زمان انتشار : ۴ ثور ,۱۳۹۶ | ساعت : ۱۷:۴۹ | کد خبر : 195551 | چاپ

محل اصابت «مادر همه بمب ها»!+ تصاویر

The GBU-43/B, also known as the Massive Ordnance Air Blast, detonates during a 2003 test at Elgin Air Force Base, Florida. REUTERS/U.S. Air Force

شفقناافغانستان- سرانجام تصاویر محل اصابت مادر همه بمب ها منتشر شد.

به گزارش سرویس ترجمه شفقنا، دو هفته پیش بود که آمریکا برای حمله به تروریست های داعش در افغانستان از بمبی رونمایی کرد که مدعی بود مادر همه بمب ها است. این بمب باعث کشته شدن ۹۴ داعشی و نیز خرابی عظیم در منطقه محل اصابت شد اما تا مدت ها افغان ها و آمریکایی ها اجازه نمی دادند هیچ تصویری از محل اصابت این بمب منتشر شود. حالا اولین تصاویر از محل اصابت مادر همه بمب ها در منطقه آچین در استان شرقی ننگرهار منتشر شده است. به تصاویر رویترز در این مورد توجه کنید.

Afghan Special Forces inspect inside a cave which was used by suspected Islamic State militants at the site. The remote site in eastern Afghanistan where the U.S. military dropped its largest non-nuclear bomb ever deployed in combat earlier this month bears signs of the weapon’s power, but little evidence of how much material and human damage it inflicted. REUTERS/Parwiz
Within a few hundred feet of the apparent blast site, leaves remained intact on trees, belying initial expectations that the explosion may have sent a destructive blast wave for up to a mile.
REUTERS/Parwiz
Afghan officials have said nearly 100 militants and no civilians were killed, but the remoteness of the area, the presence of Islamic State fighters, and, more recently, American security forces, has left those claims unverified.
REUTERS/Parwiz
While the 21,600-pound (9,797-kg) GBU-43 is billed as the U.S. military’s most powerful non-nuclear bomb, its destructive power, equivalent to 11 tonnes of TNT, pales in comparison with the relatively small atomic bombs dropped on Japan at the end of World War Two.
REUTERS/Parwiz
Afghan Special Forces inspect inside a cave which was used by suspected Islamic State militants at the site. REUTERS/Parwiz
Burnt trees are seen the site. REUTERS/Parwiz
A video shows the moment before a MOAB, or “mother of all bombs”, struck the Achin district of the eastern province of Nangarhar, Afghanistan, bordering Pakistan.
U.S. Department of Defense/Handout via REUTERS
A video shows the moment a MOAB, or “mother of all bombs”, struck the Achin district of the eastern province of Nangarhar, Afghanistan, bordering Pakistan.
U.S. Department of Defense/Handout via REUTERS
A video shows the moment a MOAB, or “mother of all bombs”, struck the Achin district of the eastern province of Nangarhar, Afghanistan, bordering Pakistan.
DVIDS/Handout via Reuters TV
A video shows the moment a MOAB, or “mother of all bombs”, struck the Achin district of the eastern province of Nangarhar, Afghanistan, bordering Pakistan.
U.S. Department of Defense/Handout via REUTERS
The GBU-43/B, also known as the Massive Ordnance Air Blast, detonates during a 2003 test at Elgin Air Force Base, Florida.
REUTERS/U.S. Air Force
The GBU-43/B is launched successfully from a MC-130E Combat Talon I aircraft during a 2003 test at Elgin Air Force Base, Florida.
REUTERS/U.S. Air Force
A damaged house and burnt trees are seen at the site where a MOAB, or ”mother of all bombs”, struck the Achin district of the eastern province of Nangarhar, Afghanistan.
REUTERS/Parwiz

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