U.S. military has recovered remains of two American service members from Air Force E-11 plane that crashed in eastern Afghanistan Monday: U.S. defense official. The plane had a crew of 2 when it crashed. It was not shot down, officials say

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19 February 2020
U.S. military has recovered remains of two American service members from Air Force E-11 plane that crashed in eastern Afghanistan Monday: U.S. defense official. The plane had a crew of 2 when it crashed. It was not shot down, officials say
3 week ago
Ghazni provincial police chief Khalid Wardak tells @Reuters there were 4 bodies and 2 other personnel onboard "who were alive and they are missing."
3 week ago
The US military finds the remains of victims of the crashed plane in Afghanistan
One police Ranger was destroyed in MIED blast in Herat yesterday.3 week ago
One police Ranger was destroyed in MIED blast in Herat yesterday.
3 week ago
Taliban claimed targeting ANDSF convoy in IED attack in Bazariq area of Shor Tapa district of Balkh, claiming to have destroyed one APC & killing 4 soldiers. Also claimed attack on outpost with laser-mounted weapons last night in Chahr Bolak area, claiming 3 dead
3 week ago
Taliban claimed engaging ANDSF convoy on main Kabul-Jalalabad highway in Dabeli area of Sarubi district of Kabul, claiming to have killed a reserve unit commander for Nangarhar (Samun Yar Hedayatullah) along with 2 guards & wounding another commander (Sayed Tahir). Afghanistan
3 week ago
Taliban have suffered casualties in the suprise night raids combined with a ground assault in eastern Nangarhar, but also lost territory in northern Faryab. But the Taliban military officials are preparing their counter-offensive before even spring has started.
Bakhtullah Bakht, a commander of local army forces in Shah Joy district of Zabul province, was killed by unknown gunmen in Kabul city on Tuesday afternoon, Zabul officials confirmed
3 week ago
Takhar's Baharak district fully cleared of Taliban militants: MoD
3 week ago
U.S. Air Force E-11A assigned to the 430th Expeditionary Electronic Combat Squadron based out of Kandahar Airfield, crashed per U.S. military officials. At the moment, the cause of the crash is unknown
More images coming from Ghazni plane crash site.3 week ago
More images coming from Ghazni plane crash site.
U.S. military official says Air Force E-11A airborne communications plane crashed in eastern Afghanistan Monday with "less than 5" on board. Plane is military version of Bombardier Global Express business jet. It's not clear if anyone survived. No sign U.S. plane shot down
3 week ago
[email protected] spokesperson says in emailed statement that CENTCOM is "aware" of the reports of a U.S. aircraft crash in Afghanistan. "We are currently monitoring the situation and will provide additional information when possible."
More Images of Crashed U.S AirForce's Surveillance Aircraft E-11A3 week ago
More Images of Crashed U.S AirForce's Surveillance Aircraft E-11A
3 week ago
Initial reports of a military helicopter crash in Sharana area outskirts of Paktika. Afghanistan
Taliban say the crashed plane was used for espionage purposes & that high ranking CIA officers are killed in the crash3 week ago
Taliban say the crashed plane was used for espionage purposes & that high ranking CIA officers are killed in the crash
Taliban say a U.S aircraft crashed & not shotdown in an official claim3 week ago
Taliban say a U.S aircraft crashed & not shotdown in an official claim
SAF E-11A BACN has crashed in Ghazni, Afghanistan3 week ago
SAF E-11A BACN has crashed in Ghazni, Afghanistan
Reported video from the site of aircraft crash in Ghazni, Afghanistan3 week ago
Reported video from the site of aircraft crash in Ghazni, Afghanistan
Site of crash of aircraft in Ghazni province of Afghanistan3 week ago
Site of crash of aircraft in Ghazni province of Afghanistan
3 week ago
UN gravely concerned as its initial findings indicate at least four children and two women killed Saturday by pro-government forces airstrike in Boka village, Balkh, Afghanistan. UNAMA urges victim support and earliest publication of ANA and USFOR-A investigations
Initial photo of today's Air plane crash in Ghazni province in central Afghanistan3 week ago
Initial photo of today's Air plane crash in Ghazni province in central Afghanistan
3 week ago
Arif Rahmani, an Afghan lawmaker representing Ghazni in parliament, says crashed aircraft had been carrying 15 people, adding ambulances reached the crash site which is controlled by the Taliban
3 week ago
The governor of Ghazni says that the plane has been burned to the ground, thus it's hard to identify. According to him, the local people have extracted a pilot who seems to be a foreign national
3 week ago
According to local sources, the plane that crashed in Ghazni is a military aircraft of Special Operation Forces. Two pilots were reported killed
Ariana Afghan Airline verified account on Facebook rejects reports which said an airplane of this company crashed in central Afghanistan. Ghazni governor Waheedullah Kalimzai told @PazadiRadio the crashed airplane had almost 83 passengers3 week ago
Ariana Afghan Airline verified account on Facebook rejects reports which said an airplane of this company crashed in central Afghanistan. Ghazni governor Waheedullah Kalimzai told @PazadiRadio the crashed airplane had almost 83 passengers
The moment the plane crashed in Ghazni3 week ago
The moment the plane crashed in Ghazni
3 week ago
Plane crash in Ghazni: aircraft that crashed is foreign
3 week ago
Afghanistan Second Vice President Servor Danesh confirms that an Ariana passenger plane crashed in Dah Yak District, Ghazni Province
3 week ago
Afghan passengers plan, flight 358 crushed in Ghazni province. The aircraft was on its way from Kandahar to Kabul. 80 people are reportedly killed. The crush has occurred in area under the Taliban
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