Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve release latest coalition airstrikes targeting IS in Iraq and Syria.

The following videos and descriptions are as presented on the CJTF-OIR youtube page.

A coalition strike destroys a building used by Daesh as a fighting position near Ramadi, Iraq, Oct. 31, 2015, in support of Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) efforts to liberate the city. This target is one of eight Daesh buildings and 10 fighting positions destroyed that day, as a part of Operation Inherent Resolve:

A coalition strike destroys a building used by Daesh as a fighting position near Ramadi, Iraq Oct. 31, 2015, in support of Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) efforts to liberate the city. This target is one of eight Daesh buildings and 10 fighting positions destroyed that day, as a part of Operation Inherent Resolve:

A coalition strike destroys a building used by Daesh as a fighting position near Ramadi, Iraq Oct. 31, 2015, in support of Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) efforts to liberate the city. This target is one of eight Daesh buildings and 10 fighting positions destroyed that day, as a part of Operation Inherent Resolve. Other strikes that day in Ramadi hit two separate tactical units and destroyed two ISIL rocket rails, an ISIL trench, suppressed an ISIL fighting position, and denied ISIL access to terrain. Coalition forces will continue to use precision airstrikes to disrupt Daesh’s ability to conduct terrorist attacks in the area against ISF and innocent Iraqis:

A coalition strike destroys a Daesh weapons cache near Ramadi, Iraq, Nov. 3, 2015, in support of Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) efforts to liberate the city. Other strikes that day near Ramadi hit an Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) tactical unit and destroyed seven ISIL fighting positions, an ISIL vehicle-borne improvised explosive device (VBIED), an ISIL vehicle, an ISIL building and denied ISIL access to terrain. Coalition forces will continue to use precision airstrikes to disrupt Daesh’s ability to conduct terrorist attacks in the area against ISF and innocent Iraqis:

MAR’A, Syria – A coalition strike destroyed a Da’ish (an Arabic acronym for ISIL) facility used for weapons storage Nov. 6, 2015. Coalition forces conducted the strike to assist anti-ISIL forces in the area. Coalition precision strikes aim to degrade ISIL’s ability to conduct terrorist attacks:

Coalition strikes ISIL-controlled gas and oil separation plant near Abu Kamal, Syria, Nov. 8, 2015. This strike was conducted in support of Operation Tidal Wave II, an operation designed to inflict significant damage on ISIL’s ability to gain revenue for their terrorist operations:

Coalition strikes ISIL-controlled gas and oil separation plant near Dayr Az Zawr, Syria, Nov. 9, 2015. This strike was conducted in support of Operation Tidal Wave II, an operation designed to shut down ISIL’s illegal oil production in E. Syria that provides them with 2/3 of their revenue:

ABU KAMAL, Syria — Coalition airstrike hits ISIL-controlled petroleum junction point Nov. 8, 2015, to disrupt Da’ish (an Arabic acronym for ISIL) financial revenue. This strike was part of Operation Tidal Wave II, an operation aimed at shutting down ISIL’s illegal oil production in E. Syria that provides them with 2/3 of their revenue:

A coalition airstrike hit an Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) building, and also detonated a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device near Al Hasakah, Syria, Nov. 8, 2015. CJTF-OIR conducted the airstrike in support of the Syrian Democratic Forces’ efforts to defeat Da’ish (an Arabic acronym for ISIL):

Coalition strikes ISIL-controlled gas and oil separation plant near Dayr Az Zawr, Syria, Nov. 9, 2015. This strike was conducted in support of Operation Tidal Wave II, an operation designed to inflict significant damage on ISIL’s ability to gain revenue for their terrorist operations. Operation Tidal Wave II is named after the Allied campaign against Nazi oil fields in World War II:

Coalition aircraft conducted multiple strikes on various Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) targets Nov. 11, 2015, near Sinjar, Iraq, in support of a Peshmerga offensive operation to retake Sinjar. The operation aimed to degrade Da’ish’s (an Arabic acronym for ISIL) resupply efforts, disrupt funding to the terrorist group’s operations, stem the flow of Da’ish fighters into Iraq, and further isolate Mosul, Iraq from Ar Raqqah, Syria. The Nov. 11 strikes destroyed numerous targets to include: 27 ISIL fighting positions, two ISIL vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices, nine separate ISIL tactical units, nine ISIL staging areas, six ISIL assembly areas, two ISIL caches and four ISIL staging areas:

