US Air Force strikes in Afghanistan, destroyed Taliban hideouts

The US has swung into action after Taliban terrorists played a bloody game and captured more than half of the country’s districts. US Air Force fighter jets and drones have selectively carried out attacks on Taliban positions throughout the night. This has been confirmed by the US Defense Ministry, the Pentagon. It is being told that this is the first major air strike by the US after the withdrawal of American forces. The US warned the Taliban that it would launch air strikes if the violence did not stop.

According to a Vice of America report, the attack targeted military equipment and weapons that the Taliban had captured. The Taliban snatched it from the Afghan army. It is being told that these attacks have been done in Kandahar where Taliban terrorists are continuously attacking. Many people are also claiming that America has also used its long-range bomber in this attack.

Taliban now occupy half of Afghanistan

The US has carried out air strikes in Afghanistan over the past several days as an attempt to help Afghan security forces fighting Taliban guerrillas, the AP reported. Reports of US airstrikes in Afghanistan come a day after the most senior US military official admitted the Taliban had achieved “strategic momentum” and now occupied nearly half of Afghanistan’s more than 400 district centres.

However, the Pentagon did not give details of its air strikes in Afghanistan. Pentagon press secretary John Kirby told reporters, “Without getting into the specifics, I can say that over the past several days we have carried out airstrikes to assist the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF), but I am not aware of the strategic details of these attacks.” but i won’t talk

US military withdrawal is more than 95 percent complete

According to a CNN news report, a defense official said that the US military has carried out about six or seven airstrikes in the past 30 days, most of them with drones. At the same time, the US Central Command recently said that the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan is more than 95 percent complete. President Joe Biden has said the troop withdrawal will be completed by the end of August.

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