As the United States' longest war winds down, military bases and installations across Afghanistan are rapidly shuttering. Buildings must be deconstructed, supplies must be donated or destroyed, and equipment must be packaged and shipped. Photojournalist Meghan Dhaliwal followed the men and women of three military installations as they carried out this massive and taxing logistical operation. "It took years to build the American presence in Afghanistan," Meg Jones writes in an Oct. 21 dispatch for Foreign Policy. "It will take months to break it down."