Acho que é melhor deixar lá as viaturas....
Germany is arranging for more than 6,000 gallons of beer and alcohol to be brought home from Afghanistan as it works to pull out of the country ahead of a September deadline, German officials have said.While American troops for years have been prohibited from consuming alcohol in Afghanistan, Germans based at Camp Marmal, near the northern city of Mazar-e-Sharif, have traditionally been allowed two cans of beer, or the equivalent in other forms of alcoholic beverages, per day.But recent security concerns prompted the German military to impose an alcohol ban, resulting in a surplus of booze.More than 60,000 cans of beer and hundreds of bottles of wine and sparkling wine are at Camp Marmal, according to German news publication Der Spiegel, which first reported on the surplus.Alcohol can’t be sold in Afghanistan because of religious restrictions and destroying it would have environmental implications, the German military has said.To get around the dilemma, the Bundeswehr hired a civilian contractor to take the booze out of Afghanistan, German Defense Ministry spokeswoman Christiane Routsi said Monday, The Associated Press reported.The German contractor is expected to sell the alcohol once it’s out of Afghanistan. The proceeds from the sale should be enough to cover the cost of transporting it out of the country, the AP reported.[continua]
I've compiled today's Afghan National Army equipment losses to the Taliban:1x UH-60 Blackhawk (damaged)1x D-30 howitzer (captured)8x HMMWV (captured) 4x Ford Ranger (1x destroyed, 3x captured)22x Navistar International 7000 series (2x destroyed, 20x captured)
Taliban report capturing 300 M16 guns, 50 Ranger vehicles, 20 Hamvees, and 50 army transport trucks in Sar-e Pul province today.These all were seized after a base in the capital city of the province collapsed.