Axe-SPAN: U.S. Air Force Operations at Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan

18.01.10

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C-SPAN video by David Axe

by DAVID AXE

Freelance journalist David Axe was embedded with the U.S. Air Force at Bagram airbase near Kabul, Afghanistan. He talked to fighter pilots about their mission to provide close air support to U.S. troops on the ground.

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