American Steve Warren " to the international coalition led by the United States is wo
American Steve Warren " to the international coalition led by the United States is working closely with the security forces for the liberation of Fallujah, Iraq.
Speaking to the media during the Iraqi round-table meeting held on 26 may 2016 in Baghdad, Iraq, said a spokesman for the joint task force operation inherent resolve to colonel in the army. American Steve Warren " to the international coalition led by the United States is working closely with the security forces for the liberation of Fallujah, Iraq.
We have since 22 may guide strikes against more than 30 goals in and around the city.
These air strikes that we make to support land operations of the forces of Iraqi rigorous as well as specific goals, as they have targeted Isis fighters, including the former commander of Fallujah Maher Bilawi, as well as Fighting Isis sites and machine guns.
The advisers also works with American and coalition forces advisers with Iraqi military leaders to advise them on how to coordinate the air strikes and how to move their forces.
And more than 4.000 fighters from Sunni clans equipped by the international coalition a leading role in the front lines side by side with the Iraqi army and members of the counter-terrorism after they received their training by the forces The International Coalition.
We will continue our support for the security forces of Iraq to be liberalized fallujah full recovery of all Iraqi territory seized by barbarous enemy ISIS."
“The U.S.-led Coalition has been working very closely with the Iraqi security forces to liberate Fallujah. Since May 22, we have struck more than 30 targets in and around the city.
These airstrikes in support of the Iraqi security forces ground operations are very precise and specific, targeting Da’esh fighters - including the former Da’esh Fallujah commander, Maher al-Bilawi - Da’esh fighting positions and Da’esh machine guns.
American and Coalition advisors are working with Iraqi Generals to provide them advice on how to coordinate airstrikes and how to move their forces.
The more than 4,000 Sunni tribal fighters equipped by the Coalition are performing a leading role on the frontlines along with the Coalition trained Counter Terrorism Service and the Iraqi Army.
We will continue our support for the Iraqi security forces till Fallujah and all other Da’esh occupied territories in Iraq are completely liberated from this barbaric enemy.” - U.S. Army Colonel Steve Warren, CJTF-OIR Spokesperson, at a roundtable with Iraqi media, May 26, 2016, Baghdad, Iraq.