Military reports – July 2018

Written by Airwars Staff on July 2, 2018


Monthly summary: Below are all known published daily Coalition military reports relating to the air war against so called Islamic State or Daesh in Iraq and Syria for July 2018. We have also included relevant video and photo releases. Beginning in June 2018, the Coalition began issuing once weekly reports, issued each Monday for the previous seven days, though Airwars continues to disaggregate these by date.

 

July 1st – July 2nd 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,263 – 14,263)
Syria 0 strikes (15,478 – 15,478)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners have accelerated offensive activity against Daesh targets in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Since the May 1 start of Operation Roundup, Syrian Democratic Forces resumed major offensive operations in the Middle Euphrates River Valley. Since then, the SDF has continued to gain ground through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces continue to exert pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates in order to degrade, disrupt and dismantle Daesh structures and remove terrorists throughout Iraq and Syria. Daesh morale is sinking on the frontlines as privileged Daesh leaders increasingly abandon their own fighters on the battlefield, taking resources with them as they flee.

Over the coming weeks, Operation Roundup will continue to build momentum against Daesh remnants remaining in the Iraq-Syria border region and the MERV. The Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh here, increasing peace and stability in the region and protecting all our homelands from the Daesh threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between June 25 and July 1, Coalition military forces conducted 29 strikes consisting of 39 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 1, 2018.

On July 1 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Asad, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed three Daesh caves.

On June 30 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED.

On June 30 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Qaim, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes.

On June 29 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed four Daesh IEDs.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 29, 2018.

On June 28 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed two Daesh IED belts.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 28, 2018.

On June 27 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and two Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles, one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh-held building.

On June 27 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh vehicles.
•       Near Jalawla’, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building and three Daesh caves.

On June 26 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh supply routes, one Daesh-held building and two Daesh vehicles.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh vehicles and one Daesh logistics hub.

On June 26 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Asad, one strike destroyed 15 Daesh caves.
•       Near Al Hawijah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on June 25, 2018.’

Update from French MoD on July 5th:
[From June 27th to July 3rd, Task Force Wagram conducted six shooting missions against the last pockets of ISIS in the Euphrates Valley. Since the launch of the offensive on May 1st, it’s conducted 168 shooting missions. Over the last week, French aircraft carried out 21 sorties – but once again no strikes were conducted.]

‘OPÉRATION CHAMMAL
SITUATION MILITAIRE DU THEATRE

Offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech en Syrie
En Syrie, l’offensive contre les deux dernières emprises territoriales de Daech se poursuit sans que Daech n’oppose de véritable résistance.
Menée par les forces démocratiques syriennes, coordonnée avec les forces de sécurité irakiennes et appuyée par la coalition, elle a déjà permis de reprendre près de 600 km2 de territoire à Daech depuis son lancement le 1er mai.

Poursuite des actions de sécurisation en Irak
En Irak, les forces de sécurité irakiennes poursuivent leurs opérations de sécurisation sur l’ensemble du territoire. Les zones d’effort prioritaires restent Bagdad, la région de Ninive et le désert de l’Anbar. Les saisies d’armes et de munitions y sont régulières.

ACTIVITE DE LA FORCE
Formation au profit des forces de sécurité irakiennes
La Task Force Narvik poursuit ses stages au profit de l’Iraki Counter Terrorisme Service (ICTS). Près de 200 stagiaires sont actuellement formés aux techniques de lutte contre les engins explosifs, de maniement et d’entretien d’armements lourds, de déplacement tactique en convoi, de secourisme au combat et de tir de précision.
La Task Force Wagram en appui de l’offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech présentes dans la vallée de l’Euphrate
Les artilleurs de la Task Force Wagram demeurent engagés en appui de l’offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech dans la vallée de l’Euphrate.
Depuis le lancement de l’offensive le 1er mai, la Task Force Wagram a réalisé 168 missions de tirs, dont 6 sur la semaine écoulée (bilan du 27 juin au 03 juillet inclus).
Depuis le début de son engagement, la Task Force Wagram a réalisé 1827 missions de tirs.

Les bases aériennes en Jordanie et aux EAU en appui des opérations
Sur la semaine écoulée, les aéronefs de l’opération Chammal ont réalisé 21 sorties aériennes en appui des forces locales engagées au sol (bilan du 27 juin au 03 juillet inclus). Aucune frappe n’a été réalisée.
Bilan total de l’action du pilier appui aérien depuis le 19/09/14 :
8195 sorties / 1450 frappes / 2241 objectifs neutralisés.’

 

July 2nd – July 3rd 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,264 – 14,264)
Syria 3 strikes (15,479 – 15,481)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners have accelerated offensive activity against Daesh targets in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Since the May 1 start of Operation Roundup, Syrian Democratic Forces resumed major offensive operations in the Middle Euphrates River Valley. Since then, the SDF has continued to gain ground through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces continue to exert pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates in order to degrade, disrupt and dismantle Daesh structures and remove terrorists throughout Iraq and Syria. Daesh morale is sinking on the frontlines as privileged Daesh leaders increasingly abandon their own fighters on the battlefield, taking resources with them as they flee.

Over the coming weeks, Operation Roundup will continue to build momentum against Daesh remnants remaining in the Iraq-Syria border region and the MERV. The Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh here, increasing peace and stability in the region and protecting all our homelands from the Daesh threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 2 and July 8, Coalition military forces conducted 31 strikes consisting of 42 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On July 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 8 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Kisik, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On July 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 7 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles.

On July 6 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Hawijah, one strike destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh headquarters.

On July 5 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed five Daesh caves.

On July 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh vehicles and one Daesh headquarters.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 4, 2018.

On July 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and one Daesh fighting position.

On July 3 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Habbaniyah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

 

July 3rd – July 4th 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,265 – 14,265)
Syria 4 strikes (15,482 – 15,485)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners have accelerated offensive activity against Daesh targets in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Since the May 1 start of Operation Roundup, Syrian Democratic Forces resumed major offensive operations in the Middle Euphrates River Valley. Since then, the SDF has continued to gain ground through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces continue to exert pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates in order to degrade, disrupt and dismantle Daesh structures and remove terrorists throughout Iraq and Syria. Daesh morale is sinking on the frontlines as privileged Daesh leaders increasingly abandon their own fighters on the battlefield, taking resources with them as they flee.

Over the coming weeks, Operation Roundup will continue to build momentum against Daesh remnants remaining in the Iraq-Syria border region and the MERV. The Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh here, increasing peace and stability in the region and protecting all our homelands from the Daesh threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 2 and July 8, Coalition military forces conducted 31 strikes consisting of 42 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On July 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 8 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Kisik, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On July 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 7 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles.

On July 6 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Hawijah, one strike destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh headquarters.

On July 5 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed five Daesh caves.

On July 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh vehicles and one Daesh headquarters.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 4, 2018.

On July 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and one Daesh fighting position.

On July 3 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Habbaniyah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

 

July 4th- July 5th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,265 – 14,265)
Syria 4 strikes (15,486 – 15,489)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners have accelerated offensive activity against Daesh targets in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Since the May 1 start of Operation Roundup, Syrian Democratic Forces resumed major offensive operations in the Middle Euphrates River Valley. Since then, the SDF has continued to gain ground through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces continue to exert pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates in order to degrade, disrupt and dismantle Daesh structures and remove terrorists throughout Iraq and Syria. Daesh morale is sinking on the frontlines as privileged Daesh leaders increasingly abandon their own fighters on the battlefield, taking resources with them as they flee.

Over the coming weeks, Operation Roundup will continue to build momentum against Daesh remnants remaining in the Iraq-Syria border region and the MERV. The Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh here, increasing peace and stability in the region and protecting all our homelands from the Daesh threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 2 and July 8, Coalition military forces conducted 31 strikes consisting of 42 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On July 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 8 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Kisik, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On July 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 7 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles.

On July 6 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Hawijah, one strike destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh headquarters.

On July 5 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed five Daesh caves.

On July 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh vehicles and one Daesh headquarters.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 4, 2018.

On July 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and one Daesh fighting position.

On July 3 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Habbaniyah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

 

July 5th- July 6th 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,266 – 14,266)
Syria 6 strikes (15,490 – 15,495)
Confirmed actions: US, UK

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners have accelerated offensive activity against Daesh targets in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Since the May 1 start of Operation Roundup, Syrian Democratic Forces resumed major offensive operations in the Middle Euphrates River Valley. Since then, the SDF has continued to gain ground through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces continue to exert pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates in order to degrade, disrupt and dismantle Daesh structures and remove terrorists throughout Iraq and Syria. Daesh morale is sinking on the frontlines as privileged Daesh leaders increasingly abandon their own fighters on the battlefield, taking resources with them as they flee.

