1. Wide shot of U.S. soldiers being briefed next to large ground map
2. Mid shot of soldiers packing up
3. Close up of soldiers putting on backpack
4. Soldiers marching away
5. Close up of soldiers' feet as they walk past
6. Wide shot of helicopter with troops in foreground
7. Troop carrier driving past
8. Two helicopters
9. Squad of soldiers watching helicopters fly past
10. Mid shot of same
11. Helicopter with supplies landing
12. Troops patrolling
13. Soldiers' feet walking
14. Troops walking past local man
15. Troops walk under tree cover
16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Commander Jeff, U.S. Special Forces (first name only)
"The first part of it, I believe, was successful. We did get some pretty good caches. Today, I think, we're more fishing, trying to find intelligence and trying to generate intelligence with radio traffic and see if we can generate something, but that hasn't happened yet."
17. Troops walking past on patrol
18. Soldier looking at map
19. Mid shot of Commander Jeff and soldier looking at map
U-S military forces participating in Operation Mountain Sweep in south-eastern Afghanistan say they discovered more weapons caches on Sunday.
The operation, which began last Sunday, is aimed at capturing or killing al-Qaida members and their supporters as well as gathering intelligence about their presence in the area.
The U.S. troops also continue to collect new intelligence about the existence and location of other hidden arsenals.
Troops uncovered two weapons caches on Friday near Zormat, in Paktika province.
In the village of Nariza in Paktia province on Thursday, seven women were found to be carrying nine grenades for a rocket-propelled launcher under their burqas.
The mission is roughly comparable to Operation Anaconda, when more than two-thousand U-S and coalition troops forced al-Qaida fighters and their Taliban allies to flee their hide-outs in south eastern Afghanistan.