U.S.A. crew kills Afghans

According to a report, the crew of a US military cargo plane that was hanged by civilians before it was on the verge of death during the evacuation of chaos from Afghanistan was cleared of wrongdoing.

Ten months after the disturbing scene was captured on camera, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations said. Military.com on Monday The C-17 Globemaster III crew did nothing wrong after taking off from Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport.

The investigation was announced last August when human remains were found in a well at the wheel of a plane after it landed at a base in Qatar. It is not clear when the case was decided.

The Special Investigations Office told Military.com that staff worked during “unprecedented evacuations where resources were limited in security and ongoing evacuation activities.”

Afghans fleeing Taliban capture US military plane
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The staff judge advocacy offices of both the Air Mobility Command and the U.S. Central Command reviewed the findings of the inquiry and agreed that the air crew was in accordance with applicable engagement rules and the overall arming law. “Conflict,” Linda Card, a spokeswoman for the Office of Special Investigations, told the outlet.

By the time of the busy departure, the plane had been surrounded by Afghans seeking refuge with the Taliban in the last days of a long US presence in the country.

Footage of civilians falling off a plane after takeoff became a sign of random departure. It is not known how many civilians were killed as a result of this horrific scene.

The evacuation was unprecedented and resources were limited, partly because the staff had been cleared of any wrongdoing.
The evacuation was unprecedented and resources were limited, partly because the staff had been cleared of any wrongdoing.
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An Air Force spokeswoman, Anne Stefanik, told Military.com that the crew made the right call and was flying again.

“The crew of the aircraft and the sharp thinking ensured the safety of the crew and their aircraft,” Stefanik said in a statement. “After receiving the proper care and services to help deal with any trauma from this unparalleled experience, the crew returned to flight status.”

“It was a tragic event and our hearts are with the families of those who died,” he added.