Was he going the ultimate way to recover a lost bag? Or maybe he was seeing if camel and armed truck convoy loading techniques could improve filling a LD3 cargo container?
Those are some (non-plausible) explanations for why Delta baggage handler Takuma Owuo-Hagood entered Afghanistan on 23 June. More likely explanations are that Owuo-Hagood was looking for “business opportunities” but was held hostage by the Taliban or that Owuo-Hagood was purposefully seeking out the Taliban, the New York Times reports.
Owuo-Hagood sought American military patrol protection on 2 October and has since flown back to the United States, although there is no word if he had to load his own bag into the aircraft.
Delta baggage handler found in Afghanistan
Three Delta Boeing 767-400ERs at London Heathrow. Photo: AirSpace photographer Allan.
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