The United States planned to use force against the Taliban regime in Afghanistan for a long time.

The September 11 terrorist attacks accelerated the pace of the Bush administration’s use of force against Afghanistan.

But to really put it into practice, we still need to make a series of preparations.

After the “9 ` 11” terrorist incident, while stepping up the investigation and evidence collection and dealing with the aftermath, the US government quickly made the decision to counter terrorist attacks by military means, established a three-level command system and formulated an all-round strike plan according to the actual combat objects, combat terrain and social conditions.

Six hours after the terrorist attack, Bush held a teleconference with Vice President Cheney, national security assistant rice, Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld and other members of the National Security Council at aufort Air Force Base in Nebraska to decide on military retaliation.

On September 13, Bush asked the Department of defense to formulate a military strike action plan as soon as possible, including large-scale bombing, small-scale secret operations, ground attack and “proxy war” mainly relying on forces such as the Afghan anti tower alliance.

On the 14th, Bush declared a national state of emergency.

On the 15th, Bush announced that the United States had entered a state of war and ordered the US military to be fully prepared for military strikes.

In order to completely eradicate al Qaeda and overthrow its patron, the Taliban regime, the US government established a wartime cabinet, the US military established a theater joint command center and a front command center, and formed a three-level command organization.

The wartime cabinet is composed of President Bush, Vice President Cheney, Secretary of State Powell, Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld, national security assistant rice, attorney general Ashcroft, FBI Director Miller, CIA director tenet, and general miles, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of staff.

Its main mission is to directly lead the war process, supervise the formulation of operational plans and reasonably determine the strike targets.

The theater joint command center for combat operations in Afghanistan is subordinate to the central command of the United States military.

It is located at mcdill Air Force Base in pattan, Florida, and is responsible for the operational command of all combat operations in Afghanistan.

The main personnel include admiral Franks, commander in chief of the central command, lieutenant general Dillon, deputy commander in chief of the central command, lieutenant general Moore, commander of the Navy and commander of the Fifth Fleet of the central command, lieutenant general mikolachek, commander of the army of the third army and central command, Lieutenant general ward, commander of the air force of the central command, etc.

In the “enduring freedom” operation, Franks served as the chief commander of the operation.

Together with Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of staff miles, he formed the command and decision-making group of the Bush administration’s military strike against Afghanistan.

According to the requirements of President Bush and the wartime cabinet, the US inter departmental anti-terrorism command and coordination organization has formulated a comprehensive plan for a long-term war on terrorism, including legal, economic, diplomatic and military means, in a short time.

On this basis, the Ministry of national defense has studied and formulated a military action plan against the Taliban regime and Al Qaeda.

The plan includes a variety of action plans of different scales, such as air Firepower Strike, special operations and ground attack.

At the same time, it also established the operational objectives of overthrowing the Taliban regime and capturing bin Laden, as well as the war guiding ideology of focusing on air firepower attack, highlighting special operations, giving full play to the role of the anti Tajikistan alliance and carefully implementing large-scale ground war.

In terms of military strike operations, the U.S. military plans to attack the possible hiding place of Osama bin Laden first, and include some important targets in the key attack scope.

It mainly includes: the military airport in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, the government office building, and the Taliban barracks and fortresses in the north of Kabul.

The training camps set up by bin Laden in Afghanistan include two training camps near Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan and five training camps set up along Kunar, Nangarhar, Lugar, paktiya and Kandahar in five provinces along the Afghan Pakistani border.

Kandahar city, an important military town in southeastern Afghanistan, and its nearby airport.

Bin Laden’s hundreds of buildings, including a residential area in Kandahar and another in Logar province in central Afghanistan.

Airports and military bases in and around Jalalabad.

Airports and military bases in Kunar province.

Taliban Garrison and airport near the border between Afghanistan and Iran near herat city.

The Taliban Air Force Base in sindand, southwest Afghanistan.

Most of these targets are calibrated by the US special forces that sneaked into Afghanistan in advance.

The high-level command organization has repeatedly weighed them, not only taking into account the political and diplomatic influence to prevent the injury of innocent civilians, but also focusing on military purposes and striving to attack each other to the greatest extent.

In addition, in order to cooperate with the military strike, the US government has also carried out an all-round attack on international terrorist organizations by comprehensively using various means such as financial war, information war, intelligence war and legal war.

After the war plan was drawn up, the United States and its allies quickly mobilized troops from bases around the world to gather troops in Central Asia near Afghanistan.

By the time of the war, the United States and its allied forces had surrounded Afghanistan on all sides.

