Military aircraft at Kabul Airport are performing corkscrew landings and sending flares to avoid potential missile attacks, the report said.


Evacuees of military cargo planes at night

Evacuees on board a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft assisting Afghanistan’s evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Afghanistan. Taylor Kururu / US Air Force via Getty Images

Military aircraft landing at Kabul Airport use a variety of tactics to avoid potential missile attacks. Associated Press reported..

According to the report, military freighters use corkscrew landings to fire flares that could interfere with missile launches and avoid potential attacks.

AP has report At least about these tactics that have been used since August 22nd.

Recently, Western nations have increased their warnings about possible attacks at airports as they are trying to evacuate people from Afghanistan. The United States and the United Kingdom have selected ISIS-K, an affiliate of Afghanistan’s Islamic State.

British Minister of the Armed Forces, James Heappey, Warning on thursday An “imminent fatal attack” could occur at Kabul Airport, and people should stop trying to go to the airport.

America too Warning American To avoid traveling to Kabul Airport, citing “specific” threats from ISIS-K.

Some countries have also stated that they have stopped evacuation flights from Kabul due to possible attacks.

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