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A Twitter account of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA, i.e., the Afghan Taliban) has posted a series of photos of military vehicles that it seized after U.S. and NATO troops withdrew from Afghanistan.
After seizing power, the Islamic Emirate merged its different jihadi units with various Afghan army corps. In a tweet, the Islamic Emirate's Defense Ministry noted that the various vehicles and equipment in the photos had been repaired and were now part of the 217 Omari Corps, which is named after Taliban founder Mullah Mohammed Omar.
The repaired vehicles included 60 Humvees, 10 assault tanks, 35 international motor vehicles, and 10 ambulances, according to the tweet.
Following are some of the photos posted by the Taliban Defense Ministry:
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