The Taliban take the Black Hawk on a fun trip… but they can’t get rid of it after confiscating 200,000 firearms and 20,000 Humvees

The Taliban have captured a captured US Black Hawk helicopter for a fun walk – but couldn’t take it off the ground.

The militants are reported to have stolen up to £13 billion in abandoned weapons and vehicles, including 200,000 firearms and 20,000 Humvees seized from the Afghan army.

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Looks like Taliban fighters are taking a Black Hawk helicopter for a fun walkCredit: Twitter
The helicopter is traveling along the airport

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The helicopter is traveling along the airport
The planes are flying around the Taliban

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The planes are flying around the Taliban
The fanatics couldn't get the plane off the ground

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The fanatics couldn’t get the plane off the ground
Rebels seized weapons given to Afghan forces

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Rebels seized weapons given to Afghan forcesCredit: Avalon.red

The fanatics now began to parade their seized uniforms and equipment after seizing power.

US intelligence officials fear there are about 150 helicopters and aircraft for Taliban insurgents to use, including 45 UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters.

Footage on social media shows militants boarding a Black Hawk helicopter on a fun flight near Kandahar, MailOnline reports.

The helicopter was flying over the tarmac but the Taliban were unable to launch it into the air.

It is still unknown whether the gunmen were trained to fly the helicopter.

Seven Black Hawk helicopters, each costing about $21 million, arrived in Afghanistan last month.

More than 200,000 firearms have been donated to Afghan Army, including M24 snipers and assault weapons, according to a Defense Department report.

The United States has also funded more than 20,000 Humvees and 40,000 light tactical vehicles, including Ford trucks, for the Afghan Defense Forces.

The distinctive white Taliban flags are often seen flying from military four-wheel drive trucks.

About 1,000 demolition trucks were delivered to the Afghan forces, including hundreds of ambush-protected mine-resistant vehicles.

This comes after pictures published by the propaganda arm of the Taliban movement showed its fighters armed with American rifles and riding in American armored vehicles.


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It looks like fighters from Badri Unit 313 from the Special Forces are treating them stolen american equipment As trophies it captured them from the retreating Afghan army as they stormed towards Kabul.

The militants painted the emblem “Victorious Power” on the side of the American-made M1117 armored personnel carrier – believed to be worth $800,000.

Taliban fighters wore American-style military uniforms with helmets that appeared to be fitted with night-vision goggles.

The Rebels appear to have American-made M4A1 rifles in their arms, believed to be worth about $700 each.

The new “Victory Force” unit is Latest shameless satire of the United States who was credited with his disorganized withdrawal from Afghanistan with the handover of power to the Taliban.

As a result of the rapid withdrawal, the Afghan army collapsed and billions of pounds of equipment were handed over to the Taliban during raids on weapons caches.

Taliban fighters are now regularly seen embracing US military-grade offensive weapons.

All that has not been destroyed is now the Taliban king

US official

The United States has spent an estimated £13 billion arming and equipping the Afghan army since 2005 – and officials acknowledged that whatever was left and not destroyed is now in the hands of the Taliban.

Many of these weapons were abandoned or even handed over as Afghan forces collapsed – at times in combat – against the Taliban’s advance.

Aircraft, heavy armor and high-tech equipment were removed but the weapons delivered to the Afghan army were left behind.

“All that has not been destroyed now belongs to the Taliban,” said a US official. Reuters.

It is feared that some of the weapons could fall into the hands of dissident terrorist groups – such as ISIS – or even into the hands of Russia and China.

Getting an accurate account of all the weapons in Afghanistan after nearly 20 years of continuous war is very difficult – but according to an official US report released in 2017, there could be the following:

  • 208 planes
  • 75,898 vehicles
  • 599690 weapons
  • 162,643 pieces of communication technology
  • 16,191 pieces of surveillance equipment

Elias Youssef, deputy director of the Center for International Policy’s Security Assistance Monitoring Center, said: hill: “When an armed group gets its hands on American-made weapons, that’s kind of a status symbol. It’s a psychological win.

“This is clearly an indictment of the US Security Cooperation Foundation on a large scale.

“It should raise a lot of concerns about what the broader project is going on every day, whether that’s in the Middle East, sub-Saharan Africa, or East Asia.”

Taliban forces prevented Afghans from entering Kabul airport after refusing to extend the deadline for the withdrawal of Western forces.

Thousands of people are trying to flee Afghanistan as they try to escape the harsh rule of the Taliban – with fears of mass executions, torture, revenge and repression.

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said that no evacuation aircraft would be allowed from Afghanistan after August 31. He warned that any delay would undermine the troubled truce At the airport and risk slipping back into war.

Terror leaders had previously warned that “there will be consequences” if Western forces cross the “red line” and do not leave on time.

Mujahid confirmed in a press conference today: “August 31 is the appointed time, and after that, something is contrary to the agreement.

“All people should be turned away before that date. After that we will not allow them, it will not be allowed in our country, and we will take a different position.”

He said that Afghan citizens will no longer be allowed to go to Kabul airport and warned the terrorist group about that ‘Does not support’ allowing Afghans to leave the country.

Meanwhile, the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency William Burns with Taliban leader Abdul Ghani Baradar Two US sources told Reuters in Kabul on Monday.

Countries have evacuated nearly 60,000 people over the past 10 days, and troops are trying hard to meet a deadline agreed with the Taliban for the withdrawal of foreign forces.

The White House reiterated that the rescue operation would not be extended beyond the end of the month.

British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said: evacuation effort He is “down for hours now, not weeks” as he admitted that the UK’s involvement would be over when the US left.

Taliban fighters wear a new uniform complete with night vision goggles

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Taliban fighters wear a new uniform complete with night vision gogglesCredit: Avalon.red
More than 200,000 firearms have been donated to the Afghan armies

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More than 200,000 firearms have been donated to the Afghan armiesCredit: Avalon.red
Taliban forces flexing their military muscles as they proudly display their American weapons

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Taliban forces flexing their military muscles as they proudly display their American weaponsCredit: Avalon.red
Taliban forces coined the term

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Taliban forces painted the term “Victorious Power” on the side of the M1117Credit: Twitter
A Taliban fighter pointing in an American style military uniform

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A Taliban fighter pointing in an American style military uniformCredit: Twitter
Taliban spokesman says ‘I don’t think we will extend the deadline’ but the Americans can take ‘everyone who belongs to them’

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