The 13 U.S. service members who died in an August 26 suicide attack have been given the Purple Heart award posthumously, including a Navy soldier who was killed along with 12 Marines when a suicide bomber detonated a device at the Kabul airport.
The service members were screening passengers at the Abbey Gate when they were killed.
ISIS-K claimed responsibility for the attack, which also killed more than 160 Afghans.
Veterans have been angry with President Joe Biden for his handling of Afghanistan and for conditions that allowed service members to be killed.
The military have now left the country, but Americans and Afghan allies still remain there.
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