Fresh Airstrikes Leave 25 ISIS Terrorists Dead in East of Afghanistan

An Apache Attack helicopter of the Army Air Corps in Afghanistan fires rockets at insurgents during a patrol in 2008. Designed to hunt and destroy tanks, the Apache attack helicopter has significantly improved the Army's operational capability. The Apache attack helicopter can operate in all weathers, day or night and detect, classify and prioritise up to 256 potential targets in a matter of seconds. It carries a mix of weapons including rockets, Hellfire missiles and a 30mm chain gun, as well as a state of the art fully integrated defensive aid suite. In addition to the distinctive Longbow radar located above the rotor blades, this aircraft is equipped with a day TV system, thermal imaging sight and direct view optics.

At least twenty five (25) terrorists affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group were killed in the latest fresh airstrikes conducted in eastern Nangarhar province of Afghanistan.

According to the officials of the 201st Silab Corps of the Afghan army in the East, the airstrikes were carried out on Tuesday evening  in the vicinity of Achin district.

The officials further added that the terror operatives and their hideouts were hit during the raids in Mamand Shin area, leaving twenty of the jihadists of the terror group dead.

According to Silab Corps officials, the civilians and military personnel did not suffer any casualties in the airstrikes.

The humiliated anti-government armed militant groups have not commented regarding the report so far.

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