After a year in Afghanistan, the 265th Regional Support Group Agribusiness Development Team, known as ADT II, is back at home.
Roman Caleb Moore is a member of the team comprised of Guard soldiers from 31 Georgia communities.
According to information provided by the Georgia National Guard, Moore was a part of a mission to inspect cool storage units and to help the Afghans become better farmers.
According to the Georgia Guard, ADT II is an elite team of agriculture and security experts specially trained for the mission of revitalizing agriculture in Afghanistan. During their time in Afghanistan, the soldiers instructed Afghan farmers in sustainable farming practices, water conservation and food storage methods.
The unit retuned to the Georgia National Guard Armory in Metter on Saturday.