According to the Daily Caller, the Trump administration has dropped a lot of bombs on Taliban and Islamic State forces in Afghanistan compared to the previous five years.
U.S. airstrikes on Taliban insurgents and Islamic State terrorists hit a nearly five-year high in April, Air Force Times reports.
The U.S. dropped 460 bombs in April, more than double the number dropped in the previous month. The military has not dropped that many bombs since August 2012, when there were seven times more U.S. troops present in the country. April also marked the first use of the largest non-nuclear bomb in the U.S. arsenal against ISIS in Afghanistan, known as the “Mother Of All Bombs.”