An Afghan National Army - Air Corps An-32B seen during an overshoot over homebase Kadahar airfield. The aircraft was delivered in April 1991 to Afghanistan and was withdrawn from use as per June 2011, it's current fate is unknown.
Antonov 32 of the Fixed Wing of the then Afghan National Army - Air Corps. The 342 was delivered to the ANA-AC in April 1991 in a green/brown colour scheme. Late 2004 the aircraft was overhauled at Ivanovo-Severny (Russia) and redelivered to Afghanistan early 2005 in this boring overall grey colour scheme. The aircraft only continued operations for a few years as it was withdrawn from use in 2011. It was scrapped (unconfirmed) at Kabul in 2012.
This Antonov unfortunately made world headlines on January 8th, 1996, when it failed to get airborne on take-off at Kinshasa, overran the runway and ended up on a marketplace in the city, killing more than 200 people.