The US sends more warplanes to Afghanistan to protect troop pullout
The United States has deployed a dozen additional warplanes to bolster the protection of American and coalition troops making a final withdrawal from Afghanistan as Taliban insurgents step up pressure on Afghan government forces, top Pentagon officials said Thursday.
Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said F-18,f-15, and f-22 raptor, attack planes have been added to a previously announced package of air and sea power — including the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower aircraft carrier in the North Arabian Sea and six Air Force B-52 bombers based in Qatar — that can be called upon as protection for withdrawing troops. Also, part of that previously announced package are several hundred Army Rangers.
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