An F-15E Eagle fighter jet carried out the strikes, which killed an estimated five ISIS fighters.
Islamic State of Iraq and Syria - ISIS
In a statement on an ISIS-affiliated website, the group said Tuesday’s attack in Kabul targeted a prayer leader.
Increased violence has been blamed on an Islamic State affiliate targeted in stepped-up U.S. bombing.
President Donald Trump blamed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for a suspected chlorine attack.
The terror cell, which was blamed for two rocket attacks on Bagram Airfield in recent months, was eliminated.
While the death remains under investigation, officials said, COVID-19 is not suspected as the cause.
The militant group is taking advantage of governments absorbed in tackling the coronavirus pandemic.
The attack took place as they were on their way home from Bagram Air Base.
Federal prosecutors said the suspects were arrested by tactical police units early Wednesday.
The five rockets launched at the base did not cause any injuries, the military said in a tweet.