The east road is dominated by the “enterprise” and “Carl Vinson” aircraft carrier battle groups deployed in the Arabian Sea and the “Kitty Hawk” aircraft carrier battle group deployed in the Indian Ocean.

It has nearly 200 aircraft and can launch large-scale attacks at any time.

South Road, in order to create conditions for military strike operations, the United States sought the assistance of Pakistan.

Pakistan agreed to allow us aircraft to enter and leave its airspace to carry out combat missions and provided necessary assistance.

At the same time, Pakistan has also closed its border with Afghanistan.

On the West Road, the U.S. military has more than 50 F-15, F-16 and other types of aircraft at inchelik Air Force Base in Turkey, and 140 aircraft in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

They can start from these bases at any time and fly directly to Afghanistan for bombing.

At the same time, the Turkish army has also entered a state of maximum alert to assist the US military at any time.

North Road, after consultation with Russia, the U.S. military can use the Air Force bases and military facilities of the Russian Federation in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan to send air and ground forces to attack the Taliban and Al Qaeda from the north.

The combat forces and deployment of the British army and other countries are: the British air force has deployed about 30 aircraft in the Gulf region, mainly including “tornado” gr4gr4a fighter bomber, “tornado” F-3 fighter, “hunting fan” MR2 reconnaissance aircraft and vc-10 air forceTanker, E-3D early warning aircraft, “harrier” GR7 fighter, etc.

In addition, Canada sent four flight teams and Australia sent four FA-18 and two P-3 aircraft to participate in the war.

The Royal Navy has 24 ships deployed in the Gulf under the leadership of the aircraft carrier excellence.

Among them, there are 10 aircraft carrier formations, 8 amphibious brigades and 6 Minesweeper brigades.

On September 20, 2001, the fleet joined the fleet led by the reinforced helicopter aircraft carrier “ocean”, and the number of British ships in the Gulf region reached nearly 30.

Meanwhile, the Royal Navy also sent three “Trafalgar” class nuclear powered submarines to the Gulf region.

In addition, before the war began, Canada sent five warships to the Gulf region, Australia sent three warships, and NATO sent six warships to the Mediterranean.

British ground forces in the Gulf region include the 1st Armored Division, 4th armored brigade, Royal special Air Service Regiment, etc.

In addition, Canada, Germany, Australia, France, Turkey, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, the Czech Republic, Poland, Japan, South Korea, Jordan and other countries also sent a small number of army special forces, infantry, engineers, chemical defense forces, naval support ships and early warning aircraft and combat aircraft of the air force to assist the US military in war preparation and war process.

Among them, Canada, Germany, Australia and France sent about 1500 troops to Afghanistan and its surrounding areas to assist the US military in combat operations.

They are the countries that send the most troops outside the UK.

The anti Taliban coalition fighting forces participating in the combat against the Taliban mainly include the “Supreme Council for the defence of the motherland” headed by President Rabbani, the Islamic Promotion Association led by Rabbani and Massoud, the Islamic national movement led by Dostam and the Islamic Unity Party led by Khalili, as well as the anti Taliban Coalition composed of some small parties.

Because Rabbani and Masud are concentrated in the northeast of Afghanistan, Dostam is in the northwest and Khalili is in the middle and North, it is also called “Northern Alliance” in geographical concept.

In addition, Pashtun armed forces in southern Afghanistan launched an uprising, which became the main force to seize Kandahar with the cooperation of the US military and the anti Tajik alliance.

According to relevant statistics, the total number of anti Tajik coalition forces involved in the war is about 15000-20000, including 3000 newly recruited reserve armed personnel.

The main types and quantities of weapons and equipment of their forces are as follows: light weapons include AK-47 automatic rifles, machine guns, rocket launchers, gun howitzers and recoilless guns.

There are 60 ~ 70 armored vehicles in tanks and armored forces, including t-62, t-54 and t-55 main battle tanks, BMP infantry combat vehicles, BTR armored personnel carriers and brdm-2 reconnaissance vehicles.

The artillery has 107, 122, 130 and 220 mm multi barrel rocket launchers, 76, 82 and 120 mm mortars, and 100, 122 and 152 mm artillery.

Air defense weapons include zsu-23-4, zu-23-2 self-propelled anti-aircraft guns and “stinger” surface to air missiles.

There are also froc-7 surface to surface missiles and Scud B short-range ballistic missiles (up to 25 ~ 30).

The air force has 8 transport helicopters and 3-4 transport aircraft.

