U.S. Plane Down in Afghanistan

A U.S. aircraft went down in Afghanistan today, the Pentagon said. There was no immediate word on the fate of those on board.

The MC-130, which is usually used to transport special forces, went down 80 miles southwest of Kabul. There was no evidence of hostile fire.

Sources told ABCNEWS the passenger manifest listed 10 people on board, three crewmembers and seven special forces operatives.

ABCNEWS' John McWethy and Brian Hartman at the Pentagon contributed to this report.

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