A report recently released by US Air Strength of the last days of The evacuation Afghanistan reveals more details about the chaotic scenes at Kabul airport, including an attempted hijacking of a commercial airliner. The account, published Tuesday on Air Force website, was written by Lt. Col. Kristen Duncan, a public affairs officer for 23 Wing, who moved tooyee in Afghanistan this summer. During the evacuation operation, as US Air Force C-17s began to arrive regularly at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Duncan wrote that airmen from the task force recovery personnel had started following passengers leaving the airport. On one occasion, after receiving information, five people boarded one of the commercial flights intended to hijack the plane, Duncan wrote. 'Our team worked to get them out of the NATO ramp, moved to the north side away from friendly forces, then finally to the south side where the situation was handled, she wrote, quoting Lt. Col. Brian Desautels, commander of the 71st Rescue Squadron and chief of the aviators in Kabul.