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Friday, December 9, 2022

As Taliban advanced on Kabul in August, U.S. and coalition aircraft stepped up air strikes dramatically | Air Force Times

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In August, the United States and the now-defunct Islamic Republic of Afghanistan dropped 153 munitions in Afghanistan, the most since October 2020, as the US and the now-defunct Islamic Republic of Afghanistan tried so hard to halt the Taliban’s progress throughout the country ahead of the US withdrawal.

On Aug. 15, that offensive finally overtook Kabul, the center. Defense Department spokesman John Kirby told media on Friday that data on airstrikes and sorties in Central Command, which had been kept secret from the general populace since the US and Taliban agreed to sign the Doha Agreement to end the war in March 2020, was being released at Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s request.

Source: https://www.airforcetimes.com/flashpoints/2021/12/20/as-taliban-advanced-on-kabul-in-august-us-dropped-more-munitions-than-previous-three-months-combined/

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