 7 of 10 – Malaysia at War!)
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