The attack also left a wounded man who was transferred to the military and air base in Bagram, near the capital.
An American soldier was killed and another was wounded today by a member of the Afghan security forces in Kabul.
According to "initial" information, the attack was made up of a member of the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces who was lost "lost" by lost comrades, a spokesman said. Defined, Debra Richardson.
The wounded man was transferred to the military and air base in Bagram, near the capital, and the note said "stable".
This attack occurs when Allied commander, Austin "Scott" Miller, remained unharmed last month and an American general was injured in another similar action in the southern province of Kandahar.
Kandahar's Governor Bodyguard then detonated and assassinated the provincial police chief and admitted the Taliban commander of General Abdul Raziq; the head of intelligence, Mumin Hussainkhil and a journalist.
According to the latest information released by the Pentagon, the United States maintains about 14,000 troops in Afghanistan, most of whom are integrated into NATO's mission to prepare Afghan troops and others for counter-terrorism.