Several US military armoured vehicles were spotted in Iran on Wednesday, images shared on social media showed.
The images shared on Twitter showed trucks belonging to the Iranian army transporting US Humvees, reportedly taken from Afghanistan, on a highway connecting the central city of Semnan to the city of Garmsar, southeast of the capital Tehran, the report said. However the authenticity of the images have not yet been verified.
There is no definitive figure yet for the number of US military equipment left behind after the American withdrawal on Monday. Since seizing control of Afghanistan on August 15, the Taliban have taken control of a treasure trove of military equipment that had been given to the Afghan government by the US (MSN).
This week, the SIGAR audit on the $174 million drone loss disappeared from its website. It’s reported that from 2017 to 2019, the U.S. also gave Afghan forces 7,035 machine guns, 4,702 Humvees, 20,040 hand grenades, 2,520 bombs and 1,394 grenade launchers, according to the since removed 2020 SIGAR report (Gateway Pundit).
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