How equipment left in Afghanistan will expose US secrets

The ulti­mate win­ner of two decades of war in Afghanistan is like­ly Chi­na. The air­craft and armored vehi­cles left behind when U.S. forces with­drew will give China—through their eager part­ners, the Taliban—a broad win­dow into how the U.S. mil­i­tary builds and uses some of its most impor­tant tools of war. Expect the Chi­nese mil­i­tary to use this wind­fall to create—and export to client states—a new gen­er­a­tion of weapons and tac­tics tai­lored to U.S. vul­ner­a­bil­i­ties, said sev­er­al experts who spent years build­ing, acquir­ing, and test­ing some of the equip­ment that the Tal­iban now con­trols. To under­stand how big a poten­tial loss this is for the Unit­ed States, look beyond the head­lines fore­telling a Tal­iban air force. Look instead to …

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