WASHINGTON, D.C. (Market Espresso Home Information) — The Pentagon introduced Monday that the final U.S. troops had left Afghanistan, ending America’s longest warfare.
“Each single U.S. service member is out of Afghanistan, I can say that with absolute certainty,” Common Kenneth F. McKenzie, the top of the U.S. Central Command, mentioned at a briefing.
The final U.S. flight out of Afghanistan left at 3:29 p.m. Jap time, McKenzie mentioned. The heads of the State Division and Protection Division groups have been among the many final to depart: Chargé d’Affaires Ross Wilson and Main Common Chris Donahue.
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