Facing the situation of US troops pressing on the border, the Taliban and Al Qaeda are well aware that war is inevitable.

On the one hand, they launched a diplomatic war with the United States through the propaganda media of Afghanistan and other Arab countries to win the sympathy of the international community and delay the preparation process of the US military strike.

On the other hand, the Taliban held several high-level meetings to discuss countermeasures, adjusted the deployment of military forces in Afghanistan, mobilized the whole people, distributed a large number of weapons, built fortifications, and stepped up war preparation in response to the military attack of the US military.

In September 2001, Jane’s defense weekly published the military strength and weapons and equipment of the Taliban and Al Qaeda: 45000 ~ 50000 Taliban armed fighters.

Light weapons mainly include AK-47 automatic rifles, machine guns, rocket launchers, gun howitzers and recoilless guns.

There are 650 tanks and armored vehicles in the tank and armored forces, including t-62, t-54 and t-55 main battle tanks, BMP infantry combat vehicles, BTR armored personnel carriers and brdm-2 reconnaissance vehicles.

The artillery is mainly 122 mm and 152 mm artillery, 107 mm and 122 mm multi barrel rockets, 76 mm, 82 mm and 120 mm mortars.

The air defense forces are mainly 23mm zu-23-2 self-propelled anti-aircraft guns and 100mm anti-aircraft guns, and have American made “stinger” surface to air missiles.

The air force has 10 Su-22 fighters, 5 MiG-21 fighters, 10 transport helicopters and 40 transport aircraft.

The weapons and equipment of the Taliban are mainly light weapons, and most of the heavy weapons and equipment cannot be used due to the long-term lack of spare parts and maintenance conditions.

According to the analysis of the anti Tajik alliance personnel, the Taliban can normally use less than 30 tanks, 15 MiG-21 and Su-22 fighters, 7-10 Scud missiles and 300 “stinger” surface to air missiles (most of which are close to the expiration date).

Al Qaeda has about 55 strongholds and training bases in Afghanistan, with more than 13000 people under its jurisdiction, including Arabs, Pakistanis, Filipinos, Chechens and 3500 Pakistani fundamentalists.

In a base in Lugar Province, there are also an unknown number of Czechs and Bulgarians, as well as coaches from Libya, Tunisia and Egypt.

The main military force is the 55th brigade stationed in the southern region of Kabul.

The brigade has more than 5000 people, including 1500 Arab and Pakistani fundamentalists, under the command of bin Laden’s deputy atif.

Most of Al Qaeda’s military facilities in Afghanistan are located in and around Kabul, southern Kandahar, Eastern Jalalabad and Mazar-e-Sharif in northern Afghanistan.

In addition, the organization has also built many caves with air defense functions in the eastern mountainous areas of Afghanistan.

The caves have complete facilities and a large number of weapons and equipment, which can resist the attack of bombs and missiles.

In addition to learning ordinary combat skills such as automatic rifles, pistols, machine guns, rocket launchers and blasting, members of the “base” organization focus on learning “four skills” such as how to assassinate, destroy, poison and manufacture explosives.

They are equipped with more advanced weapons than the Taliban armed forces, and their combat effectiveness is much stronger than the Taliban armed forces.

Before the war, the main forces of the Taliban and Al Qaeda were concentrated in central, Eastern and southern AfghanistanAnd major cities in the West.

Among them, the capital Kabul and its surrounding areas have gathered the main forces of Taliban armed forces and Al Qaeda, with less troops in the South and West.

During the preparation for the war, Omar held meetings of Taliban military leaders on many occasions to study possible ways for the United States to carry out military strikes against Afghanistan, made emergency deployment and adjustment of Taliban forces, and sent an additional force and some foreign mercenaries to Mazar-i-Sharif, Kunduz and other important cities in northern Afghanistan, Used to reinforce the defensive forces of major cities in the northern region.

At the same time, Omar and other leaders of the Taliban left their original locations and offices and moved to secret hiding places.

The anti-terrorism campaign led by the US and British forces against the Taliban regime and Al Qaeda in Afghanistan began with the air raid on October 7, 2001.

This air raid, known as the “operation freedom” plan, is generally divided into two major stages.

The first phase of strategic air strikes (from October 7 to October 20, 2001) American and British forces began to carry out military strikes against Afghanistan at 20:57 local time on October 7.

15 US bombers, including B-1 and B-52 bombers, took off from the military base on Diego Garcia island in the Indian Ocean, and B-2 bombers took off from Whitman Air Force Base in Missouri.

