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1000 cadets graduate from Kabul military academy

1000 cadets graduate from Kabul military academy

Aug 21, 2016 - 17:47

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): Graduating from the Kabul Military Academy on Sunday, some of the 1000 cadets said they were ready to defend the country’s soil and would not allow the enemy to shed the blood of Afghans.

They expressed these views after their graduation from a two-month training course at the military academy here.

One of the graduates, Habib Rahman, said: “We bravely underwent the training. Until there is a single drop of blood in our bodies, we will give a mouth-breaking reply to the Afghanistaninfo-icon’s enemies.”

He said he was ready to defend the country and the soil and warned the enemy that they would not be allowed to shed the blood of Afghans.

Rahman said he joined the academy with high spirits and learned military, technical and warfare skills in theory and practical during the two months and 10 days course. Now he was ready to serve the country.

Another cadet, Mirwais, said: “We grew up watching the conflict. We are well familiar with wars. What we learned at the academy prepared us to bravely defend the soil.”

Yet another graduate, Hikmatullah, said he vowed to fight until his last breath as he wore the military uniform.

He said they went through tough military training and learned skills of using advanced weapons and military techniques.

Gen. Mohammad Nabi Ahmadzai, educationinfo-icon, training and doctrines head at the Ministry of Defence, said 1000 cadets graduated from the academy upon completing different courses.

He told the graduates that they could succeed in their campaign with unity and asked them not to allow anyone to create disunity among them.

He said the graduates would not be sent immediately to the military fronts, but they have to undergo further training at 14 different military schools.


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