"We apologize for the earlier tweet regarding the A-10".
The social media minds behind the U.S. Air Force Twitter account made a decision to employ the hotly-debated two names in a tweet bragging about fighter jets providing air support to repress a Taliban offensive.
The "deafening #BRRT" mentioned in the tweet was an apparent reference to the sound an air cannon aboard the A-10 makes when it strafes ground forces. During the offensive, A-10s were only used as a show of force.
The Taliban has claimed that it has taken control of the city, but the US and Afghan governments deny that. In a statement, USA officials said the A-10s did the job, as the officials said the Taliban's attempted raid was "unsuccessful".
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The audio he's referring to is a short clip that sparked a social media debate about whether the word being heard is "yanny" or "laurel". The tweet was criticized for making light of the war effort, which has been ongoing in Afghanistan since October 2001.
She said she would take a look at the post and get back to reporters with a response.
The original tweet was removed, and the Air Force said it would address the matter internally.