Over the coming weeks, Operation Roundup will continue to build momentum against Daesh remnants remaining in the Iraq-Syria border region and the MERV. The Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh here, increasing peace and stability in the region and protecting all our homelands from the Daesh threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 2 and July 8, Coalition military forces conducted 31 strikes consisting of 42 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On July 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 8 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Kisik, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On July 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 7 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles.

On July 6 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Hawijah, one strike destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh headquarters.

On July 5 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed five Daesh caves.

On July 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh vehicles and one Daesh headquarters.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 4, 2018.

On July 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and one Daesh fighting position.

On July 3 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Habbaniyah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

Update from UK MoD for Thursday 5 July:

‘Thursday 5 July – a Reaper struck a terrorist team planting improvised explosive devices in eastern Syria…A Royal Air Force Reaper conducted an armed reconnaissance mission over the eastern borders of Syria on Thursday 5 July. A number of vehicles were seen and, after careful surveillance, identified as a refugee convoy. However, further down the road, a Daesh team was observed burying improvised explosive devices; given the threat these could pose to innocent traffic, an immediate attack was conducted using a Hellfire missile which put an end to the terrorists’ activities.’

July 6th- July 7th 2018
Iraq 2 strikes (14,267 – 14,268)
Syria 2 strikes (15,496 – 15,497)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners have accelerated offensive activity against Daesh targets in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Since the May 1 start of Operation Roundup, Syrian Democratic Forces resumed major offensive operations in the Middle Euphrates River Valley. Since then, the SDF has continued to gain ground through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces continue to exert pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates in order to degrade, disrupt and dismantle Daesh structures and remove terrorists throughout Iraq and Syria. Daesh morale is sinking on the frontlines as privileged Daesh leaders increasingly abandon their own fighters on the battlefield, taking resources with them as they flee.

Over the coming weeks, Operation Roundup will continue to build momentum against Daesh remnants remaining in the Iraq-Syria border region and the MERV. The Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh here, increasing peace and stability in the region and protecting all our homelands from the Daesh threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 2 and July 8, Coalition military forces conducted 31 strikes consisting of 42 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On July 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 8 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Kisik, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On July 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 7 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles.

On July 6 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Hawijah, one strike destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh headquarters.

On July 5 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed five Daesh caves.

On July 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh vehicles and one Daesh headquarters.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 4, 2018.

On July 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and one Daesh fighting position.

On July 3 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Habbaniyah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

 

July 7th- July 8th 2018
Iraq 2 strikes (14,269 – 14,270)
Syria 2 strikes (15,498 – 15,499)
Confirmed actions: US, FRANCE, UK

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners have accelerated offensive activity against Daesh targets in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Since the May 1 start of Operation Roundup, Syrian Democratic Forces resumed major offensive operations in the Middle Euphrates River Valley. Since then, the SDF has continued to gain ground through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces continue to exert pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates in order to degrade, disrupt and dismantle Daesh structures and remove terrorists throughout Iraq and Syria. Daesh morale is sinking on the frontlines as privileged Daesh leaders increasingly abandon their own fighters on the battlefield, taking resources with them as they flee.

Over the coming weeks, Operation Roundup will continue to build momentum against Daesh remnants remaining in the Iraq-Syria border region and the MERV. The Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh here, increasing peace and stability in the region and protecting all our homelands from the Daesh threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 2 and July 8, Coalition military forces conducted 31 strikes consisting of 42 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On July 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 8 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Kisik, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On July 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes [2 French?] engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 7 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles.

On July 6 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Hawijah, one strike destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh headquarters.

On July 5 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed five Daesh caves.

On July 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh vehicles and one Daesh headquarters.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 4, 2018.

On July 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and one Daesh fighting position.

On July 3 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Habbaniyah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

Update from UK MoD for Saturday 7 July:

‘Saturday 7 July – Typhoons bombed a Daesh hide in northern Iraq…On Saturday 9 [7th?] July, Typhoon FGR4s flew to northern Iraq, where a terrorist hide had been spotted, concealed in woodland on the bank of the Tigris to the north-west of Mosul. A single Paveway IV destroyed the site.’

From French MoD on July 12th

[From July 4th-10th, France report 19 air sorties. Three planned strikes were made this week, conducted during the night of July 7th-8th. They destroyed ISIS logistical buildings in the Abu Kamal area of ​​the Euphrates Valley. Additionally, Task Force Wagram carried out six shooting missions. A total of 189 missions have been carried out since the start of the offensives against the last pockets of ISIS in the Euphrates Valley on May 1st.]

July 8th- July 9th 2018
Iraq 2 strikes (14,271 – 14,272)
Syria 1 strike (15,500 – 15,500)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners have accelerated offensive activity against Daesh targets in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Since the May 1 start of Operation Roundup, Syrian Democratic Forces resumed major offensive operations in the Middle Euphrates River Valley. Since then, the SDF has continued to gain ground through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces continue to exert pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates in order to degrade, disrupt and dismantle Daesh structures and remove terrorists throughout Iraq and Syria. Daesh morale is sinking on the frontlines as privileged Daesh leaders increasingly abandon their own fighters on the battlefield, taking resources with them as they flee.

Over the coming weeks, Operation Roundup will continue to build momentum against Daesh remnants remaining in the Iraq-Syria border region and the MERV. The Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh here, increasing peace and stability in the region and protecting all our homelands from the Daesh threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 2 and July 8, Coalition military forces conducted 31 strikes consisting of 42 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On July 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 8 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Kisik, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On July 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 7 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles.

On July 6 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Hawijah, one strike destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.
•       Near Al Qaim, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

On July 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh headquarters.

On July 5 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed five Daesh caves.

On July 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh vehicles and one Daesh headquarters.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 4, 2018.

On July 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and one Daesh fighting position.

On July 3 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Habbaniyah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

On July 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

From French MoD on July 12th

[From July 4th-10th, France report 19 air sorties. Three planned strikes were made this week, conducted during the night of July 7th-8th. They destroyed ISIS logistical buildings in the Abu Kamal area of ​​the Euphrates Valley. Additionally, Task Force Wagram carried out six shooting missions. A total of 189 missions have been carried out since the start of the offensives against the last pockets of ISIS in the Euphrates Valley on May 1st.]

 

‘IRAK-SYRIE – CHAMMAL
SITUATION MILITAIRE DU THEATRE

Offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech en Syrie

En Syrie, l’offensive contre les deux dernières emprises territoriales de Daech se poursuit. La résistance de Daech demeure faible avec néanmoins un grand nombre d’engins explosifs improvisés laissés sur le terrain.
Menées par les forces démocratiques syriennes, coordonnées avec les forces de sécurité irakiennes et appuyées par la coalition, ces opérations ont permis de reprendre plus de 900 km2 de territoire à Daech depuis leur lancement le 1er mai.

Poursuite des actions de sécurisation en Irak

En Irak, les forces de sécurité irakiennes poursuivent leurs opérations de sécurisation. Les zones d’effort demeurent la région de Ninive et le désert de l’Anbar.

ACTIVITE DE LA FORCE

Formation au profit des forces de sécurité irakiennes

Un détachement d’instruction opérationnel (DIO) « artillerie » a été lancé cette semaine. Ce DIO artillerie sera chargé de participer à la montée en puissance des artilleurs irakiens. Dispensée par une dizaine d’instructeurs français, la formation s’adressera aux moniteurs irakiens de l’école d’artillerie irakienne.
La cérémonie de bienvenue de ce DIO a eu lieu le 8 juillet en présence du général Hatem, commandant l’artillerie irakienne.
La Task Force Narvik poursuit ses stages au profit de près de 200 stagiaires de l’Iraki Counter Terrorisme Service (ICTS). Ces formations couvrent l’apprentissage à la lutte contre les engins explosifs, au maniement et à l’entretien d’armements lourds, au déplacement tactique en convoi, au secourisme au combat et au tir de précision.
La Task Force Wagram en appui de l’offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech présentes dans la vallée de l’Euphrate
Les artilleurs de la Task Force Wagram demeurent engagés en appui de l’offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech dans la vallée de l’Euphrate.
Depuis le lancement de l’offensive le 1er mai, la Task Force Wagram a réalisé 189 missions de tirs, dont 6 sur la semaine écoulée (bilan du 04 au 10 juillet inclus).
Depuis le début de son engagement, la Task Force Wagram a réalisé 1848 missions de tirs.

