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Aircraft Bomb Afghan Rebel Positions

U.S. and coalition jets pounded rebel positions on a central Afghanistan mountainside with bombs and bullets after U.S. ground soldiers came under attack, a U.S. military spokesman said Tuesday. No U.S. injuries were reported. The aerial assault was triggered Monday morning when U.S. Special Forces were targeted by machine gun fire and rocket-propelled grenades by forces overlooking the Bagran valley, said Col. Roger King, the U.S. spokesman at the Bagram Air Base. Coalition F-16 jets were scrambled in support of the ground troops, dropping five 500-pound bombs and firing 20mm bullets at five armed men. The jets also targeted several caves. Full Story

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