Col. Michael Howard, Brigade Commander in the turbulent eastern Afghan provinces where the 119th Agribusiness Development Team operates, talks about the war so far.
The war in Afghanistan affects not only the soldiers fighting it, but their spouses back home. And it has different consequences each time a loved one deploys.
Four female soldiers are part of the Indiana National Guard’s 1-19th Agribusiness Development Team, or ADT.
American-led coalition forces are waging a complicated counterinsurgency in Afghanistan, where critics say well-meaning military projects can be problematic.
The ADT soldiers use specialized social scientists, both in Afghanistan and back home in Indiana, to better understand Afghan societies.
A look at a day in the life of the base which is home to the Indiana National Guard's 119th Agribusiness Development Team.
Khost Province, Afghanistan is an area so dangerous that constant security is crucial to the humanitarian mission of the Indiana National Guard's 119th ADT.
As part of its mission in Afghanistan, the Indiana National Guard's Agribusiness Development Team must determine which products farmers should raise.
The Indiana National Guard's 119th Agribusiness Team is working to improve breeding and feeding of animals in Eastern Afghanistan.