By Mir Bahmanyar
Following the Soviet invasion in 1979, the Mujahideen defenders of Afghanistan constructed and bolstered many traditional cave structures to take advantage of as provide bases and protecting positions. The Taliban and Al Qaeda additional constructed those positions in the course of the Nineties. Following the occasions of September eleven, 2001, those cave structures have once again come to prominence and websites akin to Tora Bora ("Black Dust," a chain of person caves) and Zhawar Kili (a huge complicated in jap Afghanistan) have featured in information headlines worldwide. This identify presents an in depth research and visible documentation of those caves and underground platforms. It additionally discusses the Coalition's tactical method of dislodging the enemy from those fortified positions.
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