The Drug Enforcement Administration is bringing its own rotary-wing aircraft into Afghanistan to fight drug lords, a U.S. military commander says. Lt. Gen. Karl W. Eikenberry, commander, Combined Forces Command-Afghanistan, called the air assets critical in the battle against the Taliban and other enemy forces in Afghanistan at a Sept. 21 Pentagon briefing. Coalition forces there have used the helicopters for troop transportation, intelligence gathering and medevac missions, he ...
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