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Research Papers on attack ISIS in Iraq and Syria


• The United States has led airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

• RAF Tornado GR4 and the Reaper remotely piloted air system (RPAS) have conducted airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq. Reaper and Rivet Joint aircraft have also been authorised to fly surveillance missions over Syria.

• France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Australia, Canada and Denmark have all conducted air strikes in Iraq.

• Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates have all supported US strikes against ISIS in Syria.

• Combat troops have been explicitly ruled out by the UK and the other the countries involved, amid debate about the reliance on air power alone. However a number of British soldiers are training Peshmerga forces in northern Iraq, while further advisory personnel are expected to be deployed to Iraqi headquarters as part of a broader package of support announced on 5 November. The US also announced on 7 November the intention to deploy up to 1,500 additional military personnel in order to initiate a more comprehensive training package for Iraqi forces. Several Coalition partners have offered additional trainers as part of that initiative.

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ISIS: the military response in Iraq and Syria (PDF PDF, 19 pages, 368.5 KB) 

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3 thoughts on “Research Papers on attack ISIS in Iraq and Syria

  1. Quit yo jibba jibba

    Posted by Bighorn | August 4, 2015, 11:30 pm

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