Doctors Without Borders provided a copy of its report to the Defense Department in advance of Thursday’s release, and Gen. John Campbell, commander of Operation Resolute Support, met with MSF staff in Kabul to review the findings, Pentagon spokesman Navy Capt. Jeff Davis said. The report has been passed along to the department’s own investigators, who are still working to finalize an initial casualty assessment report and an overall investigation into the cause of the attack. “We continue to work closely with MSF in identifying the victims, both those killed and wounded, so that we can conclude our investigations and proceed with follow-on actions to include condolence payments,” Davis said. Davis would not provide a timeline for the release of the Defense Department investigations, saying investigators are more concerned with the thoroughness of the investigation. The investigators need to identify those killed to “fully understand” the extent of the incident, he said.
Details Murky as ARRW Falls Short in Second Test
March 24, 2023
The second all-up flight of the AGM-183A Air-Launched Rapid Response Weapon on March 13 fell short of a fully successful test, but the Air Force isn’t saying what went wrong with the Lockheed Martin-built hypersonic missile. The defense giant's Missiles and Fire Control division recently said the ARRW is "ready…