A coalition aircraft destroyed an Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) improvised explosive device near Sinjar, Iraq, Nov. 11, 2015. Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve conducted the strike in preparation for a Peshmerga offensive operation to retake Sinjar from Da’ish (an Arabic acronym for ISIL.) The operation also aimed to seize portions of Highway 47, a significant Da’ish supply route between Ar Raqqah, Syria, and Mosul, Iraq:

Coalition aircraft conducts strike on one of five ISIL tactical units inside a building near Sinjar, Iraq, in support of a Peshmerga offensive operation to retake Sinjar on Nov.12, 2015. The operation aimed to degrade Da’ish’s (an Arabic acronym for ISIL) resupply efforts, disrupt funding to the terrorist group’s operations, stem the flow of Da’ish fighters into Iraq, and further isolate Mosul, Iraq from Ar Raqqah, Syria.
Near Sinjar on Nov. 12, 2015, twelve strikes struck five separate ISIL tactical units and destroyed 27 ISIL fighting positions, three ISIL heavy machine guns, five ISIL vehicles, an ISIL vehicle borne improvised explosive device (VBIED), 11 ISIL staging areas, and denied ISIL access to terrain:

One of nine coalition strikes struck an ISIL tactical unit near Ramadi, Iraq, on Nov. 13, 2015. On the same date, strikes near Ramadi destroyed 16 ISIL buildings, two ISIL weapons caches, two ISIL tunnels, six ISIL fighting positions, two ISIL light machine guns, an ISIL rocket rail, two ISIL sniper positions, five ISIL vehicle borne improvised explosive devices (VBIED), an ISIL staging area, two ISIL heavy machine guns, two ISIL command and control nodes, an ISIL supply cache, an ISIL tactical vehicle, three ISIL bed down locations, suppressed an ISIL fighting position, cratered three ISIL controlled roads, denied ISIL access to terrain, and wounded an ISIL fighter:

One of nine coalition strikes struck an ISIL tactical unit and destroyed a building near Ramadi, Iraq, on Nov. 13, 2015. On the same date, strikes near Ramadi destroyed 15 other ISIL buildings, two ISIL weapons caches, two ISIL tunnels, six ISIL fighting positions, two ISIL light machine guns, an ISIL rocket rail, two ISIL sniper positions, five ISIL vehicle borne improvised explosive devices (VBIED), an ISIL staging area, two ISIL heavy machine guns, two ISIL command and control nodes, an ISIL supply cache, an ISIL tactical vehicle, three ISIL bed down locations, suppressed an ISIL fighting position, cratered three ISIL controlled roads, denied ISIL access to terrain, and wounded an ISIL fighter:

One coalition strike destroys 116 fuel trucks controlled by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant near Abu Kamal, Syria, on Nov. 15, 2015. This strike was conducted in support of Operation Tidal Wave II, an operation designed to inflict significant damage on ISIL’s ability to gain revenue for their terrorist operations:

A coalition strike destroys a bridge near Ramadi, Iraq, Nov. 18, 2015. The strike denied Da’ish use of the bridge to attack Iraqi Security Forces with vehicle-borne IEDs. The ISF have surrounded and continue to apply pressure on the terrorists within the city.

Coalition strike destroys a bunker used by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, near Kisik, Iraq, on Nov. 19, 2015. The 3 strikes near Kisik on that day include: degradation of two separate ISIL tactical units and destruction of four ISIL light machine guns, four ISIL fighting positions, two ISIL vehicles, and two ISIL supply caches:

A coalition airstrike destroyed 283 Da’ish oil trucks near Al Hassakah and Dayr Az Zawr, Syria, Nov. 22, 2015. The strike supported Operation Tidal Wave II, an operation aimed at destroying Da’ish’s illegal oil revenue. Da’ish is an Arabic acronym for ISIL:

A coalition airstrike destroyed 283 Da’ish oil trucks near Al Hassakah and Dayr Az Zawr, Syria, Nov. 22, 2015. The strike supported Operation Tidal Wave II, an operation designed to shut down Da’ish’s illegal oil production in E. Syria that provides them with 2/3 of their revenue:

 

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