The U.S. Army Airborne Corps’ “Dragon”, the last Afghan soldier, was the one who left Afghanistan.
Tweet from the elite 18th Airborne Division said that this task was “extremely difficult and stressful, full of complexity, and always presents positive dangers.” Our troops showed courage, discipline, compassion. Heart.”
Fox NewsAccording to reports Major General Chris Donahue (commander of the 82nd Airborne Division), was the last soldier who boarded a flight at night.
This tweet was shared over 3,200 times as of Monday. The comments went on into the night.
One simple observation connects the Vietnam War, September 11, 2001 and the longest war in America in one solemn passage.
“This photo by Major General Chris Donahue reminded me of Sergeant Major Max Beilke. MSG Beilke was America’s last soldier to leave Vietnam. On September 11, 2011, he died while serving at the Pentagon. He is now at Arlington with other heroes. “Take a break together,” was the message.
The Eighteenth Airborne Army has a history that dates back to the Second World War. This includes the heroism of Normandy Landing Day.These soldiers hail from Fort Bragg in North Carolina