U.S. troops wrecked or disabled nearly 100 combat motor vehicles and dozens of plane in advance of vacating the airport in Kabul on Monday, in a past-ditch bid to deprive the Taliban of the use of some American military services gear.

But now that all U.S. forces have remaining Afghanistan, defense officials, lawmakers and industry experts who observe the circulation of weapons are watching closely to see what turns into of the acres of weaponry, motor vehicles and plane that were remaining behind, are nevertheless operable and can be of use to the Taliban or to arms smugglers.

Oryx, a website that verifies military services gear applying images and films, has determined 38 airplanes, thirteen helicopters and 7 unmanned aerial motor vehicles that the Taliban has captured in doing the job buy.

The overall stockpile is possible a lot larger. The Taliban inherited countless numbers of U.S.-equipped assault weapons and military services floor motor vehicles alongside with other technological innovation and gear including artillery parts and night time-eyesight goggles, an additional toll of the U.S. troop withdrawal and the collapse of the U.S.-backed Afghan Nationwide Stability Forces.

This 7 days, films and photographs circulated on social media demonstrating a U.S. UH-sixty Black Hawk helicopter traveling in Afghanistan, the initially this sort of photos hinting at new Taliban combat air capabilities.