The incident occurred on Camp Shorab base in southern Helmand province on Sunday. Official Twitter account of the Afghan mission, "Resolute support," reports the injury of three military and provide them with medical care. Details at the time of this writing, is not given.

Reuters recalls that a few years ago, attacks on local military Americans was one of the major problems of the mission in this country. The number dropped after a review of safety measures and on the background of reducing the total number of troops of foreigners working in Afghanistan.

Base Camp Shorab, which now controls the Afghan army, formerly called Camp Bastion and was one of the main US bases in the South of the province where the most heated battles.

The mission in Afghanistan is the longest foreign campaign in modern U.S. history. It started in 2001 after the September 11 attacks, when the United States deployed combat groups "Taliban" and "al-Qaeda". From 1 January 2015, the NATO mission is called "Resolute support," she declared as non-combat. In her part about 12 thousand military Alliance teach and train local security forces.