Saturday, May 21, 2022

Topic: Afghanistan

Ukraine receives first Mi-17 helicopters from US

Ukrainian Armed Forces reportedly have received its first Mi-17 Hip helicopters as part of U.S. military and security assistance. On Monday, Foreign Policy's Jack Detsch posted a Tweet...

Ukrainian army to receive ex-Afghan helicopters

The Ukrainian Armed Forces expects to receive new helicopters, including five Mi-17V5s and one Mi-8MTV, as part of U.S. military aid. The U.S. reportedly will provide Ukraine with...

US considering providing ex-Afghan Mi-17 helicopters for Ukraine

The United States is considering providing Ukraine with more weapons, including Mil Mi-17 helicopters previously belonged to the Afghan Air Force, CNN reported Monday. On November 22, CNN...

Taliban find dozens of ballistic missiles in Panjshir Valley

Taliban members found dozens of short-range ballistic missiles and warheads stored in Panjshir Valley. Taliban militants had taken the last holdout - Panjshir Valley in the east of...

MD Helicopters pick up Army contracts to support Afghan light attack helicopters

MD Helicopters, Inc. (MDHI) announces two independent contract awards worth $43.9 million from Army Contracting Command-Redstone supporting the Afghan Air Force’s MD 530F Cayuse Warrior light attack...

U.S. Air Force sent more B-52H bombers to support withdraw troops from Afghanistan

The U.S. Air Force has confirmed that it deployed two additional B-52H Stratofortress strategic bombers to Qatar to protect the orderly and responsible withdrawal of U.S. and...

U.S. Air Force B-52 bombers support withdraw troops from Afghanistan

The U.S. Air Force said in a statement that its B-52H Stratofortress aircraft are deployed to Al Udeid AB to protect U.S. and coalition forces as they...

Terrifying new video shows moment Afghan military helicopter crash

An Afghan Air Force Mi-17 multirole helicopter, that was used in resupply missions by Afghan National Security Forces, crashed on Wednesday night, killing four crews and five...

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