The Indiana National Guard's 119th Agribusiness Development Team, or ADT, has finished its mission to Afghanistan.
As the first Agribusiness Development Team, or ADT, finishes up its deployment, the second ADT organizes to replace them.
Counselors often tell soldiers the price is freedom is high—very high. Not just for the soldiers, but also for their families.
Though Forward Operating Base Salerno has seen relatively few casualties, there are still insurgent attacks on the base where the team is stationed.
As the Indiana National Guard 119th Agribusiness Development Team returns home, some members face medical issues.
In this segment of WFIU’s ongoing series “Cultivating Afghanistan”, reporter Douglas Wissing reports on the team’s efforts to combat Afghan corruption.
The Indiana National Guard Agribusiness Development Team, or ADT, has been lucky to suffer few serious injuries during its tenure in Afghanistan.
In this segment of his series “Cultivating Afghanistan,” Reporter Doug Wissing chews on the matter of feeding an army…
Despite the best-laid plans of the Agribusiness Development Team, sometimes there are still walls built -- literally -- between villagers and the military.
WFIU begins begin a second installment of our series “Cultivating Afghanistan” with update on the ADT’s progress a in a Taliban-controlled district.