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Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers prepare for combat during an ongoing battle with Taliban militants in the Nad Ali district of Helmand on December 22, 2015. Military planes have dropped food and ammunition to besieged Afghan forces battling to push Taliban insurgents out of Sangin, officials said December 22, two days after the emboldened militants stormed the opium-growing district. Islamists have captured large swathes of the district in the southern province of Helmand which British and US forces struggled for years to defend.Fleeing local residents reported bloody gunfights as the Taliban advanced on the district centre, highlighting a worsening security situation across Afghanistan a year after NATO formally ended its combat operations. AFP PHOTO / Noor Mohammad / AFP / NOOR MOHAMMAD        (Photo credit should read NOOR MOHAMMAD/AFP/Getty Images)
Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers prepare for combat during an ongoing battle with Taliban militants in the Nad Ali district of Helmand on December 22, 2015. Military planes have dropped food and ammunition to besieged Afghan forces battling to push Taliban insurgents out of Sangin, officials said December 22, two days after the emboldened militants stormed the opium-growing district. Islamists have captured large swathes of the district in the southern province of Helmand which British and US forces struggled for years to defend.Fleeing local residents reported bloody gunfights as the Taliban advanced on the district centre, highlighting a worsening security situation across Afghanistan a year after NATO formally ended its combat operations. AFP PHOTO / Noor Mohammad / AFP / NOOR MOHAMMAD        (Photo credit should read NOOR MOHAMMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

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Afghan analyst Omar Hamid says despite training and support, Afghan security forces are unable to hold their ground against Taliban forces when fighting alone.

Analyst: Afghan forces can't match Taliban tactics

Afghan analyst Omar Hamid says despite training and support, Afghan security forces are unable to hold their ground against Taliban forces when fighting alone.