From ISAF Homepage:
As coalition forces continue to take on a mentoring role to help reconstruction in Afghanistan, one aspect of this process includes encouraging a rank structure within the Afghan National Army (ANA).
At Camp Stone in Herat, British mentors are assisting senior ANA soldiers to provide a six-week Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) course to fellow ANA soldiers that will help improve rank structure.
British Army Sergeant Andrew Cover, 40 Regiment Royal Artillery and NCO course mentor, explained the necessity for such a course, including his role within the classroom.
“Our goal is to help them understand the importance of a rank system and learn to delegate responsibility,” said Cover.
As a mentor, Cover shadows the instructors, and offers suggestions based on experience.
“My priority is to the instructors, and to make sure what they are teaching their students is accurate,” he said. “They teach the course, they give the information, and I am there only to assist and give my experience in the Army.”
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