By the time the true Afghanistan nominally received 16 aircraft C-27A of 20 cars ordered under the contract in 2008 (amended in 2010). But almost all assigned aircraft C-27A from December 2011 out of service due to poor technical condition, the acute shortage of spare parts and ground support equipment and shortages of skilled care, and are laid up at the Kabul airport. In May 2012, a ban was introduced on the final flight of aircraft With-27A in the Air Force in Afghanistan. As a result, Afghan Air Force absolutely devoid of transport capacity.
December 28, 2012 the U.S. Defense Department formally notified Alenia Aermacchi of breaking contracts for the supply of the remaining aircraft on the cancellation of a prisoner on March 30, two-year contract price of 107.7 million dollars for the restoration of airworthiness at least part of the Afghan With-27A and sales service, given the poor performance of the Alenia Aermacchi North America's own duties. All Afghan aircraft With-27A decided to transfer to disposal. The total expenditures of the United States throughout the programmke C-27A deliveries to Afghanistan, their operation, maintenance and supplies, training of Afghan personnel, etc. amounted to almost $ 600 million, which turned out eventually thrown to the wind. Alenia Aermacchi supplies had run another 60 million dollars (four aircraft).