Les bases aériennes en Jordanie et aux EAU en appui des operations

Sur la semaine écoulée, les aéronefs de l’opération Chammal ont réalisé 19 sorties aériennes en appui des forces locales engagées au sol (bilan du 04 au 10 juillet inclus). Trois frappes planifiées ont été réalisées cette semaine. Menées dans la nuit du 7 au 8 juillet 2018, elles ont permis de détruire des bâtiments logistiques de Daech situés dans le secteur d’Abu Kamal, dans la vallée de l’Euphrate en Syrie.
Bilan total de l’action du pilier appui aérien depuis le 19/09/14 :
8214 sorties / 1453 frappes / 2244 objectifs neutralisés.’

 

July 9th- July 10th 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,273 – 14,273)
Syria 2 strikes (15,501 – 15,502)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 9 and July 15, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 15, 2018.

On July 15 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rawah, two strikes destroyed two Daesh tunnels.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 14, 2018.

On July 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position and one Daesh logistics hub.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 13, 2018.

On July 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 12 2018.

On July 11 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 11, 2018.

On July 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 10, 2018.

On July 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and two Daesh fighting positions. 

On July 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Diyala, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh motorcycles, one Daesh-held building, one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh supply cache.’

 

July 10th- July 11th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,273 – 14,273)
Syria 1 strike (15,503 – 15,503)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 9 and July 15, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 15, 2018.

On July 15 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rawah, two strikes destroyed two Daesh tunnels.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 14, 2018.

On July 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position and one Daesh logistics hub.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 13, 2018.

On July 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 12 2018.

On July 11 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 11, 2018.

On July 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 10, 2018.

On July 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and two Daesh fighting positions.

On July 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Diyala, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh motorcycles, one Daesh-held building, one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh supply cache.’

 

July 11th- July 12th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,273 – 14,273)
Syria 2 strikes (15,504 – 15,505)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 9 and July 15, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 15, 2018.

On July 15 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rawah, two strikes destroyed two Daesh tunnels.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 14, 2018.

On July 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position and one Daesh logistics hub.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 13, 2018.

On July 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 12 2018.

On July 11 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes 

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 11, 2018.

On July 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 10, 2018.

On July 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and two Daesh fighting positions.

On July 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Diyala, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh motorcycles, one Daesh-held building, one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh supply cache.’

From Dutch MoD on July 11th:

[Dutch F-16s are still actively conducting airstrikes in Iraq. For July 4th-11th, the Dutch MoD reported its jets attacked an ISIS logistical storage unit near Mosul. The other eight missions above Deir Ezzor and al Hasakah did not see weapons deployed.]

Weekoverzicht Defensieoperaties

12 kwartiermakers bereiden in Afghanistan de komst voor van 60 special forces. Die gaan Afghaanse commando’s in Mazar-e-Sharif trainen en begeleiden. Een overzicht van Defensieoperaties in de week van 4 tot 11 juli 2018.

Een ruime meerderheid van de Tweede Kamer steunde vrijdag de uitbreiding van de NAVO-missie Resolute Support.

Midden-Oosten

In de strijd tegen terreurorganisatie ISIS ondersteunden Nederlandse F-16’s grondtroepen tijdens 9 missies. Bij 1 missie zijn wapens ingezet. Dat gebeurde in de buurt van Mosul in de provincie Ninawah in Irak. De aanval was op een logistieke opslagplaats van ISIS. De toestellen vlogen de overige missies boven de provincies Deir Al Zour en Al Hasakah in Oost-Syrië.’

 

 

July 12th- July 13th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,273 – 14,273)
Syria 4 strikes (15,506 – 15,509)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 9 and July 15, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 15, 2018.

On July 15 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rawah, two strikes destroyed two Daesh tunnels.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 14, 2018.

On July 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position and one Daesh logistics hub.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 13, 2018.

On July 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 12 2018.

On July 11 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 11, 2018.

On July 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 10, 2018.

On July 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and two Daesh fighting positions.

On July 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Diyala, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh motorcycles, one Daesh-held building, one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh supply cache.’

 

July 13th- July 14th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,273 – 14,273)
Syria 2 strikes (15,510 – 15,511)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 9 and July 15, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 15, 2018.

On July 15 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rawah, two strikes destroyed two Daesh tunnels.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 14, 2018.

On July 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position and one Daesh logistics hub.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 13, 2018.

On July 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 12 2018.

On July 11 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 11, 2018.

On July 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 10, 2018.

On July 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and two Daesh fighting positions.

On July 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Diyala, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh motorcycles, one Daesh-held building, one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh supply cache.’

 

July 14th- July 15th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,273 – 14,273)
Syria 0 strikes (15,511 – 15,511)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 9 and July 15, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 15, 2018.

On July 15 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rawah, two strikes destroyed two Daesh tunnels.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 14, 2018.

On July 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position and one Daesh logistics hub.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 13, 2018.

On July 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 12 2018.

On July 11 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 11, 2018.

On July 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 10, 2018.

On July 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and two Daesh fighting positions.

On July 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Diyala, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh motorcycles, one Daesh-held building, one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh supply cache.’

 

July 15th- July 16th 2018
Iraq 2 strikes (14,274 – 14,275)
Syria 0 strikes (15,511 – 15,511)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 9 and July 15, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 15, 2018.

On July 15 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rawah, two strikes destroyed two Daesh tunnels.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 14, 2018.

On July 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position and one Daesh logistics hub.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 13, 2018.

On July 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 12 2018.

On July 11 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 11, 2018.

On July 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 10, 2018.

On July 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and two Daesh fighting positions.

On July 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Diyala, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh motorcycles, one Daesh-held building, one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh supply cache.’

From Dutch MoD on July 18th:

[The Netherlands reports no airstrikes between July 11th-18th. Dutch F-16s did offer support to ground troops in 10 missions in Iraq and Syria, reportedly without kinetic action.]

‘Weekoverzicht Defensieoperaties

Chinook-transporthelikopters zijn uitgerukt om te helpen bij bluswerk. Dat gebeurde boven Oldebroek en de duinen bij Heemskerk. De 2 helikopters staan vanwege de aanhoudende droogte stand by om te ondersteunen bij grote natuurbranden. Een overzicht van Defensieoperaties in de week van 11 tot 18 juli 2018.

Midden-Oosten

In de strijd tegen terreurorganisatie ISIS ondersteunden Nederlandse F-16’s grondtroepen tijdens 10 missies. Dat gebeurde in de Syrische provincies Deir al Zour, Al Hasakeh en in de Iraakse provincies Al Anbar en Ninawa. Er zijn geen wapens ingezet.’

 

From French MoD on July 19th:

[From July 11th to 17th, France report that Task Force Wagram carried out six artillery ‘shooting missions’ in the Euphrates Valley. In total since the start of the offensive on May 1st, it’s conducted 195 shooting missions. Aircraft conducted 24 sorties but there were no strikes.]

‘IRAK – SYRIE – CHAMMAL
SITUATION MILITAIRE DU THEATRE

Offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech en Syrie

En Syrie, l’offensive contre les deux dernières emprises territoriales de Daech a marqué un temps d’arrêt durant quelques jours, afin de stabiliser les zones récemment libérées. L’objectif des forces démocratiques syriennes reste d’éviter que des éléments de Daech ne se laissent dépasser et tentent de conduire des actions sur leurs arrières. L’offensive a depuis repris.

Poursuite des actions de sécurisation en Irak

Pour contrer l’organisation terroriste, plusieurs opérations sont menées par les forces de sécurité irakienne en Ninive et dans le désert de l’Anbar. Elles ont permis cette semaine la destruction de plusieurs tunnels, la mise hors de combat de dizaines de terroristes et la neutralisation de nombreux engins explosifs improvisés.

ACTIVITE DE LA FORCE

Formation au profit des forces de sécurité irakiennes

Élaboré à la demande de l’état-major de la 6e division irakienne, un stage « combat en zone urbaine » a été conduit par la Task Force Monsabert du 9 au 12 juillet. Le format retenu pour cette instruction résulte de l’analyse des retours d’expériences français et irakiens sur l’importance de la maîtrise des actes élémentaires du combat en zone urbaine. Cette formation couvre les techniques de progression, de sécurisation de bâtiment, ainsi que l’ensemble des savoir-faire caractéristiques du combat en zone urbaine.
Ce stage, qui s’inscrit dans une dynamique de long terme, devrait contribuer chaque mois à la formation de quinze soldats des bataillons commando de la 24e brigade.

