General Chris DonahueThe commander of the US Army’s 82nd Airborne Division was the last US soldier to leave Afghanistan.
The Pentagon posted a photo of the soldier shortly before boarding the C-17 on its Twitter account. The military aircraft was on the east coast of the United States from Hamid Karzai International in Kabul at 3:29 pm on Monday. Take off from the airport. (19.29 GMT) and The United States ended the longest war in its history.
The 82nd Airborne Division is located in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and is part of the Army’s 18th Airborne Corps.
According to its website, this department of paratroopers, Participated in the First and Second World Wars, And the Gulf War (1990-1991).
He also did U.S. invasion of Panama (December 20, 1989 to January 3, 1990) and War in Iraq (2003-2011) etc.
On Monday, General Frank McKenzie, commander of the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), announced the completion of the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan and the end of the evacuation of American citizens, third-country nationals and vulnerable Afghans.
At a press conference held at the Pentagon, McKenzie intervened remotely. McKenzie explained that Acting U.S. Ambassador Ross Wilson also traveled on the last U.S. military plane.
In addition, he confirmed that since August 14, the day before the Taliban occupied Kabul, more than 79,000 civilians had been evacuated by US military flights from Hamid Karzai International Airport, including 6,000 Americans.
With the addition of flights from the League of Nations, this number rises to More than 123,000 civilians were evacuated.