Kabul International Airport Cleared of Explosives - stock photo

An SU-21 Russian Fitter aircraft is blown up with explosives by the British Royal Air Force Bomb disposal squadron February 11, 2002 at Kabul International Airport in Afghanistan. The British ISAF forces are helping to clear the airport which is still littered with mines and other dangerous unexploded ordinances.
An SU-21 Russian Fitter aircraft is blown up with explosives by the British Royal Air Force Bomb disposal squadron February 11, 2002 at Kabul International Airport in Afghanistan. The British ISAF forces are helping to clear the airport which is still littered with mines and other dangerous unexploded ordinances.
Kabul International Airport Cleared of Explosives
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