Three Welsh Guardsmen have been killed in Afghanistan this year by rogue local police and army personnel. And the so-called 'green-on-blue' attacks have now claimed the lives of 50 international soldiers.
As part of our series of reports from the front line, one serving Welsh guardsman has called on the Government to pull British troops out of Afghanistan, saying the campaign is a 'futile waste of life'.
We've been speaking to him, and to other troops from Wales, involved in training the Afghan forces in the Nad Ali district of Helmand Province.
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