Everything You Need To Know About Operation “Pineapple Express”

I am a proud American because of these guys.

People say that war exposes the worst in humanity. But sometimes, it reveals our best—people who signed up to go and save the Americans trapped in Afghanistan with our Afghan allies.

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Those people are retired. They aren’t in the service! Anyway, they decided to save the people because they felt responsible, but the current administration doesn’t even know what to do.

Retired people are doing their best to save the Americans, but the one who is sitting in the White House doesn’t care for those people.

Below you can read more on the Pineapple express operation.

ABC News covered this narration:

The Pineapple Express’ mission was underway Thursday when the attack occurred in Kabul. A suicide bomber believed to have been an ISIS fighter killed at least 13 U.S. service members — 10 U.S. Marines, a Navy corpsman, an Army soldier and another service member — and wounded 15 other service members, according to U.S. officials.

There were wounded among the Pineapple Express travelers from the blast, and members of the group said they were assessing whether unaccounted-for Afghans they were helping had been killed.

As of Thursday morning, the group said it had brought as many as 500 Afghan special operators, assets and enablers and their families into the airport in Kabul overnight, handing them each over to the protective custody of the U.S. military.

The New York Post has more details.

The group dodged heavily militarized Taliban checkpoints to smuggle people through to the airport, using images of pineapples on their phones to show those being brought in that they were on their side.

The tropical fruit was also used as a final password — since changed — that was given to US military members at the airport who were working unofficially in tandem with the heroic veterans, ABC said.

They defied deadly chaos that one member compared to scenes worthy of a Jason Bourne flick happening every 10 minutes.

“I just want to get my people out,” Maj. Jim Gant, a retired Green Beret who ABC said has been dubbed “Lawrence of Afghanistan,” told the network of the daring operation.

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