La Task Force Wagram en appui de l’offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech présentes dans la vallée de l’Euphrate

Les artilleurs de la Task Force Wagram demeurent engagés en appui de l’offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech dans la vallée de l’Euphrate.
Depuis le lancement de l’offensive le 1er mai, la Task Force Wagram a réalisé 195 missions de tirs, dont 6 sur la semaine écoulée (bilan du 11 au 17 juillet inclus).
Depuis le début de son engagement, la Task Force Wagram a réalisé 1854 missions de tirs.

Les bases aériennes en Jordanie et aux EAU en appui des operations

Sur la semaine écoulée, les aéronefs de l’opération Chammal ont réalisé 24 sorties aériennes en appui des forces locales engagées au sol (bilan du 11 au 17 juillet inclus). Aucune frappe n’a été réalisée.
Bilan total de l’action du pilier appui aérien depuis le 19/09/14 :
8238 sorties / 1453 frappes / 2244 objectifs neutralisés.’

July 16th- July 17th 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,276 – 14,276)
Syria 4 strikes (15,512 – 15,515)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its
partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and
Syria.
Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.
Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’
operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as
degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq
and Syria.
Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains
committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region,
and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary
Between July 16 and July 22, Coalition military forces conducted 24 strikes consisting of 40 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 22, 2018.

On July 22 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 One strike was conducted near Kisik.

On July 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 21, 2018

On July 20 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle and two Daesh supply routes.

On July 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh cave.

On July 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh logistics hubs and two Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 19, 2018

On July 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of five
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 18, 2018.

On July 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near al-Soor, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh
motorcycles.

On July 17 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle-borne IED and two Daesh fighting positions.

On July 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle, two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh-held building.’

On July 16 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of nine
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed 14 Daesh caves, five Daesh tunnels and four
Daesh-held buildings.’

 

July 17th- July 18th 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,277 – 14,277)
Syria 1 strike (15,516 – 15,516)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its
partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and
Syria.
Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.
Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’
operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as
degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq
and Syria.
Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains
committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region,
and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary
Between July 16 and July 22, Coalition military forces conducted 24 strikes consisting of 40 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 22, 2018.

On July 22 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 One strike was conducted near Kisik.

On July 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 21, 2018

On July 20 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle and two Daesh supply routes.

On July 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh cave.

On July 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh logistics hubs and two Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 19, 2018

On July 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of five
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 18, 2018.

On July 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near al-Soor, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh
motorcycles.

On July 17 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle-borne IED and two Daesh fighting positions.

On July 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle, two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh-held building.’

On July 16 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of nine
engagements against Daesh targets.’
 Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed 14 Daesh caves, five Daesh tunnels and four
Daesh-held buildings.’

 

July 18th- July 19th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,277 – 14,277)
Syria 4 strikes (15,517 – 15,520)
Confirmed actions: US, UK

From CJTFOIR:

‘Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its
partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and
Syria.
Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.
Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’
operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as
degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq
and Syria.
Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains
committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region,
and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary
Between July 16 and July 22, Coalition military forces conducted 24 strikes consisting of 40 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 22, 2018.

On July 22 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 One strike was conducted near Kisik.

On July 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 21, 2018

On July 20 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle and two Daesh supply routes.

On July 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh cave.

On July 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh logistics hubs and two Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 19, 2018

On July 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of five
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 18, 2018.

On July 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near al-Soor, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh
motorcycles.

On July 17 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle-borne IED and two Daesh fighting positions.

On July 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle, two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh-held building.’

On July 16 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of nine
engagements against Daesh targets.’
 Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed 14 Daesh caves, five Daesh tunnels and four
Daesh-held buildings.’

 

Update from UK MoD for Wednesday 18 July:

‘Wednesday 18 July – a Reaper sealed off a cave containing stockpiled weapons in eastern Syria…RAF aircraft continued to fly daily reconnaissance missions to identify potential Daesh activity, but did not need to engage a target until Wednesday 18 July. A cave in eastern Syria was confirmed as the location of a stockpile of terrorist weaponry, so a Reaper employed a GBU-12 guided bomb to deny Daesh access. The weapon scored a direct hit on the cave entrance and it was successfully collapsed.’

 

From Dutch MoD on July 18th:

[After only one week in which the Dutch MoD reported firing weapons in Iraq, the Netherlands reports no airstrikes between July 11th-18th. Dutch F-16s did offer support to ground troops in 10 missions in Iraq and Syria, reportedly without kinetic action.]

Weekoverzicht Defensieoperaties

Chinook-transporthelikopters zijn uitgerukt om te helpen bij bluswerk. Dat gebeurde boven Oldebroek en de duinen bij Heemskerk. De 2 helikopters staan vanwege de aanhoudende droogte stand by om te ondersteunen bij grote natuurbranden. Een overzicht van Defensieoperaties in de week van 11 tot 18 juli 2018.

Midden-Oosten

In de strijd tegen terreurorganisatie ISIS ondersteunden Nederlandse F-16’s grondtroepen tijdens 10 missies. Dat gebeurde in de Syrische provincies Deir al Zour, Al Hasakeh en in de Iraakse provincies Al Anbar en Ninawa. Er zijn geen wapens ingezet.’

 

July 19th- July 20th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,277 – 14,277)
Syria 4 strikes (15,521 – 15,524)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its
partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and
Syria.
Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.
Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’
operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as
degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq
and Syria.
Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains
committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region,
and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary
Between July 16 and July 22, Coalition military forces conducted 24 strikes consisting of 40 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 22, 2018.

On July 22 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 One strike was conducted near Kisik.

On July 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 21, 2018

On July 20 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle and two Daesh supply routes.

On July 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh cave.

On July 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh logistics hubs and two Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 19, 2018

On July 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of five
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 18, 2018.

On July 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near al-Soor, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh
motorcycles.

On July 17 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle-borne IED and two Daesh fighting positions.

On July 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle, two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh-held building.’

On July 16 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of nine
engagements against Daesh targets.’
 Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed 14 Daesh caves, five Daesh tunnels and four
Daesh-held buildings.’

 

July 20th- July 21st 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,278 – 14,278)
Syria 4 strikes (15,525 – 15,527)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its
partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and
Syria.
Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.
Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’
operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as
degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq
and Syria.
Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains
committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region,
and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary
Between July 16 and July 22, Coalition military forces conducted 24 strikes consisting of 40 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 22, 2018.

On July 22 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 One strike was conducted near Kisik.

On July 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 21, 2018

On July 20 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle and two Daesh supply routes.

On July 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh cave.

On July 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh logistics hubs and two Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 19, 2018

On July 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of five
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 18, 2018.

On July 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near al-Soor, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh
motorcycles.

On July 17 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle-borne IED and two Daesh fighting positions.

On July 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle, two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh-held building.’

On July 16 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of nine
engagements against Daesh targets.’
 Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed 14 Daesh caves, five Daesh tunnels and four
Daesh-held buildings.’

 

July 21st- July 22nd 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,278 – 14,278)
Syria 3 strikes (15,528 – 15,530)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its
partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and
Syria.
Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.
Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’
operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as
degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq
and Syria.
Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains
committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region,
and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary
Between July 16 and July 22, Coalition military forces conducted 24 strikes consisting of 40 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 22, 2018.

On July 22 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 One strike was conducted near Kisik.

On July 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 21, 2018

On July 20 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle and two Daesh supply routes.

On July 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh cave.

On July 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh logistics hubs and two Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 19, 2018

On July 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of five
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 18, 2018.

On July 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near al-Soor, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh
motorcycles.

On July 17 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle-borne IED and two Daesh fighting positions.

On July 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle, two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh-held building.’

On July 16 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of nine
engagements against Daesh targets.’
 Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed 14 Daesh caves, five Daesh tunnels and four
Daesh-held buildings.’

 

July 22nd- July 23rd 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,279 – 14,279)
Syria 0 strikes +4* (15,531 – 15,534)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its
partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and
Syria.
Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.
Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’
operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as
degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq
and Syria.
Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains
committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region,
and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary
Between July 16 and July 22, Coalition military forces conducted 24 strikes consisting of 40 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 22, 2018.

On July 22 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 One strike was conducted near Kisik.

On July 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 21, 2018

On July 20 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of six
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle and two Daesh supply routes.

