KHAITI, United Arab Emirates — The U.S. military is still trying to find a solution for the massive and complex complex military system that it has built in Afghanistan.
As a result, it’s been difficult to find out what the U.N. mission has been up to.
But the United States has found a solution.
The Pentagon announced Monday that the Department of Defense has decided to suspend the UAS and its associated missions until after the end of the 2018 military cycle.
It’s not clear when the decision will be made public.
“The decision is made as part of a broader review of U.R.V. capabilities, capabilities and goals and the mission of the UAF,” Defense Secretary James Mattis said in a statement.
“It is not a decision on our overall strategy in Afghanistan.”
He added that the decision was made with the objective of giving the department flexibility and flexibility in implementing a different strategy.
The decision is based on the recommendations of the Joint Staff’s Joint Chiefs of Staff, the military commander of Afghanistan, according to a statement from Mattis.
The military was originally planning to launch a new aircraft carrier in 2018, but the Navy and Marine Corps chose instead to start with a smaller, lighter U.L.S.-built aircraft carrier, which is currently undergoing an overhaul.
The move will also put a hold on plans to build a new naval air station at the port of Lashkar Gah, about 50 miles northwest of the capital, Kabul.
The base is part of the United Nations mission to rebuild the country’s security infrastructure.
The U.A.E. has been the main hub for U.P.N.’s operations since the coalition launched a campaign to oust the Taliban in 2009.
The UAF was meant to replace the UAV program that has been in place since the mid-1990s, but it was not built to accommodate the increased number of aircraft it was expected to need.
The military’s decision will help the UP.
S., a small U.B.A.-led coalition that is spearheading the effort, get its aircraft up and running again, said Col. Robert Bales, spokesman for the UAA.
“We have an opportunity to rebuild it.
It is our mission to get it back into operation,” he said.
The decision will also give U.
Afghanistan a chance to build an infrastructure and a military system from scratch, he added.
“I think we’re in a good position to start a new chapter in the history of UAA and the UAAF,” Bales said.