Escorted by 25 fighters (FA-18 and F-14 fighters deployed on the aircraft carriers Carl Vinson and enterprise), they attacked the Taliban government institutions and airports in Kabul, central Afghanistan The Kandahar command center of the Taliban base in the south, the military base in Jalalabad, an important military town in the East, and the air base in sindand in the West carried out fierce air strikes.

Two US Aegis class destroyers and two British Trafalgar class nuclear submarines fired more than 50 Tomahawk cruise missiles.

The first round of air strikes hit a total of 31 targets, and Mansour, commander of the Afghan Taliban air force, was killed in the air strike.

On the evening of October 8, the US military launched another air strike against Afghanistan.

Five U.S. bombers, including two B-2 bombers taking off from Whitman Air Force Base in Missouri, and three B-1 bombers taking off from Diego Garcia Island, escorted by 10 fighter planes (FA-18 and F-14 fighters deployed on the aircraft carriers Carl Vinson and enterprise), attacked Kabul in central Afghanistan, Kandahar in southern Afghanistan Air strikes were carried out in Mazar-e-Sharif and Kunduz in the north.

Us destroyers “John Paul Jones” and “mcfad” and a Los Angeles class nuclear submarine participated in the air raid and launched 15 “Tomahawk” cruise missiles.

Kabul’s International Airport and radio and television transmission tower were destroyed.

After the second round of air strikes, the US military has destroyed 85% of the planned targets.

At 4:00 a.m. on October 9 and 9:00 p.m. on October 9, the U.S. military successively carried out the third and fourth rounds of air strikes against Afghanistan, with the scale and style of the strike similar to that of the second round.

Six important cities in Afghanistan Kabul, Kandahar, Jalalabad, sindand, Mazar-e-Sharif and Kunduz were severely damaged by the US military’s repeated air strikes.

About 19 old-fashioned “MIG” fighters and helicopters of the Taliban were destroyed, and there were few armored vehicles such as tanks left, and the number of casualties of the troops was rising.

On the evening of October 10, under the cover of darkness, US bombs poured on the targets in and around Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, as scheduled.

Kabul airport was the key bombing target.

In addition, Kandahar, Jalalabad and herat were also the targets of this key assault.

The US military used the laser guided “GBU-28” ground penetrating bomb in the bombing.

On the afternoon of October 11, the US military carried out its first daytime bombing of Kabul, mainly attacking the Taliban military academy and artillery camp in the east of Kabul and the military camp adjacent to the airport in the north.

Kandahar was also attacked by the US military during the day.

The US military used a highly lethal cluster bomb for the first time in the bombing.

On October 13, after a short pause, in the early morning, the US military again attacked Kabul and other places.

On October 16, the US military launched an extremely fierce air raid on Afghanistan.

It is striking that two ac-130h fighters of special forces participated in the battle, which indicates that the US air raid has entered a new stage of close combat.

On October 17, the US B-52 strategic bomber bombed the Taliban’s forward position north of Kabul for the first time.

On October 18, the U.S. military used the ro-1 predator unmanned reconnaissance and attack aircraft for the first time in its air raid on Afghanistan and fired Hellfire surface to air missiles at the retreating convoy of the Taliban.

This is the first time in the world to use UAVs as offensive weapons in actual combat.

Since then, the US military has significantly strengthened its attacks on the Taliban forces guarding Kabul.

Since then, the US military’s bombing of important strategic targets is coming to an end, but it still focuses on cracking down on the bunkers and caves used by the Taliban regime and bin Laden’s “base” organization, driving Taliban and Al Qaida personnel out of the bases, bunkers and caves, first “killing” and then using special forces to hunt down, that is, then “fishing”.

This kind of attack is intermittent.

By October 20, the US military had basically destroyed the strategic value targets on the surface of Afghanistan.

The combat commander of the Joint Chiefs of staff of the US Army, newbird, revealed that since the 7th, the US Army has dropped more than 2000 bombs or missiles, basically realizing the purpose of destroying the air defense capability of the Taliban.

US Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld’s assessment of the war was that the bombing was “slightly effective”, the military action was “a little progress”, and the operation of the Taliban as a government was “incomplete”, but as an army, “it still has strength”.

During the US military strategic air raid, the Taliban and “base” armed forces failed to bring losses to the US military air raid due to the lack of effective air defense weapons.

After October 20, the Taliban south of Kabul were forced to withdraw from surface military bases and enter bunkers, caves or residential areas to effectively prevent casualties.

