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two-thousand-pound

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  • A U.S. investigation later determined that the cause of the explosion was a two-thousand-pound American bomb that had fallen two kilometers short of its intended target, instead landing on Karzai and his security detail.

    The Longest War

  • A U.S. investigation later determined that the cause of the explosion was a two-thousand-pound American bomb that had fallen two kilometers short of its intended target, instead landing on Karzai and his security detail.

    The Longest War

  • A U.S. investigation later determined that the cause of the explosion was a two-thousand-pound American bomb that had fallen two kilometers short of its intended target, instead landing on Karzai and his security detail.

    The Longest War

  • A U.S. investigation later determined that the cause of the explosion was a two-thousand-pound American bomb that had fallen two kilometers short of its intended target, instead landing on Karzai and his security detail.

    The Longest War

  • On May 4 a B-1 bomber dropped a two-thousand-pound bomb on a building in the Afghan city of Farah, killing dozens of civilians.

    THE PROMISE

  • He turned his body and waited before pulling his chute, afraid of being pulled right into the descent of the two-thousand-pound vehicle that was still behind him, tumbling his way.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • He turned his body and waited before pulling his chute, afraid of being pulled right into the descent of the two-thousand-pound vehicle that was still behind him, tumbling his way.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • From ten to fifteen yards he could shoot a twenty- to thirty-inch arrow with such force that it would drive entirely through the carcass of a two-thousand-pound buffalo if it did not hit bone.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • He turned his body and waited before pulling his chute, afraid of being pulled right into the descent of the two-thousand-pound vehicle that was still behind him, tumbling his way.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • On May 4 a B-1 bomber dropped a two-thousand-pound bomb on a building in the Afghan city of Farah, killing dozens of civilians.

    THE PROMISE

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