mask automatic packing machine，mask automatic packing machine，mask automatic packing machine，mask automatic packing machine，Biden: US evacuation mission will continue and not be "deterred by terrorists" President Biden said today's attack near the Kabul airport will not stop the US' mission to evacuate American citizens and Afghan civilians from Afghanistan.Biden said his commanders on the ground have "made it clear that we can and we must complete this mission and we will, and that's what I've ordered them to do.""We will not be deterred by terrorists. We will not let them stop our mission. We will continue the evacuation," Biden said.Biden said he's told his commanders to develop operational plans to strike ISIS-K assets, leadership and facilities."We will respond with force and precision at our time, at the place that we choose and at the moment of our choosing," he said.The President stressed that he is was confident in the US' completion of the mission."Here's what you need to know. These ISIS terrorists will not win. We will rescue the Americans in there. We will get our Afghan allies out and our mission will go on," the President said. "America will not be intimidated, and I have the utmost confidence in our brave service members that continue to execute this mission with courage and honor to save lives and get our Americans and partners and our Afghan allies out of Afghanistan."Some more context: US officials believe the group, ISIS-K, was likely behind today's attack but are still working to confirm its involvement, according to a senior US official and another source briefed on initial assessments. The second source told CNN it may take a few hours before US officials are able to identify the specific individuals who carried out the apparent suicide bombing.The US believes ISIS-K, which is a sworn enemy of the Taliban, wants to create mayhem at the airport and has intelligence streams suggesting it is capable and planning to carry out multiple attacks, a defense official told CNN Wednesday.CNN's Zachary Cohen and Natasha Bertrand contributed reporting to this post.