But at the same time, the Taliban north line troops launched an attack on the anti Tajik Northern Alliance.

The second phase of tactical support (from October 21 to December 30, 2001) from October 21, 2001, the U.S. forces concentrated air firepower and began to attack the front-line forces of the Taliban regime and Osama bin Laden “Al Qaeda” in northern Afghanistan, and supported the anti Tajik alliance to launch a ground attack on the Taliban.

On the morning of October 21, US warplanes violently bombed the Taliban controlled areas in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, Samangan and Balkh in the northThe anti Tajikistan Alliance launched an attack on the areas bombed by the US Army. U.S. bombing is mainly concentrated in the dalasov area of Samangan Province, which is the strategic route from the anti Tajik alliance to the northern Taliban stronghold of Mazar-i-Sharif.

Once the land is captured, the anti Tajik coalition forces can drive straight into Mazar-i-Sharif to launch an attack.

On October 22, the US military began to focus on attacking Taliban forces near Kabul and Mazar-e-Sharif.

On October 27, US warplanes carried out a whole day’s air raid on the front line positions of the Taliban north of Kabul, with the strongest firepower in 21 days.

Communications supplies and troop reinforcements for the Taliban’s northern line troops were blocked.

From November 1 to 9, U.S. warplanes bombed the front positions of Taliban troops in Kabul and Mazar-i-Sharif in a carpet manner.

In the air raid, the US military used cluster bombs and megapound bombs again.

On November 9, with the air support of the US Army, the anti Tajik alliance captured Mazar-i-Sharif.

Kabul was captured on November 13.

From November 18 to 24, US warplanes heavily bombed the Taliban garrison positions in Kunduz, an important town in the north of the isolated city held by the Taliban.

On November 24, the anti Tajikistan alliance captured Kunduz.

On November 25, US warplanes dispatched again to help the anti Tajik alliance quell the armed riots caused by Taliban foreign prisoners of war in a castle prison near Mazar-e-Sharif.

From November 25 to December 9, the US air support line moved south, focusing on attacking Taliban positions in Kandahar.

On November 27, US missiles razed two buildings in the Taliban command center in Southeast Kandahar, and Taliban military communications were almost completely cut off.

From December 5 to 7, US warplanes heavily bombed the Taliban in Kandahar, clearing the way for the anti Tajikistan alliance.

Finally, Omar announced to abandon Kandahar on December 9.

From December 18 to December 30, US warplanes bombed the Tora Bora mountains to support the anti Tajik coalition forces to attack the last stronghold of Al Qaeda in the region.

On December 21, the US military used a special “mica bomb” in the area in an attempt to suffocate bin Laden in the cave.

After that, the US military entered the air support.

During the U.S. Air tactical support, the air defense system of the Taliban regime has been destroyed, and the U.S. warplanes are like entering a no man’s land.

The command and control and material supply of the Taliban have become very chaotic and difficult due to the air attack of the US military.

The air attack on the front positions led to the inability of the Taliban to stick to the front positions, creating conditions for the anti Tajikistan alliance attack.

Although bin Laden sent his most elite force, the 55th brigade, to the northern and central front lines in early November, he still failed to stop the collapse of Taliban forces.

On November 1, a predator unmanned reconnaissance aircraft disappeared due to bad weather while carrying out its mission over Afghanistan.

This is the first drone missing since the start of the US military’s “enduring freedom” operation.

Earlier, a predator unmanned reconnaissance plane sent by the US Central Intelligence Agency disappeared during a reconnaissance mission over Afghanistan.

On December 5, when a US B-52 bomber bombed Kandahar, an important town in southern Afghanistan, the bomb dropped deviated from the target, killing three US soldiers and wounding 20 others.

According to the public figures of the U.S. military, the air raid killed 500-800 Taliban and remnants of Al Qaeda.

While carrying out air strikes, the US military has also carried out various forms of special operations.

— leapfrog strike by us special forces.

Just as the air attack was in full swing, the United States decided to carry out a special attack on Kandahar, the base of the Afghan Taliban.

Late at night on October 19, several armed helicopters took off from the US aircraft carrier Kitty Hawk anchored in the Arabian Sea in the Indian Ocean, carrying about 200 special forces to Kandahar.

At the same time, the carrier aircraft of aircraft carrier “No.

” in the Arabian Sea took off to provide air cover for special forces to launch ground attacks.

At 1 a.m. on the 20th, the helicopter landed in babashib mountain in southern Afghanistan.

