Sunset at Camp Bastion. If you sold Iso Containers, Afghanistan was the place to be. Most of everything that arrived, and left with the coalition forces came in the back of one of them. This was more complicated than one might first imagine. Afghanistan is landlocked, bordered all around by countries with vested interests, proxy or otherwise. There was a time when it seemed unlikely that Camp Bastion could be dismantled, with Pakistan, the only neighbour with a coastline, denying ISAF access during the drawdown. In time of course, it was resolved, and Bastion is all but gone, apart from a small under-fire contingent of ANA (Afghan National Army), and military advisors from the UK.