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Two women walk past the huge cavity where one of the ancient Buddhas of Bamiyan, known to locals as the "Father Buddha," used to stand, June 17, 2012. The monumental statues were built in A.D. 507 and 554 and were the largest statues of standing Buddha on Earth until the Taliban dynamited them in 2001.Unit: 7th Mobile Public Affairs DetachmentDVIDS Tags: soldier; agriculture; Global War on Terror; farmers; Afghan farmers; battlefield; photojournalist; PAO; district; soldiers; Afghanistan; provincial reconstruction team; U.S. Army; Regional Command East; province; mission; Army; ISAF; RC East; Operation Enduring Freedom; Bamyan; Army photographer; Bamyan PRT; 7th MPAD; New Zealand army; Buddhas of Bamyan; Army photo; military photography; Bamyan Buddhas; Buddha statues; CJTF-1; Ken Scar; front lines; war photography; cover photo; Army photograph; Army picture; war photograph; military photograph; old tank; Afghan potatoes; Russian tank; abandoned tank; Task Unit Crib; Father Buddha statue; Buddhas of Bamiyan

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Two women walk past the huge cavity where one of the ancient Buddhas of Bamiyan, known to locals as the "Father Buddha," used to stand, June 17, 2012. The monumental statues were built in A.D. 507 and 554 and were the largest statues of standing Buddha on Earth until the Taliban dynamited them in 2001.Unit: 7th Mobile Public Affairs DetachmentDVIDS Tags: soldier; agriculture; Global War on Terror; farmers; Afghan farmers; battlefield; photojournalist; PAO; district; soldiers; Afghanistan; provincial reconstruction team; U.S. Army; Regional Command East; province; mission; Army; ISAF; RC East; Operation Enduring Freedom; Bamyan; Army photographer; Bamyan PRT; 7th MPAD; New Zealand army; Buddhas of Bamyan; Army photo; military photography; Bamyan Buddhas; Buddha statues; CJTF-1; Ken Scar; front lines; war photography; cover photo; Army photograph; Army picture; war photograph; military photograph; old tank; Afghan potatoes; Russian tank; abandoned tank; Task Unit Crib; Father Buddha statue; Buddhas of Bamiyan

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