U.S. says Pakistani forces fire at U.S. helicopters attack Zhu’a
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Sept. 26 U.S. military spokesman Rear Admiral Smith said that two U.S. helicopters in Afghanistan and Pakistan, 25 were Pakistani border zone after the army opened fire attacks on the United States and Pakistan forces had exchanged fire.
According to the “Agency” report, Smith said, when U.S. and Afghan forces in the Arab country at the patrol about a mile and a half, two U.S. OH-58 Qiou Wa search helicopters in the air cover for war, was stationed at the border checkpoint to Pakistani soldiers opened fire.
He said the U.S. military “ground forces to the checkpoint then opened fire on a nearby hill to get their attention, but also received the results.”
Smith added: “Unfortunately, the decision by the Pakistani troops opened fire on the mountain to our ground forces. So our ground forces returned fire.”
for the U.S. Central Command Smith spoke, said both sides in the gun battle that no one was hit, the U.S. military helicopter has not a shot being fired.
He added that the incident occurred in the afternoon, “only lasted about five minutes, and soon to end.”