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Captain Jeffrey Pettee of Warren holds up his 11-month-old nephew, Graham-following a send-off at the New Hampshire National Guard's Joint Force Headquarters in Concord; Tuesday, April 23, 2013.
Pettee is one of three members of the New Hampshire National Guard who will head to Afghanistan as part of Salvadoran-led police advisory group, along with SFC Jim Austin of Littleton and SSG Jesse Jennings of Ashland. The three will join a team of six Americans and 12 Salvadorans, training at Fort Polk, Louisiana through June and then to Herat, Afghanistan for a six-month deployment. This is the first time that members of the New Hampshire National Guard have been embedded within a unit from another country.

(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)
Caption: Captain Jeffrey Pettee of Warren holds up his 11-month-old nephew, Graham-following a send-off at the New Hampshire National Guard's Joint Force Headquarters in Concord; Tuesday, April 23, 2013. Pettee is one of three members of the New Hampshire National Guard who will head to Afghanistan as part of Salvadoran-led police advisory group, along with SFC Jim Austin of Littleton and SSG Jesse Jennings of Ashland. The three will join a team of six Americans and 12 Salvadorans, training at Fort Polk, Louisiana through June and then to Herat, Afghanistan for a six-month deployment. This is the first time that members of the New Hampshire National Guard have been embedded within a unit from another country. (ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff) Album ID: 1644366 Photo ID: 46945798
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