Gravitas: Taliban claims it can fix 'dismantled' U.S. Aircraft


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Gravitas: Taliban claims it can fix 'dismantled' U.S. Aircraft



The Joe Biden administration claims that U.S. aircraft left behind in Afghanistan are ‘inoperable’. The Taliban say their engineers can fix all aircraft. But, how will …

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  1. I’d hope they will let them pack into the aircraft and the U.S will shut the aircraft down mid flight, wouldn’t that be smart. Oh yeah we have democrats running this show. Nevermind.

  2. As far as restoring aircraft. I don’t think it’s a situation of all or none. Instead, I think it’s a scenario of degraded efforts to field many active aircraft. Unless China or Russia (maybe Pakistan) makes a significant effort to provide materials and expertise, it’s gonna be a continued cannibalism type aircraft program. I think they know this and really everyone does. I’m no expert in the region, but it seems to me that all the surrounding countries are mostly interested in keeping Afghanistan a predictable buffer state. I think that involves limited support to ensure unmolested trade and resource exploitation , and no insurgency on the borders. Taliban are better suited to protect trade and deal with troublemakers. But that support will do nothing for the country’s infrastructure. Basically the Taliban will be fine and everyone else will probably suffer from lack of healthcare, proper food security, etc. At the end of the day Pro America Afghanistan had the Taliban as the continued nemesis. Taliban Afghanistan has nobody blocking their way. Partially because the countries like China, and Pakistan have a much more cost effective way to get what they want. Big bag of cash quid pro quo

  3. shouldve just left a remote explosive on those vehicles and put a very visible number on the paint of that vehicle. so the army wouldve known what vehicle to detonate when taliban seized it as everybody knew would happen if the us troops left.

  4. The helicopters are not Chinooks, but rather the Boeing Vertol CH-46 Sea Knight. Known colloquially as the "Phrog", the Sea Knight was used the Marine Corps and Navy…

  5. Just for a news agintcy to mess up what helicopters are left behind in the pictures
    of the ones in the hargar thos "chinooks" are Ch-46 sea knights NOT a Chinook ,the ones that is given the name of the Chinook is the Ch-47 if you don't believe me Google it.