On July 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and one Daesh cave.

On July 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh logistics hubs and two Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 19, 2018

On July 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of five
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two
Daesh vehicles and three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 18, 2018.

On July 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near al-Soor, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh
motorcycles.

On July 17 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one
engagement against Daesh targets.
 Near Sulayman Bek, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle-borne IED and two Daesh fighting positions.

On July 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four
engagements against Daesh targets.
 Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one
Daesh vehicle, two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh-held building.’

On July 16 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of nine
engagements against Daesh targets.’
 Near Makhmur, one strike destroyed 14 Daesh caves, five Daesh tunnels and four
Daesh-held buildings.’

* See July 23rd-24th for amended Syria strikes

Update from French MoD on July 26th:

[For July 18th – 24th, France report just two shooting missions by Task Force Wagram in the Euphrates Valley. There have been a total of 197 missions since the offensive began on Maty 1st. French aircraft carried out 29 sorties in support of ground forces but there were no strikes.]

‘IRAK – SYRIE – CHAMMAL
SITUATION MILITAIRE DU THEATRE

Offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech en Syrie

En Syrie, l’offensive contre les deux dernières emprises territoriales de Daech se poursuit. La sécurisation de la poche de Dashisha est quasiment terminée mais la dépollution de la zone est toujours en cours.

Poursuite des actions de sécurisation en Irak

Les opérations de sécurisation se poursuivent. Une opération majeure dans le désert de Djézireh s’est terminée notamment le 18 juillet.

ACTIVITE DE LA FORCE

Formation au profit des forces de sécurité irakiennes

Depuis début juillet, la Task Force Narvik conduit une formation de lutte contre les engins explosifs improvisés (C-IED) au profit de 40 soldats de l’Iraqi Counter Terrorism Service (ICTS). Elle a pour objectif l’apprentissage de méthodes élémentaires de détection, de sécurisation et de destruction des engins explosifs improvisés à courte distance.
Cette formation contribue à la montée en puissance des unités de sécurité nationales irakiennes. Elle s’inscrit, avec l’ensemble des instructions réalisées, dans le pilier «formation» de la contribution française à l’opération Inherent Resolve.

La Task Force Wagram en appui de l’offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech présentes dans la vallée de l’Euphrate

Les artilleurs de la Task Force Wagram demeurent engagés en appui de l’offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech dans la vallée de l’Euphrate.
Depuis le lancement de l’offensive le 1er mai, la Task Force Wagram a réalisé 197 missions de tirs, dont 2 sur la semaine écoulée (bilan du 18 au 24 juillet inclus).
Depuis le début de son engagement, la Task Force Wagram a réalisé 1856 missions de tirs.

Les bases aériennes en Jordanie et aux EAU en appui des operations

Sur la semaine écoulée, les aéronefs de l’opération Chammal ont réalisé 29 sorties aériennes en appui des forces locales engagées au sol (bilan du 18 au 24 juillet inclus). Aucune frappe n’a été réalisée.
Bilan total de l’action du pilier appui aérien depuis le 19/09/14 :
8265 sorties / 1453 frappes / 2244 objectifs neutralisés.’

 

July 23rd- July 24th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,279 – 14,279)
Syria 0 strikes (15,534 – 15,534)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 23 and July 29, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 29, 2018.

On July 28 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike damaged one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 28, 2018.

On July 27 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes destroyed one Daesh fighting position and damaged three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 27, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 26, 2018.

On July 26 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement on Daesh targets.
•       Near al-Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh pickup truck.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 25, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 24, 2018.

On 24 July in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 23, 2018.

On July 22, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes in Syria that were not reported in the previous release:
•       Coalition Military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets. Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.’

 

July 24th- July 25th 2018
Iraq 1 strikes (14,280 – 14,280)
Syria 0 strikes (15,534 – 15,534)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 23 and July 29, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 29, 2018.

On July 28 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike damaged one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 28, 2018.

On July 27 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes destroyed one Daesh fighting position and damaged three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 27, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 26, 2018.

On July 26 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement on Daesh targets.
•       Near al-Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh pickup truck.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 25, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 24, 2018.

On 24 July in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 23, 2018.

On July 22, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes in Syria that were not reported in the previous release:
•       Coalition Military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets. Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.’

 

July 25th- July 26th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,280 – 14,280)
Syria 0 strikes (15,534 – 15,534)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 23 and July 29, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 29, 2018.

On July 28 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike damaged one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 28, 2018.

On July 27 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes destroyed one Daesh fighting position and damaged three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 27, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 26, 2018.

On July 26 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement on Daesh targets.
•       Near al-Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh pickup truck.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 25, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 24, 2018.

On 24 July in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 23, 2018.

On July 22, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes in Syria that were not reported in the previous release:
•       Coalition Military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets. Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.’

From Dutch MoD on July 25th:

 

[For the second consecutive week, the Dutch MoD reported no airstrikes between July 18th-25th. Dutch F-16s did offer support to ground troops in 9 missions, all of which were in the Syrian governorate of Deir Ezzor.]

‘Weekoverzicht Defensieoperaties

Zr. Ms. De Ruyter nam als vlaggenschip van het vlootverband Standing NATO Maritime Group (SNMG2) op de Zwarte Zee deel aan Exercise Breeze. Deze oefening is bedoeld om de snel inzetbare maritieme groepen van de NAVO met elkaar te laten trainen. Een overzicht van Defensieoperaties in de week van 18 tot 25 juli 2018.

Ook een vlootverband mijnenjagers (SNMCMG2) maakte deel uit van de training. Exercise Breeze is belangrijk vanwege het verhoogde aantal patrouilles in de regio.

 

 

July 26th- July 27th 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,281 – 14,281)
Syria 0 strikes (15,534 – 15,534)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 23 and July 29, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 29, 2018.

On July 28 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike damaged one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 28, 2018.

On July 27 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes destroyed one Daesh fighting position and damaged three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 27, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 26, 2018.

On July 26 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement on Daesh targets.
•       Near al-Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh pickup truck.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 25, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 24, 2018.

On 24 July in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 23, 2018.

On July 22, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes in Syria that were not reported in the previous release:
•       Coalition Military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets. Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.’

 

July 27th- July 28th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,281 – 14,281)
Syria 6 strikes (15,535 – 15,540)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 23 and July 29, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 29, 2018.

On July 28 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike damaged one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 28, 2018.

On July 27 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes destroyed one Daesh fighting position and damaged three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 27, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 26, 2018.

On July 26 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement on Daesh targets.
•       Near al-Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh pickup truck.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 25, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 24, 2018.

On 24 July in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 23, 2018.

On July 22, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes in Syria that were not reported in the previous release:
•       Coalition Military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets. Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.’

 

July 28th- July 29th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,281 – 14,281)
Syria 1 strike (15,541 – 15,541)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 23 and July 29, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 29, 2018.

On July 28 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike damaged one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 28, 2018.

On July 27 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes destroyed one Daesh fighting position and damaged three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 27, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 26, 2018.

On July 26 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement on Daesh targets.
•       Near al-Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh pickup truck.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 25, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 24, 2018.

On 24 July in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 23, 2018.

On July 22, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes in Syria that were not reported in the previous release:
•       Coalition Military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets. Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.’

 

July 29th- July 30th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,281 – 14,281)
Syria 0 strikes +2* (15,542 – 15,543)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 23 and July 29, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 29, 2018.

On July 28 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike damaged one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 28, 2018.

On July 27 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes destroyed one Daesh fighting position and damaged three Daesh lines of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on July 27, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 26, 2018.

On July 26 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement on Daesh targets.
•       Near al-Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh pickup truck.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 25, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 24, 2018.

On 24 July in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Makhmur, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq or Syria on July 23, 2018.

On July 22, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes in Syria that were not reported in the previous release:
•       Coalition Military forces conducted four strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets. Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.’

* See July 30th – 31st for amended Syria strikes.

July 30th- July 31st 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,282 – 14,282)
Syria 0 strikes (15,543 – 15,543)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 30 and August 5, Coalition military forces conducted 20 strikes consisting of 27 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On August 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh vehicles.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on August 5, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on August 4, 2018.

On August 4 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Dulab, one strike destroyed two Daesh tunnels.

On August 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed five Daesh vehicles.

On August 3 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Wadi Ashai, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On August 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes destroyed six Daesh supply routes.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on August 2, 2018.

On August 1 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed one Daesh staging area and one Daesh vehicle-borne IED factory.

