Kabul Airlift Resumes Hours After Deadly Bomb Attack

U.S. Marines guard a checkpoint at the Kabul airport on Aug. 21.
Credit: Staff Sgt. Victor Mancilla/USMC
A furious air evacuation from Kabul, Afghanistan, continued hours after a bomb and rifle attack by suspected terrorists killed 12 U.S. service members and scores of Afghan civilians, U.S. Central Command’s top officer said on Aug. 26. “We’re still committed to flowing people out until we wrap up...

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