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US drops largest non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan area populated by Isis members

US drops largest non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan area populated by Isis members
 

The US has dropped a largest non-Nuclear Bomb in Afghanistan. The bomb named GBU 43B was dropped in the area of eastern Afghanistan known to be populated by Isis-affiliated militants. GBU-43B is also known as the “Moab” or “mother of all bombs”. MOAB stands for the massive ordnance air blast. In March 2003, Before the war in Iraq, GPS operated bomb has been tested.

US developed this device GBU-43B in 2003. The bomb, which weighs about 21,000 pounds (9797 kg), is known in the US Air Force by its nickname MOAB, or “mother of all bombs”.

US drops largest non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan area populated by Isis members

US drops largest non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan area populated by Isis members

At the same time, White House spokesman John Spicer said we had targeted non-Nuclear Bomb to the caves and tunnels where terrorists of Islamic State had taken shelter. We have taken all the safeguards before this attack to ensure that the common citizens get the least damage.

Spokesman of the Us military headquarters Pentagonsaid US has used this bomb against terrorists for the first time and their bomb was dropped on the caves of Nangarhar with the help of American Fighter jet MC-130. However, it has not been declared yet how much damage has taken place.

The US had estimated 600 to 800 terrorists are present in Afghanistan, mostly in Nangarhar. The U.S military has concentrated heavily on attacking them while also supporting Afghan forces battling the Taliban. Just last week, a US Army Special Forces soldier Mark R. De Alencar, age37, of Edgewood, Maryland, was killed in action in Nangarhar, Afghanistan.

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