Polish and Afghan SOF have conducted a raid, which ended in the capture of Mullah Abdul Kabira - one of the top, if the THE top wanted insurgent in eastern Afghanistan. Mullah Kabira was the leader of a terror cell that has conducted numerous IED attacks on Coalition Forces. He's been on the infamous JPEL list for over 5 years now, evading capture during numerous Coalition capture attempts.
The raid was conducted by Polish Commandos and the Provincial Response Company "Afghani Tigers", which are being trained, lead and advised by TF-50 Special Operations Soldiers.
Another big catch for the Regiment. Saeed Rahman is listed as one of th emost nottoious figures on the JPEL list.
He was cought in the dead of night by Polish Commandos and the Ghazni based Provisional Response Company "Afghani Tigers".
Mulla Saeed Rahman was wanted for quite some time, his cell ws responsible for kidnapings and anti-coalition actions (mostly utilising IEDs).
The Regiment along with their Afghan allies recently took part in an operation, which resulted in the capture of a known insurgent cell leader (guy was listed high on the JPEL list).
SSE also turned up documents detailing the enems modus operandi.
The captive was responsible for the Dec 22nd attack on a Polish patrol in Ghazni province, in which three Soldiers were injured.
C Team Soldiers paying respect to the fallen and deceased members of Batalion Parasol.
Soldiers from the Regiments C Combat Team continue the Umbrela Battalion proud traditions.
Photos courtesy of Jarosław Rybak:
Operation Kutschera was the code name for the successful assassination of Franz Kutschera, SS and Reich's Police Chief in Warsaw, killed on 1 February 1944 by the Polish Resistance fighters of Home Army's Anti-Gestapo unit Agat. This action was a part of bigger Operation Heads.
The Afghan Provisional Rersponse Company ("Afghani Tigers") , supported by the Regiment, captured the terrorist Adil Mohammad Naeem.
Mohammad Naeem Adil is responsible for conducting the 27 February 2013 assault on an Afghan police station, which killed 17 policemen. The terrorist is also responsible for the preparation of a number of attacks using improvised explosive devices (IEDs - Improvised Explosive Device) on coalition troops and Afghan security forces.