The US military team was ambushed by the Taliban, a Hummer was launched in a loud noise, and four American soldiers died.

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The US military team was ambushed by the Taliban, a Hummer was launched in a loud noise, and four American soldiers died.

2018-12-07 20:25:43 25 ℃

According to the US Department of Defense, an injured American soldier died. He was on November 27th in the Gandhi Andal region of Afghanistan. The impulsive device was injured in the execution of the mission, and this incident has caused the death of three other US soldiers. Recently, the Taliban in Afghanistan announced the process of the explosion and saw a US mine-protected vehicle passing through the lens.

The second is also a US mine-protected vehicle. It is estimated that the Taliban believes that the improvised explosive device is not harmful enough to it. There was no detonation; the 17th anniversary of the Afghan war launched by the United States, and this incident shows that it will continue.

The third military vehicle of the US military team is Hummer, although its off-road performance makes it maneuverable, but the protection is relatively good. Weakness is often the target of improvised explosive device attacks; the Taliban’s ambush is also locked in the Hummer.

A slammed improvised explosive device lifted the Hummer, and the wounded killed in the explosion caused a total of 4 A US soldier was killed; in November, a total of five US soldiers died in Afghanistan, the most deadly month of the year.

The picture shows three American soldiers killed on the spot in the explosion, and the total death of the US military in Afghanistan so far this year The number of people reached 14; at the same time, in the past three years, Afghan security forces have lost more than 28,000 soldiers and police.

The death of the army sergeant Jason Mitchell McClary, who is the youngest of the four US soldiers, this year 24 Years ago; more than 2,400 American soldiers have died since the beginning of the war in 2001. From a realistic point of view, it is unlikely that the US military will withdraw from Afghanistan soon, as this may lead to the Taliban regaining control of Afghanistan.