The SAS crack force is still in Afghanistan to avenge the deaths of US troops – a “strong relationship” has been formed.


The SAS crack force is still in Afghanistan to avenge the deaths of US troops – a “strong relationship” has been formed.

An SAS team has been formed to investigate the murders of the 13 US personnel who were killed in the Kabul terror incident.

According to reports, the group of 40 volunteer fighters would remain in Afghanistan and plan to construct a base near the Afghan-Pakistan border. According to reports, the team has requested to remain in the nation in order to combat the IS-K terror group.

According to military sources, the Taliban will give the group permission to operate in Afghanistan.

The terror attack on Thursday that killed over 170 people, including 13 US servicemen, was carried out by the IS-K faction.

Two British males were also killed, as was the teenage child of a third British national.

“The Marines that perished were from the 24th Marine Expeditionary Force,” a source told the Sunday Mirror.

“That squad has aided the SAS and SBS numerous times in Afghanistan over the years.

“They have assisted in the restocking of food and ammunition as well as the treatment of their injured.

“The two units have a tight affinity, notably the SBS, which recruits mostly from the Royal Marines.”

Mr. Biden, speaking from the White House, promised to “hunt down” the attackers.

“To those who perpetrated this attack, as well as everyone who wishes America harm, know this: we will not forgive,” he declared.

“We are not going to forget. We’ll track you down and hold you accountable. I will use every weapon at my disposal to defend our people’s interests.”

“We will not be discouraged by terrorists,” he stressed. They will not be able to derail our mission. We’ll keep moving forward with the evacuation.”

The SAS squad’s base will be run by the SBS special forces of the Royal Navy, the US Navy Seals, and the US Army’s Delta Force.

Following the bombing, US troops launched drone attacks against an IS-K “planner.”

On Saturday, the last UK civilian flight out of Kabul departed, leaving 150 British citizens in the city.

Since August 14, the UK has evacuated more than 15,000 individuals.

There are roughly 200 animals, including an ex-Royal Marine Pen Farthing.

Sir Laurie Bristow, the British ambassador who assisted with the evacuation, has also returned to the UK.


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