Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said on Monday that troops won’t face punishment for a drone strike that killed ten civilians
US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said on Monday that no discipline will be taken against members of the United States…
US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said on Monday that no discipline will be taken against members of the United States military over an August 29 drone strike in the Afghan capital of Kabul. The strike, which the military said was a “tragic mistake,” was launched against suspected Islamic State members, however, it hit a vehicle killing 10 civilians, including seven children.
No US military personnel will be reprimanded for the August drone strike in Kabul, Afghanistan that killed 10 civilians, including 7 children , according to 2 defense officials. Initially the DOD said they strike was an ISIS target. That was wrong.
No US military personnel will be reprimanded for the August drone strike in Kabul that killed 10 Afghan civilians, including 7 children, defense officials say.
What people are saying?
eCoaster To help deal with their mental turmoil, guilt and nightmares, some troops sent abroad will do strange things – even rehab. Some will take to writing here, there and everywhere. And yes, some may repent and turn to the God their victims returned to.
Kielix If the troops involved followed all correct protocols and didn’t act outside the chain of command, maybe ya’ll should ask why someone higher up the chain isn’t being held responsible for incompetence.