On August 1 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of five engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Wadi Ashai, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh-held buildings and three Daesh supply caches.

On July 31 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh command and control center.

On July 31 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements on Daesh targets.
•       Near Wadi Ashai, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       One strike was conducted near Wadi Zagatoon.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 30, 2018.

On 30 July in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets. 
•       Near Wadi Ashai, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On July 29, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes in Syria that were not reported in the previous release:
•       Coalition Military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets. Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh supply route and one Daesh vehicle.’

 

July 31st- August 1st 2018
Iraq 2 strikes (14,283 – 14,284)
Syria 1 strike (15,544- 15,544)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘Operation Roundup targets Daesh remnants

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup, which began May 1 to accelerate the defeat of Daesh in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and Iraqi-Syrian border region, has continued to gain ground and remove terrorists from the battlefield through offensive operations coupled with precision Coalition strike support.

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve and its partner forces’ operations are exerting pressure on Daesh senior leaders and associates, as well as degrading, disrupting and dismantling Daesh organizational structures throughout Iraq and Syria.

Operation Roundup will continue to target Daesh remnants as the Coalition remains committed to the lasting defeat of Daesh to increase peace and stability in the region, and to protect all our homelands from Daesh’s terrorist threat.

Weekly Strike Summary

Between July 30 and August 5, Coalition military forces conducted 20 strikes consisting of 27 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On August 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh vehicles.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on August 5, 2018.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on August 4, 2018.

On August 4 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Dulab, one strike destroyed two Daesh tunnels.

On August 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed five Daesh vehicles.

On August 3 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Wadi Ashai, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On August 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes destroyed six Daesh supply routes.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on August 2, 2018.

On August 1 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed one Daesh staging area and one Daesh vehicle-borne IED factory.

On August 1 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of five engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Wadi Ashai, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh-held buildings and three Daesh supply caches.

On July 31 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets. 
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh command and control center.

On July 31 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements on Daesh targets. 
•       Near Wadi Ashai, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       One strike was conducted near Wadi Zagatoon.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 30, 2018.

On 30 July in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Wadi Ashai, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On July 29, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes in Syria that were not reported in the previous release:
•       Coalition Military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets. Near Abu Kamal, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh supply route and one Daesh vehicle.’

 

From CJTFOIR on July 26th:

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve Monthly Civilian Casualty Report

SOUTHWEST ASIA– The Coalition has worked by, with and through partners since 2014 to defeat Daesh in designated parts of Iraq and Syria, liberating nearly 8 million Iraqis and Syrians from Daesh’s brutal rule.

Throughout our air and ground campaigns, we have used deliberate targeting and strike processes to minimize the impact of our operations on civilian populations and infrastructure. Our assessments of civilian casualties are transparent, and we hold ourselves accountable through regularly published strike press releases and civilian casualty reports.

We are willing to work with all who bring allegations of civilian casualties to us, and we seek new or additional information or evidence through public sources, eyewitness accounts or self-reports. We have demonstrated willingness to re-assess past cases in the face of new or compelling evidence.

The Coalition conducted a total of 29,826 strikes between August 2014 and end of June 2018. During this period, based on information available, CJTF-OIR assesses at least 1059 civilians have been unintentionally killed by Coalition strikes since the start of Operation Inherent Resolve.

This month’s civilian casualty total reflects the re-addition of 15 casualties from a credible report carried in the April 2018 reports that was mistakenly left out of the May 2018 report.

In the month of June, CJTF-OIR carried over 314 open reports from previous months and received 45 new reports. The assessment of 125 civilian casualty reports have been completed. Sixteen reports were determined to be credible, resulting in 105 unintentional civilian deaths, while three were assessed to be duplicate and 106 were assessed to be non-credible. A total of 234 reports are still open.


Credible Reports– In each of sixteen incidents, the investigation assessed that although all feasible precautions were taken and the decision to strike complied with the law of armed conflict, unintended civilian casualties regrettably occurred.

1. August 23, 2016, near Qayyarah, Iraq, via media report. During a strike on Daesh improvised weapons assembly area, one civilian was unintentionally injured.

2. May 15, 2017, near al-Makef, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. During a strike on Daesh fighting positions and supply routes, two civilians were unintentionally killed.

3. May 29, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. During a strike on Daesh VBIED factory, one civilian was unintentionally killed.

4. June 28, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Amnesty International report. During a strike on reported Daesh headquarters and fighting positions near a residential area allegedly caused civilian casualties. Eight civilians were unintentionally killed.

5. July 18, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Amnesty International report. During a strike on reported Daesh fighting positions near a residential area allegedly caused civilian casualties. One civilian was injured and 11 civilians were unintentionally killed.

6. August 3, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via self-report. During a strike on reported Daesh fighting positions, one civilian was unintentionally killed as a motorcycle entered the impact area moments before the strike.

7. August 20, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Amnesty International report. During a strike on a reported Daesh position near a residential area allegedly caused civilian casualties. Nine civilians were unintentionally killed.

8. August 20, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Amnesty International report. During a strike on a reported Daesh position near a residential area allegedly caused civilian casualties. Thirty three civilians were unintentionally killed.

9. September 7, 2017, near Anah, Iraq, via Airwars report. During a strike on Daesh command and control nodes, seven civilians were unintentionally injured.

10. September 25, 2017, near Abu Kamal, Syria, via Airwars report. During a strike on Daesh Headquarters one civilian was unintentionally killed.

11. October 12, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Amnesty International report. During a strike on reported Daesh fighting positions near a residential area allegedly caused civilian casualties. Sixteen civilians were unintentionally killed.

12. December 1, 2017, near al Burham, Syria, via self-report. During a strike on Daesh position used to conceal weapons, one civilian was unintentionally killed.

13. April 2, 2018, near al-Qanus Island, Qayyarah, Iraq, via self-report. During a strike one civilian was unintentionally injured and one civilian was unintentionally killed.

14. May 11, 2018, near al-Hamadi village, al-Hassakahh, Syria, via social media report. During a strike on Daesh-held building, four civilians were unintentionally killed.

15. May 14, 2018, near Mishraq village, Iraq, via self-report. During a strike on Daesh campsite, thirteen civilians were unintentionally killed.

16. May 15, 2018, near As Susah, Syria, via self-report. During a strike on Daesh IED facility, four civilians were unintentionally killed.


Duplicate Reports— three reports were assessed to be duplicates of other reports that have been or are currently being assessed this month.

1. April 18, 2016, near al-Sedayrah, Salah al-Din, Iraq, via Airwars report. It is a duplicate of an open allegation awaiting assessment.

2. October 22, 2016, near Faizalia, Iraq, via NGO report. It is a duplicate of an open allegation awaiting assessment.

3. March 14, 2017, near al-Mahatta, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. It is a duplicate of an open allegation awaiting assessment.

Non Credible Reports–After a thorough review of the facts and circumstances of each civilian casualty report, CJTF-OIR assessed the following 106 reports as non-credible. At this time there is

insufficient information to assess that, more likely than not, a Coalition strike resulted in civilian casualties.

1. October 7, 2014, near Suluk, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

2. October 17, 2014, near Awinat, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

3. October 17, 2014, near Abu Ujail, Tikrit, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

4. October 18, 2014, near al-Shadadi, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

5. October 25, 2014, near Haj Ali, Qayyarah, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

6. October 26, 2014, near Awinat, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

7. November 4, 2014, near al-Qaiem, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

8. November 6, 2014, near al-Qaiem, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

9. November 6, 2014, near Muqah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

10. November 7, 2014, near Deir Az Zor, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

11. November 8, 2014, near al Khareeta, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

12. November 10, 2014, near Deir Az Zor, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

13. November 11, 2014, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

14. November 11, 2014, near Manbij, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

15. November 11, 2014, near Shanan, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

16. November 12, 2014, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

17. November 13, 2014, near al-Hassakahh, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

18. November 17, 2014, near Qayyarah, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

19. November 22, 2014, near Hit, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

20. December 2, 2014, near al-Mrey’iyah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

21. December 11, 2014, near Maskhanah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

22. December 12, 2014, near Kashish, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

23. December 23, 2014, near Deir Ez Zoor, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

24. December 26, 2014, near al-Wehda, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

25. January 2, 2015, near al-Farhaniya and al-Subaihat, Tikrit, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

26. January 5, 2015, near Ma’arr Hitat, Idlib, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

27. January 14, 2015, near Um al-Nayr, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

28. January 15, 2015, near Tayyani, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

29. January 18, 2015, near Tayyani, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

30. January 26, 2015, near al-Dheban Road, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

31. February 6, 2015, near al-Shadadi, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

32. February 8, 2015, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

33. February 17, 2015, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

34. February 17, 2015, near multiple neighborhoods in Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

35. February 18, 2015, near al-Maryajib crossroad, al-Shadadi, al-Hassakah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

