The United States Conducts Airstrikes Against Organizations Supported by Iran in Syria

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On Tuesday, the United States began airstrikes in Syria on what it said to be infrastructure used by organizations linked to Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.

President Joe Biden gave the order for the strikes, according to a statement from Central Command’s media chief, Col. Joe Buccino.

According to a U.S. military official, there aren’t thought to have been any deaths from the attacks, which targeted nine storage bunkers. According to the description, the bunkers served as ammunition storage and logistical supply hubs.

Using a deconfliction line, the U.S. informed Russia’s military minutes before the airstrikes, according to a U.S. military official. The F-15 and F-16 planes used in the attacks.

The airstrikes, which took place early on Wednesday local time, were retaliation for assaults on American military installations in Syria on August 15.

According to Buccino, “the U.S. attacks targeted infrastructure sites utilized by organizations linked to Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.”

According to authorities, there were drone assaults close to Al-Tanf Garrison on August 15 and rocket fire fell close to the Green Village base. According to the military, there were no injuries.

According to the military officer, the US is positive that both strikes were carried out by organizations with ties to Iran.

 

Source: NBC News

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