Afghan Transition To Black Hawks Criticized

Credit: Black Hawk: U.S. Army
LONDON—A U.S. Defense Department decision to transition the Afghan Air Force from the Russian-built Mi-17 to U.S.-made UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters has been criticized in a congressional report. According to the Lead Inspector General for Operation Freedom’s Sentinel, the current U.S.-led military...

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