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Afghan Military Enlistment

Updated: March 13, 2017

4 Responses to “Afghan Military Enlistment”


  1. Major Gary Good says:

    It was great speaking with you at the conference. Thank you for getting the word out. Of note, and with regard to your point about US and Afghan salary comparison. The salary of the Aghan National Army is a “living wage” that allows them to sufficiently provide for themselves.
    Look forward to meeting at next year’s Milblogcon Conference!

  2. NCCM(ret) says:

    I assumed it was a living wage when I wrote it, but I guess I should have clarified that better (my economies comparison is ambiguous).

    I really enjoy the Milblogs and the Round Tables – both are informative and, of course, you get to meet some great people.

  3. Kirk Kobak SFC (Ret) says:

    After reading the story, I now know that being on the first team of recruiters to go over and develop, write and instruct the ANAREC academy was the best thing I had ever done in my 25 year career in the Army!!!!!

  4. NCCM(ret) says:

    SFC(ret) Kobak,

    Thank you for your service, and great job!

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