U.S. confirms plane crash in Afghanistan

U.S. confirms plane crash in Afghanistan

The cause of the Bombardier E-11A crash is being investigated. There are no signs that the aircraft was shot down by the enemy, the U.S. military said.

U.S. command in Afghanistan confirmed that a U.S. warplane crashed in Ghazni province. This was announced on Twitter on January 27 by the official representative of the American contingent, Colonel Sonny Leggett.

The American Bombardier E-11A crashed today in Ghazni province in Afghanistan. The cause of the crash is being investigated, but there is no indication that the plane was shot down by an enemy,” Leggett wrote.

According to him, more information will be provided later.

“The Taliban’s claims that another plane crashed are false,” the military said.

A plane crashed in the Afghan province of Ghazni on Monday.

It was initially reported that the aircraft belonged to Ariana Afghan Airlines, but this information was not confirmed. According to another version, the plane was owned by the Afghan army.

Media later reported that Taliban officials claimed responsibility for the crash. They assumed they had destroyed a U.S. warplane.

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The U.S. is known to use the Bombardier E-11A for electronic reconnaissance.

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