With the support of ac-130h attack aircraft and armed helicopters, these special forces launched an attack on an airport near Kandahar city controlled by the Taliban and some “specific targets”, and clashed directly with Taliban fighters.

After completing its mission, the force quickly boarded the plane and withdrew from Afghanistan.

In this military operation, two American soldiers were injured when parachuting in southern Afghanistan, two American helicopters were killed in the crash in Pakistan, and three others were also injured in the plane crash.

The defeat of this operation forced the US military to change its vision of accelerating the input of ground troops and determined to assist the Northern Alliance and promote the “proxy war”.

Since then, the task of the U.S. special forces has changed from “raiding strongholds” under air support to “outdoor hunting” after air strikes to attack those who escaped from bases, bunkers or caves in air strikes.

The US special forces adopt the “guerrilla warfare method of” fighting and leaving “in hunting, which can not only directly obtain military intelligence, but also give psychological attack to the Taliban.

Although the U.S. military did not use ground forces on a large scale, this lightning strike has a strong deterrent, which makes it more difficult for the Taliban to guard against.

As soon as the US military’s strike on October 20 ended, the Taliban regime adjusted its military policy.

In response to the armed attack of the US military, the Afghan Taliban cabinet held an emergency meeting on the situation facing Afghanistan on October 21.

The meeting decided to strengthen the strength to counterattack the ground attack of the U.S. special forces, equip the armed forces with various light and heavy weapons, including rocket launchers, heavy machine guns and anti-aircraft machine guns, and called on Taliban soldiers to “effectively fight back” against the U.S. special forces.

As the ground battle unfolded, the casualties of the US military increased.

On November 2, a helicopter of special forces carrying out reconnaissance activities in southern Afghanistan made a forced landing in Afghanistan due to local bad weather conditions.

Then the personnel on the helicopter were saved by another helicopter, and four U.S. military personnel were injured.

The US military was forced to send F-14 fighters to destroy the helicopter.

– targeted strikes by us special forces.

Affected by the special terrain of Afghanistan, the sky reconnaissance effect of the U.S. military is limited.

In order to improve the accuracy of the strike, the U.S. military has sent special forces to Afghanistan to act as intelligence scouts and positioning guides for air strikes.

While the U.S. special forces raided Kandahar in the south, about eight advance “teams” came by helicopter to the dalasov area of general Dostam of the anti tower alliance in northern Afghanistan.

theseThe special forces will reconnoiter the front-line positions of the Taliban and the anti Taliban alliance, find their specific location and guide the US air force to bomb.

On October 29, the US military began to establish a special forces forward base that can accommodate 200-300 special forces in the anti Tajikistan alliance controlled area.

The base can not only launch reconnaissance and attack by armed helicopters, but also provide ground guidance for US Navy fighters and ac-130h attack aircraft equipped with light artillery and high-speed machine guns.

Under the guidance of the US special forces, the US air strike accuracy has been improved unprecedentedly, and the abnormal phenomenon of “missile rock blasting” has been basically avoided.

The US special forces followed the action of the anti Tajik coalition forces, well preserved themselves, fully guided the air attack and achieved good results.

This task of the US special forces did not come to an end until they captured the Tora Bora area on December 18.

– a point and point strike by the secret service team of the Central Intelligence Agency.

A week before the war began (September 27), the special action team of the “special activities division” of the CIA sneaked into Afghanistan.

A total of about 150 personnel carried out secret operations and played an important role in the non-traditional war on terrorism.

In a group of six, they have helicopters and predator unmanned reconnaissance attack aircraft.

On November 14, a CIA “Predator” unmanned reconnaissance and attack aircraft found a mysterious “base” organization convoy staying in a small town on the way to retreat from Kabul.

It immediately reported the intelligence to the US Joint Chiefs of staff and informed the US air force, calling on the US air force to attack the unit, The predator unmanned reconnaissance and attack aircraft launched two Hellfire surface to air missiles.

The bombing resulted in the death of the third person of Al Qaeda, atif and other senior personnel.

Of course, because the plane was controlled by the CIA alone, it also caused the US air force to suffer from the lack of authority to command the use of the “Predator” unmanned reconnaissance and attack aircraft when it found that Omar and others withdrew south from Kabul on November 6, so it had to watch Omar and Osama bin Laden and others flee by car and could not carry out the attack.

However, the unmanned attack of the U.S. military really scares the Taliban and Al Qaeda, and always feels that there are two eyes staring at them.

The reconnaissance aircraft can attack, because the air force can also call the reconnaissance aircraft to attack.