Military Situation In Afghanistan On June 23, 2019 (Map Update)

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A brief overview of the recent developments in Afghanistan:

  • US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad says that the next round of the US-Taliban talks will begin on June 29;
  • The Taliban advanced on government forces positions near the Chahar Chino district, Lohar province. Pro-government sources claim that 7 Taliban members were killed and 2 others were injured;
  • The Taliban media wing said that raids and IED attacks had targeted pro-government forces in the provincial capital of Ghazni on June 19. Up to 19 pro-government fighters were reportedly killed or injured;
  • Clashes between the Taliban and pro-government forces were reported in the Ghormach district, Faryab Province.
Military Situation In Afghanistan On June 23, 2019 (Map Update)

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  • VETCON

    The Taliban media wing?

    I thought we had these 7th Century pigs all but finished. This is what happens when the military is not allowed to totally annihilate the enemy.

    • frankly

      This is what happens when your military is the enemy. The clearest symbol of Imperial aggression is a fleet of stupidly big vehicles. It screams, yeah we aren’t welcome, but we have to stay.

      Just ask any US personnel who interact with the locals. Oh never mind, they are all dead.

      Well if dead men could talk they would tell ya, stay in the truck. More to the point, don’t enlist.

      • Joe R.

        Or just ‘suck-it-up’. We’re kicking their a** so bad over there they are going to HAVE TO come here and fight us in some fashion. Gird you loins.

        • frankly

          Was it Ho Chi Minh who said, paraphrasing, they will kill a lot of us, we will kill a few of them. In the end we will win. He was talking about Viet Nam, another big ass kicking session.

          We seem most adept recently at turning our friends against us. They are forming another coalition of the Un-willing as we speak.

          I can just imagine our precious snowflakes running out of Red Bull and shooting their commanders, just like in Viet Nam. Oh gung ho are ya, smarten up or die fool.