Last U.S. Military Rescue Plane Leaves Afghan | Gen. McKenzie says Americans left in Afghan “number in the hundreds”;

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Department of Defense John Kirby said earlier in the day that the Biden administration does “not anticipate a military role” in the effort of trying to get additional U.S. citizens out of Afghanistan.

  • Gen. McKenzie: “I’m here to announce the completion of our withdrawal from Afghanistan & the end of the military mission to evacuate American citizens, third country nationals, & vulnerable Afghans. The last C-17 lifted off from [HKIA] this afternoon at 3:29 East Coast Time.”
  • General Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr., the Commander, United States Central Command (CENTCOM), said at a press conference that the Biden administration was still in the process of trying to get American citizens out of Afghanistan, even though the U.S. now no longer has a presence there.

SOURCE: DAILYWIRE

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