Kabul: Black Hawk helicopters also fell into the hands of the Taliban
The Pentagon has expressed concern that US weapons and technology could fall into the hands of Russia, China or al-Qaeda once the Taliban take control.
The Pentagon has been deeply concerned by the Afghan Taliban’s takeover of US weapons since the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan, according to a report by the British broadcaster Reuters.
US officials say at least 2,000 armored vehicles, 40 planes have fallen into Taliban hands, Black Hawk helicopters and Scan Eagle drones are also in Taliban hands, US technology could fall into the hands of Russia, China or al-Qaeda. Is.
According to US officials, the Afghan army received ارب 28 billion in weapons from 2002 to 2017, 208 aircraft from 2003 to 2016, and very few countries in the world, including Afghanistan, had Black Hawk helicopters. Used planes to flee instead of fighting.
U.S. officials also say 40 to 50 planes have landed in Uzbekistan. Helicopters and planes can be destroyed in air strikes, the focus is currently on evacuating its people from Kabul, Taliban fighters are seen moving around holding American rifles.