The Taliban announced the ambush of the US military team video, deliberately let go of the mine-protected vehicle and detonated the roadside bomb

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The Taliban announced the ambush of the US military team video, deliberately let go of the mine-protected vehicle and detonated the roadside bomb

2018-12-06 20:25:05 53 ℃

After the death of the 24-year-old Army Sergeant Jensen Mitchell McLarry, last week (November 26) A roadside bomb attack (IED) in Ghazni, Afghanistan, has killed four American soldiers, and a video released by the Taliban militant group shows the whole process of the attack.

Two cars in the team The lightning protection vehicle was let go.

According to the ambush video taken by the Taliban armed groups announced on December 5th by the “almasdarnews” website, the ambush was clearly targeted. The Taliban militants chose to detonate the bomb after the two anti-mine vehicles of the US military fleet. The bomb destroyed a light armored vehicle in the team, killing three soldiers on the spot and seriously injuring another soldier (has died due to medical treatment) .

According to CNN's December 3 report, in addition to the ineffective death of McLarry, the three people who died on the spot included Army Captain Andrew P. Terry Cross and Army Sergeant. Eric Michael Elmond and Air Force Sergeant Dylan J. Elchin. The Taliban armed groups claimed responsibility for the attack, the most deadly attack on US soldiers in Afghanistan.

US media said that the current Taliban militant group is resurgent near Ghazni, forcing the United States to send more troops into the The region helped the Afghan army, even the top commander of the United States and NATO forces in Afghanistan, General Scott Miller, was photographed carrying the M4 carbine with him when he visited the Ghazni area earlier this month.