US left over US- 7bn worth weapons in Afghanistan |nigeria news today headlines update today

US left over US$ 7bn worth weapons in Afghanistan

US forces left behind military equipment value over U.S.$ seven billion throughout their chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan last August, the Pentagon has reportedly discovered in an exceedingly long-awaited declaration.

Washington gave Afghan Government forces U$ 18.6 billion of weaponry from 2005 to 2021, and US$ 7.1 billion of that gear remained in the war-torn country when the U.S. withdrawal on August thirty, CNN cited the Pentagon as saying on wednesday.

The congressionally mandated report is one more reminder of the severe losses incurred throughout the chaotic U.S. pull-out, that resulted in 13 troop deaths and also the abandonment of thousands of american citizens and Afghan allies. Critics of President Joe Biden’s administration have decried the Pentagon’s failure to stay U.S. weapons from falling into taliban hands.

US left over US- 7bn worth weapons in Afghanistan |nigeria news today headlines update today
US left over US- 7bn worth weapons in Afghanistan |nigeria news today headlines update today

“Nobody ever thought such stupidity as this feeble-brained withdrawal was possible,” said former President Donald Trump, who needed causation in troops to retrieve the equipment or bombing the gear to destroy it.

Some of the abandoned materiel, as well as 78 craft that were left at kabul airport, was for good disabled before U.S. forces withdrew, the Pentagon report showed. over $920 million value of american planes remained in Afghanistan when Washington’s exit, as did 40,000 military vehicles.

Also left behind were communications gear, over 300,000 weapons and most of the 42,000 items of specialised equipment that had been given to Afghan government forces. Those items enclosed radio systems, secret writing devices, transmitters, night vision goggles, surveillance gear and “biometric and positioning equipment,” the Pentagon aforesaid. Most of the 9,524 air-to-ground munitions that were left behind were non-precision explosives.

Ukraine was the beneficiary of some supplies that had originally been earmarked for Afghanistan. The report showed that 5 Mi-17 helicopters were formally transferred to kiev this year when previously being sent to the previous Soviet republic for maintenance work. equipment instrumentation shifted to land enclosed 37,000 mortar shells, as well as rifle ammunition, bomb cartridges and 119,000 82mm mortar rounds.

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