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It conducts joint operations with Afghan Security Forces in Faryab province. The camp was moved out of the city due to several attacks and a lack of space, in It is co-located with the airstrip, north of Meymaneh.
Their joint mission is to establish a secure and safe environment for Afghan society. Towards , the Afghan Army and security forces have increased numerically and the provincial government given more influence. In Faryab Coalition forces are out to show their presence, talk to the locals to gather information and ensure that insurgents do not interfere with daily life.
Operations are run frequently, both civilian and military. PRT Meymaneh was given control of security over the district in , but some of the area is still under the control of insurgents. The Ring Road, which connects Afghanistan, is still not finished in Ghormach district. To prevent insurgents from disrupting security Coalition and Afghan Security Forces have conducted 'partnered' operations in Faryab on an almost daily basis since ; Coalition forces train and supervise the Afghans.
Coalition soldiers are employed as a supporting force, and are in charge of security. Norwegian soldiers have met a lot of resistance from insurgents in Between December and February , soldiers from the PRT engaged insurgents in several places in Faryab province. One firefight north of the capital lasted over six hours, but no injuries or damage were reported. The aim of the operation is to improve security in the north and northwest of the province.
The PRT consists of soldiers and civilian personnel. At least 2 soldiers from Finland, were employed by the unit in including the unit's executive officer and one soldier who was killed on duty. This unit has two surgical teams from Macedonia and the United States and has pharmaceutical, laboratory, X-Ray and dental capabilities. The medical evacuation teams follow other units in the field. Medical soldiers are only allowed to use personal weapons in self-defense and to defend patients.