US-led coalition airstrikes against the Islamic State (aka ISIS, ISIL, and Daesh) on February 24 and 25 destroyed an IED production/storage facility and an oil process facility near Al Qaim, Iraq and Abu Kamal, Syria respectively.
These were just two of dozens of precision strikes targeting ISIS terrorists in Iraq and Syria every day as part of the Combined Joint Task Force‘s Operation Inherent Resolve.
Though Syrian regime forces and opposition factions, as well as their international backers, are currently observing a tenuous ceasefire, Al Qaeda and ISIS targets are still fair game. Recently OIR airstrikes have severely limited ISIS’ ability to make money and pay their fighters.
In the video below, see the February 24 strike that disabled an ISIS IED production/storage facility:
In a separate Facebook post, OIR released the following footage of a strike destroying an ISIS oil processing facility:
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