36. February 23, 2015, near al-Jaysee, al-Hassakah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

37. February 26, 2015, near al-Hussainiyah, al-Hassakah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

38. March 3, 2015, near Fallujah, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

39. March 5, 2015, near Bartalah, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

40. March 6, 2015, near Abu Kamal, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

41. March 6, 2015, near al-Garmah, Fallujah, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

42. March 8, 2015, near Atama, Idlib, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

43. March 9, 2015, near Tilkaif, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

44. March 25, 2015, near Fallujah, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

45. April 20, 2015, near Ba’shiqa, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

46. April 21, 2015, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

47. April 29, 2015, near Fallujah, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

48. April 29, 2015, near Rommanah, Anbar, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

49. May 06, 2015, near al-Gharah, al-Hassakah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

50. May 19, 2015, near Tal Majdal, al-Hassakah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

51. May 21, 2015, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

52. May 26, 2015, near Ras al-Ain, al-Hassakah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

53. June 3, 2015, near Umm Hajra, al-Hassakah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

54. June 5, 2015, near Anah al-Jadidah, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

55. June 11, 2015, near al-Hawijah, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

56. June 13, 2015, near Suluk, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

57. June 13, 2015, near Khusham, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

58. June 19, 2015, near Arbeed, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

59. June 23, 2015, near Baiji, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

60. June 25, 2015, near Mahmoudiyah, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

61. June 25, 2015, near Qayyarah, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

62. June 26, 2015, near the road between al-Shadadi and Deir Ez Zoor, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

63. June 28, 2015, near Hit, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

64. August 3, 2015, al-Hassakah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

65. November 24, 2015, near Abu Jarbua, al-Hassakah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

66. February 23, 2016, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

67. May 19, 2016, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

68. May 28, 2016, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

69. November 6, 2016, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

70. November 19, 2016, near al-Abbarah village, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

71. February 20, 2017, near Tel Kaysoum village, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

72. February 25, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

73. March 1, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

74. March 1, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

75. March 18, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

76. March 19, 2017, near Hamra Balasim, Syria via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

77. March 30, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

78. May 8, 2017, near al-Awwal, Tabaqah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

79. June 3, 2017, near al-Zinjili, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

80. June 9, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

81. June 11, 2017, near al-Zinjili, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

82. June 11, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

83. June 12, 2017, near Euphrates River, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

84. June 12, 2017, near al-Borsa, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

85. June 17, 2017, near Rumailah, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

86. July 1, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Amnesty International report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

87. July 11, 2017, near Qasar al-Banat, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

88. July 12, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

89. July 16, 2017, near Kashkash Jabur and Kashash Zinat, Syria, via social media report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

90. July 21, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via social media report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

91. August 5, 2017, near Fadaghmi, al Shadadi, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

92. August 18, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

93. August 19, 2017, near Anah, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

94. August 19, 2017, near al-Qaem, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

95. September 2, 2017, near al-Uboor neighborhood, Anbar, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

96. September 2, 2017, near al-Qaem, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

97. September 10, 2017, near al-Hawijah, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

98. September 17, 2017, near al-Baghouz, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

99. September 19, 2017, near al-Hawijah, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

100. September 19, 2017, near al-Hawijah, Iraq, via social media report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

101. October 16, 2017, near al-Qaem, Iraq, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

102. October 17, 2017, near al-Soussa, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

103. November 11, 2017, near al-Dashishah, Syria, via self-report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

104. June 2, 2018, near al-Hidaj village, al-Hassakah, Syria, via media report. After a review of available information and strike video it was assessed that there is insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

105. June 11, 2018, near Hasaka, Syria, via social media report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

106. June 17, 2018, near Abu Kamal, Syria, via social media report. After a review of available information it was assessed that no Coalition strikes were conducted in the geographical area that correspond to the report of civilian casualties.

Open Reports– 234 reports of civilian casualties are still being assessed:

