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The Afghan was born on a US C-17 aircraft called Reach, the device’s codename

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(Washington) The commander of US forces, Wednesday, in Europe, General Todd Walters, revealed a little Afghan girl who was born on a US military plane that evacuated her parents to the base in Ramstein, Germany, and her name is Reach, the code name of the device.

On a full Saturday flight from Qatar, the pregnant woman started feeling cramps. Immediately after landing in Ramstein, the US military helped the Afghan woman deliver her baby on board before she was taken with her newborn to a nearby hospital.

Each USAF aircraft has its own code name for communications with other aircraft or control towers, and the code for C-17 freighters is usually Reach followed by a number.

General Walters told reporters that the boy’s parents named him “Rich” because that’s the code name for the C-17 “(up to 828).

“As you can imagine, being a US Air Force pilot, my dream is to see this little girl named Rich grow up as an American citizen and fly fighter planes in our Air Force,” he added.

The commander of US forces in Europe explained that of the 7,000 evacuees from Kabul who had passed through US bases in Europe since August 20, only 100 had to receive medical care, either for COVID symptoms. 19 or for other medical reasons.

Of those people, General Walters said, 25 have been taken to a local hospital and 12 have already been discharged.

Two more children were born after their mother landed at the Ramstein base.

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