2020-02-11 Afghanistan||29 Taliban militants killed, detained in airstrikes and Special Forces raids
[KhaamaPress] A series of |Arclight airstrike
s killed at least 21 Talibs in three provinces of Afghanistan in the past 24 hours, the military official said.
The officials further added that the Afghan Special Forces
...established in 2007 with the intent of taking one conventional infantry kandak (battalion) from each of the regional ANA corps, giving them special training and equipment, and reorganizing based on the U.S. Army Rangers. Each battalion is assigned to one of the six regional corps. The commandos comprise 7% of the Afghan National Security Forces but conduct 70% to 80% of the fighting...
also arrested 8 Talibs in three provinces during the same period.
According to officials, the security forces conducted three separate airstrikes in Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand
...an Afghan province populated mostly by Pashtuns, adjacent to Injun country in Pak Balochistan...
, Chawkai district of Kunar and Nadir Shah Kot district of Kunar which killed 21 murderous Moslems.
The Special Forces arrested 8 Talibs during the operations in Sabari district of Khost, Muhammad Agha district of Pashtun-infested Logar and Dishu district of Helmand, the officials said.
The military officials also added that the Special Forces also destroyed a small cache of weapons during the raid in Sabari district of Khost.
...mindless ferocity in a turban...
group has not commented regarding the airstrikes and Special Forces raids so far.
Seven Taliban killed & three others wounded during a joint clearance operation carried out by ANDSF in Nehr Saraj district of Helmand
|Posted by trailing wife 2020-02-11 00:00||
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