1. Nov. 7, 2014, near Al-Tanak Oilfield, Syria via Syrian Human rights network report.

2. Dec. 28, 2014, near Jarabulus, Syria, via Airwars report.

3. Jan. 11, 2015, near Qayyarah, Iraq, via Airwars report.

4. Feb. 22, 2015, near Salima, Syria, via Airwars report.

5. May 8, 2015, near Tel al Majdal, al-Hassakah, Syria, via Airwars report.

6. June 7, 2015, near Dali Hasan, Syria, via Airwars report.

7. June 8, 2015, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

8. June 10, 2015, Arbeed, Syria, via Airwars report.

9. June 11, 2015, Muhasan, Syria, via Airwars report.

10. June 19, 2015, Khanaiz, Syria, via Airwars report.

11. Aug. 24, 2015, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

12. Oct. 30, 2015, near Qayyarah, Iraq, via media report.

13. Nov. 7, 2015, near Qayyarah, Iraq, via media report.

14. March 19, 2016, near Qayyarah, Iraq, via media report.

15. June 1, 2016, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

16. June 2, 2016, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

17. Aug. 13, 2016, near Qayyarah, Iraq, via media report.

18. Sept. 22, 2016 near Qayyarah, Iraq via media report.

19. Oct. 13, 2016 near Qayyarah, Iraq via media report.

20. Oct. 24, 2016 near Tubzawa village, Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

21. Nov. 1, 2016, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

22. Nov. 19, 2016, near Tal Al Samen, Syria, via Airwars report.

23. Nov. 24, 2016, near Al Jarnia (Raqqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

24. Dec. 6, 2016, near Al Abbara (Raqqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

25. Jan. 5, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

26. Jan. 6, 2017, near Sowaydiya Kabira, Syria, via Airwars report.

27. Jan. 7, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

28. Jan. 7, 2017, near Kasrat Sheikh Al Juma’a (Raqqah), Syria, via self-report.

29. Jan. 8, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

30. Jan. 8, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

31. Jan. 12, 2017, near Beza’a, Syria, via Airwars report.

32. Jan. 13, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

33. Jan. 14, 2017, near Al Mayadin, Syria, via Airwars report.

34. Jan. 25, 2017, near Sahil Al Khashab (Raqqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

35. Jan. 27, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

36. Jan. 29, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

37. Feb. 10, 2017, near Hatra, Iraq, via Airwars report.

38. Feb. 12, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

39. Feb. 14, 2017, near Qasr Al Matahin, Iraq, via Airwars report.

40. Feb. 23, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

41. Feb. 24, 2017, near Mazir, Iraq, via Airwars report.

42. Feb. 25, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

43. March 8, 2017, near Al Karamah, Syria via Airwars report.

44. March 8, 2017, near Al Rashid, Syria, via Airwars report.

45. March 11, 2017, near Al Karamah, Syria, via Airwars report.

46. March 13, 2017, near Al Mosul Al Jadida, Iraq, via Airwars report.

47. March 14, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

48. March 14, 2017, near Al Thawrah (Tabaqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

49. March 14, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

50. March 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

51. March 16, 2017, near the Euphrates Dam, Syria, via Airwars report.

52. March 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

53. March 17, 2017, near Al Safsaf, Syria, via Airwars report.

54. March 18, 2017, near Shabhar (Raqqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

55. March 20, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

56. March 21, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

57. March 21, 2017, near Al Jadida, Syria, via Airwars report.

58. March 22, 2017, near Ratlah, Syria, via Airwars report.

59. March 22, 2017, near Al Thani, Syria, via Airwars report.

60. March 22, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

61. March 22, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

62. March 22, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

63. March 25, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

64. March 25, 2017, near Shoa’ib al Zaker, Syria, via Airwars report.

65. March 25, 2017, near Al Thawrah (Tabaqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

66. March 25, 2017, near Al Thawrah (Tabaqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

67. March 25, 2017, near Al Mayadin, Syria, via Airwars report.

68. March 26, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

69. March 26, 2017, near Al-Thawrah (Tabaqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

70. March 27, 2017, near Al-Thawrah (Tabaqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

71. March 27, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

72. March 27, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

73. March 28, 2017, near Mudar, Syria, via Airwars report.

74. March 28, 2017, near Khatouniya, Syria, via Airwars report.

75. March 29, 2017, near Shoa’ib al Zaker, Syria, via Airwars report.

76. March 29, 2017, near Al Safsaf, Syria, via Airwars report.

77. March 30, 2017, near Al Mansoura, Syria, via Airwars report.

78. March 30, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

79. March 30, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

80. March 30, 2017, near Al Safsaf, Syria, via Airwars report.

81. March 30, 2017, near Al Huzaymah (Raqqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

82. April 5, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

83. April 10, 2017, near Sekak (Mosul), Iraq, via Airwars report.

84. April 11, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

85. April 16, 2017, near Al Tabqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

86. April 19, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

87. April 26, 2017, near Debsi Afnan, Syria, via Airwars report.

88. April 26, 2017, near al-Tabqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

89. April 28, 2017, near al-Tabaqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

90. May 4, 2017, near Meshrfa, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

91. May 6, 2017, near Mayadin, Syria, via Airwars report.

92. May 8, 2017, near Wadah, Syria via Airwars report.

93. May 8, 2017, near Kdeiran, Syria via Airwars report.

94. May 9, 2017, near Abu Kamal, Syria, via Airwars report.

95. May 10, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

96. May 11, 2017, near Hamra Blassem, Syria, via Airwars report.

97. May 12, 2017, near Quriya, Syria, via Airwars report.

98. May 13, 2017, near Between two Bridges, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

99. May 16, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

100. May 18, 2017, near Hunaida, Syria, via Airwars report.

101. May 21, 2017, near Kdeiran, Syria, via Airwars report.

102. May 21, 2017, near al Salhabiya, Syria, via Airwars report.

103. May 23, 2017, near Kdeiran, Syria, via Airwars report.

104. May 23, 2017, near Al Duweir, Syria, via Airwars report.

105. May 26, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

106. May 27, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via news media report.

107. May 28, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via self-report.

108. May 28, 2017, near Al Hamam, Syria, via Airwars report.

109. May 28, 2017, near Al Mansoura, Syria, via Airwars report.

110. May 28, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

111. May 29, 2017, near Qorya, Syria, via Airwars report.

112. June 2, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

113. June 3, 2017 near Hawi al Hawa, Syria, via Airwars report.

114. June 3, 2017, near al Jisr al Qadim, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

115. June 4, 2017, near Abu al Naital, Syria, via Airwars report.

116. June 5, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via media report.

117. June 7, 2017, near Mahkan, Syria, via Airwars report.

118. June 8, 2017, near Zanjili, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

119. June 8, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

120. June 9, 2017 near Dariyah, Raqqah, Syria via Amnesty International report.

121. June 10, 2017 near Euphrates River, Syria via Amnesty International report.

122. June 12, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

123. June 12, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

124. June 13, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

125. June 15, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

126. June 15, 2017, near Between two bridges, Syria, via Airwars report.

127. June 15, 2017, near Sharia Jama al Qademeh (Raqqah), Syria via Amnesty International report.

128. June 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

129. June 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

130. June 17, 2017, near al- Mansour neighborhood, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

131. June 17, 2017, near Hawijah al-Swafi, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

132. June 17, 2017, near al- Rumeilah neighborhood, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

133. June 18, 2017, near Two Bridges area, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

134. June 18, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

135. June 19, 2017 near Shifa, Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

136. June 20, 2017, near Kasrat Faraj, Syria via Airwars report.

137. June 21, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

138. June 22, 2017 near Al Saaha, Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

139. June 23, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

140. June 23, 2017, near Euphrates River, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

141. June 24, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

142. June 24, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report

143. June 24, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

144. June 24, 2017 near Old Bridge, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

145. June 25, 2017, near Ratlah, Syria via Airwars report.

146. June 26, 2017, near Al Mayadin, Syria via Airwars report.

147. June 27, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

148. June 29, 2017, near Bab Lakash, Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

149. June 30, 2017, near Al Dashaisha, Syria via Airwars report.

150. July 1, 2017 near al-Dariiya, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

151. July 1, 2017 near al-Mashlab neighborhood, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

152. July 1, 2017 near Hossain, Dier Ez Zor, Syria via Airwars report.

153. July 2, 2017 near Al Soor, Syria via Airwars report.

154. July 2, 2017 near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

155. July 2, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

156. July 3, 2017 near Kasrat Srour, Syria via Airwars report.

157. July 3, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

158. July 4, 2017 near Ratlah, Syria via Airwars report.

159. July 4, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

160. July 5, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

161. July 6, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

162. July 7, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

163. July 8, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

164. July 13, 2017, near Hisham Bin Abd al-Malik neighborhood, Raqqah, Syria via social media report.

165. July 13, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

166. July 14, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

167. July 15, 2017 near al Badou, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

168. July 16, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

169. July 17, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

170. July 17, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

171. July 18, 2017, near Sabikan, Syria, via Airwars report.

172. July 18, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

173. July 22, 2017 near Bajari, Syria via Airwars report.

174. July 23, 2017 near Nazlet Shahata, Syria via Airwars report.

175. July 25, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

176. July 28, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

177. Aug. 1, 2017, near Kadiya (Duhok), Iraq, via self-report.

178. Aug. 2, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

179. Aug. 4, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

180. Aug. 5, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

181. Aug. 6, 2017, near Al Shaddadi, Syria, via self-report.

182. Aug. 6, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

183. Aug. 6, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

184. Aug. 11, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

185. Aug. 12, 2017, near Al Mazara’ (Tal Afar), Iraq, via social media report.

186. Aug. 12, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

187. Aug. 13, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

188. Aug. 16, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via social media report.

189. Aug. 20, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via media report.

190. Aug. 20, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

191. Aug. 20, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

192. Aug. 21, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

193. Aug. 23, 2017 near Al Mayadin, Syria via Airwars report.

194. Aug. 23, 2017 near Karabla, al Qaiem, Iraq via Airwars report.

195. Aug. 23, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

196. Sep. 2, 2017, near al Qaiem, Iraq via Airwars report.

197. Sep. 4, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

198. Sep. 4, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

199. Sep. 5, 2017 near Al Naim (Dawar al Naim), Syria via Airwars report.

200. Sept. 8, 2017, near An Nadah, Syria via media report.

201. Sep. 9, 2017, near Abu Kamal, Syria via Airwars report.

202. Sep. 10, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

203. Sep. 13, 2017, near Anah and Rawah, Iraq via Airwars report.

204. Sep. 16, 2017, near Mayadin, Syria, via Airwars report.

205. Sep. 17, 2017, near Abu Kamal, Syria, via Airwars report.

206. Sep. 17, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

207. Sep. 18, 2017, near al Mrashdah village, Abu Kamal, Syria, via Airwars report.

208. Sep. 18, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

209. Sep. 19, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

210. Sep. 23, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

211. Sep. 27, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

212. Oct. 10, 2017, near Deir Ez Zor, Syria via self-report.

213. Oct. 13, 2017, near Husaybah, al Qaiem, Iraq via Airwars report.

214. Oct. 17, 2017, near Abu Kamal, Syria via self-report.

215. Oct. 19, 2017, near Abu Kamal, Syria via self-report.

216. Nov. 28, 2017 near El Qata, Syria via self-report.

217. Nov. 30, 2017 near Darnaj, Syria via self-report.

218. Dec. 22, 2017 near Hajin, Syria via social media report.

219. Dec. 25, 2017 near Kharayij, Syria via self-report.

220. Dec. 30, 2017 near Al Bahrah, Syria via social media report.

221. Jan. 14, 2018 near Hajin, Syria via Airwars report.

222. Jan. 20, 2018 near Al Bahrah, Syria via self-report.

223. Jan. 20, 2018 near Al Kashmah, Syria via self-report.

224. Jan. 27, 2018 near Al-Baghdadi, Iraq via social media report.

225. Feb. 2, 2018 near Al Bahra, Syria via social media report.

226. Feb. 6, 2018 near Al Shafaa, Syria via self-report.

227. Feb. 7, 2018 near Al Asbah Farms, Syria via self-report.

228. Feb. 9, 2018 near Al Shafaa, Syria via self-report.

229. Feb. 9, 2018 near Al Bahrah, Syria via self-report.

230. March 26, 2018, near al Kashman, Syria via self-report.

231. May 10, 2018, near al Baghouz, Syria, via social media report.

232. May 10, 2018, near al Khatuniyah, Syria, via self-report.

233. May 31, 2018, near al Baghouz, Syria, via social media report.

234. June 13, 2018, near Abu Kamal, Syria, via self-report.

Monthly AFCENT figures for July 2018: