Air Force apologizes for 'Yanny' or 'Laurel' tweet

Air Force apologizes for 'Yanny' or 'Laurel' tweet

Air Force apologizes for 'Yanny' or 'Laurel' tweet

"The Taliban forces in Farah city #Afghanistan would much rather have heard #Yanny or #Laurel than the deafening #BRRRT they got courtesy of our #A10", read the Air Force Tweet.

The Air Force apologized Thursday for a snarky Tweet meant to highlight the A-10 Thunderbolt's efforts in beating back a Taliban attack in which at least 25 members of the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces were killed.

The clip was originally posted on Reddit by a user called "squidjeep" and shows a toy, that when activated seems to say either of the words.

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Shortly after the briefing, the Air Force tweeted out an apology, saying "it was made in poor taste".

The Air Force has deleted a tweet referencing the viral Laurel/Yanny issue in regard to a deadly air strike in Afghanistan, admitting the tweet was in "poor taste".

The original tweet was removed, and the Air Force said it would address the matter internally.

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Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White on Thursday told reporters she hadn't seen the tweet but said it shouldn't be forgotten that Afghans are "dying to secure their own future." . "And they are dying to secure their own future and I think that shouldn't be forgotten in any of this", she added. US A-10 attack jets also flew overhead but did not conduct any strikes.

The US Air Force's new MQ-9 Reaper drones killed about 28 Taliban fighters Wednesday, Task and goal reports, revealing the carnage in footage posted on the US Forces Afghanistan Twitter account. "The 207th Corps commander is leading operations on the ground and the city remains in government control".

He said USA troops also arrived to advise Afghan commando units involved in the counterattack but did not participate in offensive operations.

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