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(NSFW) Taliban Technical Deleted Outside of Kandahar

Published Aug. 10, 2021

Members of the Taliban find out that the Afghan Airforce still has something to say about their actions near Kandahar. I don't think the Taliban like what they had to say.


You know what, it's been a while since we've seen the Taliban driving around in technical vehicles. You see, the thing about technical vehicles is they make a nice juicy target for airstrikes. They're mostly just unarmored, barely maneuverable pickup trucks with gigantic heavy weapons mounted to the back of them. On top of that gigantic heavy weapon, they're also usually loaded with ammunition, which stresses the vehicle's ability to maneuver over the rough terrain of Afghanistan, and makes them pretty much sitting ducks.


No surprise here, the Taliban gave away their entire position with the location of this technical and lined themselves up to get absolutely chopped to pieces by the Afghan Airforce. It might be a small air force, and they might be using antiquated fixed and rotary wing assets from the late 90's, but you know what, it's still 2,000% more airpower than the Taliban have, and there really isn't much that they can do about it when the Afghan's stop dropping bombs on them.


The context in this video is pretty simple. Kandahar has been under siege for the past month or so. Every night around 6pm, all cell-phone service is cut off in the area. By 6:30, most of the civilians inside of the city have returned to their home and the fighting starts. That fighting, generally speaking, runs until a bit after sun-up when the Taliban turn in for the night. Whenever the Taliban try to advance, the Afghan Airforce swoops in to assist the commando and infantry units on the ground who have been holding back the siege for some time.


For the foreseeable future, the city of Kandahar remains surrounded by Taliban forces. For the Taliban, recapturing the city of Kandahar is of the utmost importance. They view the city as their birthplace, and as the rightful capital of Afghanistan.


josh brooks

Published Aug. 10, 2021

Members of the Taliban find out that the Afghan Airforce still has something to say about their actions near Kandahar. I don't think the Taliban like what they had to say.


You know what, it's been a while since we've seen the Taliban driving around in technical vehicles. You see, the thing about technical vehicles is they make a nice juicy target for airstrikes. They're mostly just unarmored, barely maneuverable pickup trucks with gigantic heavy weapons mounted to the back of them. On top of that gigantic heavy weapon, they're also usually loaded with ammunition, which stresses the vehicle's ability to maneuver over the rough terrain of Afghanistan, and makes them pretty much sitting ducks.


No surprise here, the Taliban gave away their entire position with the location of this technical and lined themselves up to get absolutely chopped to pieces by the Afghan Airforce. It might be a small air force, and they might be using antiquated fixed and rotary wing assets from the late 90's, but you know what, it's still 2,000% more airpower than the Taliban have, and there really isn't much that they can do about it when the Afghan's stop dropping bombs on them.


The context in this video is pretty simple. Kandahar has been under siege for the past month or so. Every night around 6pm, all cell-phone service is cut off in the area. By 6:30, most of the civilians inside of the city have returned to their home and the fighting starts. That fighting, generally speaking, runs until a bit after sun-up when the Taliban turn in for the night. Whenever the Taliban try to advance, the Afghan Airforce swoops in to assist the commando and infantry units on the ground who have been holding back the siege for some time.


For the foreseeable future, the city of Kandahar remains surrounded by Taliban forces. For the Taliban, recapturing the city of Kandahar is of the utmost importance. They view the city as their birthplace, and as the rightful capital of Afghanistan.


josh brooks

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