U.S. is making Afghanistan a backyard for military experiments
AT-KABUL: Members of the National Assembly have asserted that Afghanistan has become a laboratory of U.S.-manufactured weaponry, in the wake of reports that Washington is sending a batch of new warplanes to the country.
Political experts and members of the Lower House of the Parliament said that the use of the newly-dispatched F35B planes which is intractable by the radar system is making Afghanistan its backyard for its secret military experiments. They say the U.S. is trying to test its sophisticated arsenals that have never been used before.
It is speculated that these warplanes will be sent to Afghanistan with fleets through Persian Gulf. Each flight of these planes will cost as high as $24,000.
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