BREAKING: Over 50 DEAD In Joint Government Operation- Here’s What We Know


AFGHANISTAN — At least fifty insurgents including several members of the ISIS terrorist group were killed during the joint operations of the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) personnel, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) said Monday.

At least 21 insurgents were also wounded during the operations, according to a statement by the MoD,


At least 16 of the insurgents were killed during the operations conducted in the outskirts of Tarinkot city, the provincial capital of Uruzgan province and at least three others were wounded while 2 of their hideouts were destroyed, Khaama Press reports.

At least 12 insurgents were killed in a separate operation conducted in Kunduz province and 4 of them were wounded and 10 hideouts of them were destroyed, MoD said.

The Afghan forces also conducted operations in Adraskan district of Herat resulting into the elimination of 7 militants while 6 others were wounded, MoD said, adding that 4 ISIS militants were killed in Nazian and Achin districts of Nangarhar.

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MoD also added that 4 militants were killed in a separate operation conducted in Waghez district of Ghazni, 2 were wounded, and three motorcycles belonging to the militants were destroyed.


At least 7 militants were killed and 6 others were wounded during an operation in Sangin district of Helmand, MoD added. reports that Defense Secretary Jim Mattis made an unannounced visit to Kabul to assess the deteriorating security situation across Afghanistan and the long-standing request of Army Gen. John Nicholson, commander of U.S. Forces-Afghanistan and NATO’s Resolute Support mission, for a “few thousand” more U.S. troops to bolster the train, advise and assist operations.

Currently, the U.S. has about 8,500 troops in Afghanistan, backed by about 5,000 troops from NATO members.

Meanwhile, Army Times reports that more than 5,700 soldiers will deploy this summer and fall, with some going to Europe and others to Afghanistan, the Army announced Thursday.

About 4,000 of those soldiers — from the 1st Infantry Division’s 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team — will deploy this fall to Europe in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve.

About 1,700 soldiers from two different units will deploy to Afghanistan, the Army also announced Thursday.

We have our military heroes in our hearts and in our prayers.

Kick some terrorist ass and come home safe!

Source- AFF

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