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Air Power Could Turn Tide in Favor of Afghan Forces in 2016

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Afghanistan has lost most of its air force infrastructure and equipment, including jet fighters and attack helicopters, to several decades of war, including the country’s civil war that broke out in the aftermath of the former Soviet Union’s withdrawal from the country in the late 1980s. At one time, the country had a powerful air force that could defend its territory, said Major General Abdul Wahab Wardak, commander of the Afghan Air Force. “Unfortunately, after 1993, the Afghan Air...

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