VIDEO: The Taliban hold a military parade in Kandahar, Afghanistan's second-largest city and the militants' spiritual heartland, using former Afghan and international forces vehicles and helicopters to inaugurate their new "Islamic Emirate Army" pic.twitter.com/IsH4z9tRL2— AFP News Agency (@AFP) November 9, 2021
It’s hard to believe the hasty U.S. exit from Afghanistan was less than three months ago.
A few weeks ago, our CEO and Founder, Adam Andrzejewski, presented our findings on the staggering costs of the U.S. military gear left behind.
Andrzejewski addressed a private national policy conference in Colorado and spoke to over 300 key influencers, policymakers, elected officials, think tanks, action tanks, and other guests.
He shared more on how the U.S. provided Afghan security forces with:600,000 weapons;75,000 military vehicles;16,000 pieces of night vision equipment;hundreds of airplanes, helicopters, etc., and much more.WATCH: AFGHANISTAN — THE STAGGERING COSTS
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