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Special Forces Soldiers help Afghan forces defeat ISIS in eastern Afghanistan: KABUL, Afghanistan – Afghan Special Security Forces, advised by U.S. Army Special Forces Soldiers assigned to NATO Special Operations Component Command-Afghanistan, captured a major Islamic State-Khorasan (ISIS-K) stronghold in eastern Afghanistan in June 2018, effectively depriving the terror group of its local capital in one of the largest joint operations ever conducted between U.S. and Afghan special operations forces.

The joint force of ASSF and Green Berets killed 170 fighters affiliated with ISIS-K, the terror network’s Afghan offshoot, during a “multi-pronged” assault on the village of Gurgoray in eastern Nangarhar province.

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Special Forces Soldiers help Afghan forces defeat ISIS in eastern Afghanistan: KABUL, Afghanistan – Afghan Special Security Forces, advised by U.S. Army Special Forces Soldiers assigned to NATO Special Operations Component Command-Afghanistan, captured a major Islamic State-Khorasan (ISIS-K) stronghold in eastern Afghanistan in June 2018, effectively depriving the terror group of its local capital in one of the largest joint operations ever conducted between U.S. and Afghan special operations forces. The joint force of ASSF and Green Berets killed 170 fighters affiliated with ISIS-K, the terror network’s Afghan offshoot, during a “multi-pronged” assault on the village of Gurgoray in eastern Nangarhar province.The joint force of ASSF and Green Berets killed 170 fighters affiliated with ISIS-K, the terror network’s Afghan offshoot, during a “multi-pronged” assault on the village of Gurgoray in eastern Nangarhar province.The joint force of ASSF and Green Berets killed 170 fighters affiliated with ISIS-K, the terror network’s Afghan offshoot, during a “multi-pronged” assault on the village of Gurgoray in eastern Nangarhar province.The joint force of ASSF and Green Berets killed 170 fighters affiliated with ISIS-K, the terror network’s Afghan offshoot, during a “multi-pronged” assault on the village of Gurgoray in eastern Nangarhar province.