Since 2016, we’ve increased airstrikes as much as 780% though combat operations in Afghanistan officially ended in December 2014…
US Air Force
US and coalition combat operations in Afghanistan officially ended in December 2014, and the numbers of CFACC-controlled airstrikes dropped from 2,365 for that year to just 947 in 2015 (the lowest figure recorded since 2009). The strike rate began to rapidly rise again in 2016 with 1,337 recorded, and rose again in 2017 with 4,361. It rose markedly again in 2018 with 7,362, before peaking at 7,423 in 2019.
Gee, what might have happened in 2016 to spark increased bombing of one of those little nations on our kill-list? Hmm?
BTW, there aren’t any more “coalition” forces operating over Afghanistan. It’s all our military, folks.