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Cablegate: Leahy Vetting Request: Mod Staff Training in Hawaii And

P 030312Z SEP 08
FM AMEMBASSY KABUL
TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 5362

UNCLAS KABUL 002394

SIPDIS
SENSITIVE

DEPT FOR SCA/RA (JBRENNIG), SCA/A, DRL, S/CT

E.O. 12958 N/A
TAGS: PHUM SNAR PINR PTER AF
SUBJECT: LEAHY VETTING REQUEST: MOD STAFF TRAINING IN HAWAII AND
TEXAS

1. This is an action request - see paragraph 2.

2. In order to comply with Leahy vetting requirements, this cable
forwards the name and biodata of three (3) officers. Post has
reviewed the information available on these individuals and has
found no derogatory information. Post requests Department response
by September 16, 2008.

3. Following is biographical data:

1.Name: Mohammad Arif
Father: Mohammad Qasem
Grandfather: Suliman
Rank: LTC
Unit: MoD, Communication Signal Dep (G6)
DOB: 1961
POB: Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan
Ethnicity: Tajik
Course: Asian Pacific Center for Security Studies, Honolulu, USA

2.Name: Mohammad Akbar Omari
Father: Mohammad Wali
Grandfather: Mohammad Omar
Rank: LTC
Unit: MoD, Reserve Forces, Infantry
DOB: 1970
POB: Nangarhar, Afghanistan
Ethnicity: Pashton
Course: DLI, San Antonio Texas, USA

3.Name: Mohammad Yaqob
Father: Gulab Shah
Grandfather: Allem Shah
Rank: Major
Unit: MoD, Communication Signal Dep
DOB: 1967
POB: Kabul, Afghanistan
Ethnicity: Tajik
Course: DLI, San Antonio Texas, USA

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