WASHINGTON - US military officials say theyve recovered thousands of American-made weapons that found their way to the Taliban in Afghanistan. Most of it comes off of dead bodies, Army Lt Col Michael Rayburn told USA Today in a story reported on Tuesday. Rayburn heads a task force charged with reviewing the loss and recovery of some of the $330 million in weapons, ammunition and vehicles purchased by the US military for the Afghan army and national police. In the last 11 months, 13,000 weapons, 200,000 rounds of ammunition and 80 vehicles were lost or traded, in some cases to the Taliban, by Afghan security personnel, Rayburn said. He said much of the equipment had been recovered. The Afghans now are being required to track lost or stolen equipment, which so far has not been used to kill any US soldiers, said Ken Feiereisen, a civilian working with the task force.