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The last US Army flight departing from Kabul airport, on AfghanistanIt was at 11:59 pm on Monday. He had barely taken flight, when the Taliban entered facilities controlled by the US military, the final step to have command in the country.
The journalist Nabih Bulos, from Los Angeles Times, shared the video of the exact moment when tAliban enter facility and begin checking equipment, including Boeing CH-47 Chinook helicopters, which are double helix.
“Taliban fighters enter the hangar at Kabul airport and examine Chinook helicopters after the United States left Afghanistan,” he wrote.
The journalist’s video, who has also covered Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Iraq and Yemen, has amassed more than four million views on Twitter alone.
#Taliban fighters enter a hangar in #Kabul Airport and examine #chinook helicopters after #US leaves #Afghanistan. pic.twitter.com/flJx0cLf0p
– Nabih (@nabihbulos) August 30, 2021
In mid-August it was revealed that Taliban would have kept high-tech military equipment that had been delivered by the United States and his allies to the government of Afghanistan, but who abandoned when fleeing the country.
Black Hawk helicopters and an A-29 Super Tucano attack plane are part of the millionaire armament, official reports indicate.
In the past two decades, Republican and Democratic administrations spent approximately $ 83 billion to train and equip Afghan security forces, according to a report by The Hill.
In addition, there would be American-made M4 carbines and M16 rifles, instead of their iconic AK-47s, including American Humvees and mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicles.