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The U.S. military has conducted three more successful attacks on Syrian positions in Syria since last week in what the Pentagon’s chief told lawmakers it’s called the “escalation strategy.”
Lt. Gen. Sean MacFarland will tell the Senate Armed Services Committee this week that the Pentagon has been able to “reduce the risk to U.S. forces operating in Syria,” Fox News reported Friday.
MacFarland said ISIS “has been forced to retreat into less populated areas,” and “we can safely assume that we will soon be conducting operations and strikes against targets that are more heavily defended.”
The strikes Thursday and Saturday, carried out by unmanned aircraft, and the use of special operations forces, led to the death of at least 60 ISIS fighters and injured hundreds more.
“The goal was to take out as many ISIS fighters as possible,” the senior military official said in testimony to the subcommittee. “While ISIS has lost ground in their strongholds and in their areas of operations around the Iraqi border, the U.S. will continue to engage targets where it believes those targets are most hard to reach.”
He said the operation was “unplanned” and had been in the works for weeks.
“When you’ve got an enemy that can move rapidly around the battlefield, you have to attack them wherever you can,” the official told lawmakers. “If we could successfully attack targets in the area where we have the weakest presence, it will help our partners in Syria.”
The military has launched 17 attacks on positions that are not under the control of the Syrian government on Syrian and Iraqi territory, according to the official’s testimony.
“As a result of this escalation” of the U.S. war in Syria against jihadists, the official said, “we have reduced the risks of being killed or injuring our troops who are doing their jobs in support of Iraqis and Syrians.”
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