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An Afghan-international security force came under fire from a large number of insurgents while conducting a patrol in Baghlan province, Jan. 27.
The insurgents were firing rocket-propelled grenades across a river. The patrol called for air support. ISAF air assets bombed and strafed the insurgents in a tree line. ANSF forces estimate 12-20 insurgents were killed.
The patrol continued its mission and suffered no injuries.
There were no reports of civilian casualties in the operation.