US BEGINS TO WITHDRAW EQUIPMENT FROM AFGHANISTAN

April 23, 2021

US BEGINS TO WITHDRAW EQUIPMENT FROM AFGHANISTAN

The US military begins to packed and shipped equipment; this since President Biden reported his decision to end America’s longest war last week.

The deadline Biden has set for troops to withdraw is absolute; no potential for an extension based on intesify conditions on the ground.

There is no significant US military presence in the countries near Afghanistan that would allow confronts with the American forces, the commander of US Central Command said.

The Pentagon also approved the sending of maritime strengths to the region, to guarantee security for American and NATO forces as well.

To provide “force protection” for troops leaving the nation, several hundred ground troops and air patrol will be sent to Afghanistan; and also mantain security. 

There’s specific concern approximately the security of troops as they take off more inaccessible areas around Kandahar, Jalalabad. And a few special operations force areas in eastern Afghanistan.

Currently, there are 2,500 US ordinary forces in Afghanistan additionally hundreds of special operations forces that are not freely acknowledged.

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