For nearly 20 years, U.S. troops have been stationed at the Baghram base, 70 km outside the Afghan capital, Kabul.
Now they have left, leaving the base for Afghan security forces, who have said they will continue to fight terrorism.
NATO and Afghan forces have been fighting side by side in the fight against the Taliban.
Now says General Azadullah Kohistani BBC The Americans left Bagram 03.00 local time, without telling those who had to pick up the guard. They only found out several hours later that they had left.
Thus it is said that they did not leave a prison with about 5,000 prisoners of war.
Thousands of cars – without keys
According to the news agency AB, the power went out at night and many people entered the site and took away various things they had left with them.
According to the news agency, Americans left about 3.5 million things. Among other things, large quantities of water bottles, energy drinks and field rations.
– General Kohistani says that when you say 3.5 million things, it means every phone, every door handle, every little thing, like every window in every barrage.
They are also said to have left several thousand public vehicles, but took the keys of most of them with them. Also, they took heavy weapons, detonated some ammunition and left some pistols and ammunition to the Afghans.
At most, about 100,000 American soldiers were stationed at the base.
– Integrated with Afghans
He asked Andhra Colonel Sonny Legett mentions in a press release last week why the Americans left at midnight.
It says Americans have been cooperating with Afghan leaders on when to leave various Afghan bases.
“One night, they lost all the goodwill they had built for more than 20 years, going the way they did at midnight, without telling the Afghan soldiers patrolling outside the base,” said a soldier, Neymatullah A.P.