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Taliban's Kunduz Cookout Ruined by Afghan National Airforce

Published June 25, 2021

Footage released by the Afghan National Airforce shows the moment a very large bomb was dropped on a group of around 15 Taliban fighters. It's safe to say the chicken and rice were a little overcooked.


When this footage was initially released, it only showed the strike itself. The Taliban initially denied that this bomb had hit their people, and tried to play it off as if the Afghan National Airforce had dropped a large bomb on their own police force. To prove that the attack had indeed been against Taliban fighters, the Afghan National Airforce responded by releasing the full kinetic strike, which showed the aerial platform observing the target for some time before releasing its payload.


The attack itself took place in the outskirts of the Kunduz province, and I think it's safe to say that this is one Taliban cookout that was permanently ruined. We will continue to keep you updated on the situation that is unfolding in Afghanistan as more footage becomes available.


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Published June 25, 2021

Footage released by the Afghan National Airforce shows the moment a very large bomb was dropped on a group of around 15 Taliban fighters. It's safe to say the chicken and rice were a little overcooked.


When this footage was initially released, it only showed the strike itself. The Taliban initially denied that this bomb had hit their people, and tried to play it off as if the Afghan National Airforce had dropped a large bomb on their own police force. To prove that the attack had indeed been against Taliban fighters, the Afghan National Airforce responded by releasing the full kinetic strike, which showed the aerial platform observing the target for some time before releasing its payload.


The attack itself took place in the outskirts of the Kunduz province, and I think it's safe to say that this is one Taliban cookout that was permanently ruined. We will continue to keep you updated on the situation that is unfolding in Afghanistan as more footage becomes available.


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