Military reports – June 2018

Written by Alex Hopkins on June 11, 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 June 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.

 

June 1st – June 2nd 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,242 – 14,242)
Syria 9 strikes (15,276 – 15,284)
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 throughout the months of May and June.

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.

During the month of May, the Coalition conducted 225 strikes with 280 engagements. This demonstrates a 304% increase over the 74 strikes conducted in March, and a 123% increase over the 183 strikes recorded in April 2018.

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 1 and June 10, Coalition military forces conducted 134 strikes consisting of 161 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub.

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

On June 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh weapon.

On June 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Mosul, one strike destroyed five Daesh tunnels.

On June 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh command and control centers, one Daesh supply cache and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 8, 2018.

On June 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 12 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, nine strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh supply route, two Daesh-held buildings and one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 7, 2018.

On June 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 19 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 11 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh vehicles.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 6, 2018.

On June 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 13 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, seven strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, three Daesh fighting positions and two Daesh vehicles.

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

On June 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 20 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 15 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions, one Daesh tactical vehicle, six Daesh vehicles and one Daesh command and control center.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh heavy machine gun.

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

On June 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes consisting of 42 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 22 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, four Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh command and control center and 11 Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 3, 2018.

On June 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting postions and two Daesh command and control centers.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes destroyed 15 Daesh-held buildings.

On June 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building, one Daesh bunker, and one Daesh supply cache.

On June 1 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of nine engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes [1 British] destroyed one Daesh tunnel and one Daesh held-building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed three Daesh command and control centers and five Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 1, 2018.’

Update from UK MoD for Friday 1 June:

‘Friday 1 June – Typhoons hit a command post in eastern Syria…The following day [June 1st], a Typhoon flight employed a single Paveway IV to demolish a smaller command post in the same area [eastern Syria]’

 

June 2nd – June 3rd 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,243 – 14,243)
Syria 8 strikes (15,285 – 15,292)
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 throughout the months of May and June.

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.

During the month of May, the Coalition conducted 225 strikes with 280 engagements. This demonstrates a 304% increase over the 74 strikes conducted in March, and a 123% increase over the 183 strikes recorded in April 2018.

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 1 and June 10, Coalition military forces conducted 134 strikes consisting of 161 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub.

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

On June 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh weapon.

On June 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Mosul, one strike destroyed five Daesh tunnels.

On June 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh command and control centers, one Daesh supply cache and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 8, 2018.

On June 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 12 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, nine strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh supply route, two Daesh-held buildings and one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 7, 2018.

On June 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 19 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 11 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh vehicles.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 6, 2018.

On June 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 13 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, seven strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, three Daesh fighting positions and two Daesh vehicles.

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

On June 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 20 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 15 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions, one Daesh tactical vehicle, six Daesh vehicles and one Daesh command and control center.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh heavy machine gun.

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

On June 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes consisting of 42 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 22 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, four Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh command and control center and 11 Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 3, 2018.

On June 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting postions and two Daesh command and control centers.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes destroyed 15 Daesh-held buildings.

On June 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building, one Daesh bunker, and one Daesh supply cache.

On June 1 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of nine engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed one Daesh tunnel and one Daesh held-building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed three Daesh command and control centers and five Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 1, 2018.’

 

June 3rd – June 4th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,243 – 14,243)
Syria 28 strikes (15,293 – 15,320)
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 throughout the months of May and June.

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.

During the month of May, the Coalition conducted 225 strikes with 280 engagements. This demonstrates a 304% increase over the 74 strikes conducted in March, and a 123% increase over the 183 strikes recorded in April 2018.

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 1 and June 10, Coalition military forces conducted 134 strikes consisting of 161 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub.

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

On June 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh weapon.

On June 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Mosul, one strike destroyed five Daesh tunnels.

On June 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh command and control centers, one Daesh supply cache and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 8, 2018.

On June 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 12 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, nine strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh supply route, two Daesh-held buildings and one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 7, 2018.

On June 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 19 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 11 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh vehicles.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 6, 2018.

On June 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 13 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, seven strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, three Daesh fighting positions and two Daesh vehicles.

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

On June 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 20 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 15 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions, one Daesh tactical vehicle, six Daesh vehicles and one Daesh command and control center.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh heavy machine gun.

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

On June 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes consisting of 42 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 22 strikes [2 British] engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, four Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh command and control center and 11 Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 3, 2018.

On June 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting postions and two Daesh command and control centers.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes destroyed 15 Daesh-held buildings.

On June 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building, one Daesh bunker, and one Daesh supply cache.

On June 1 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of nine engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed one Daesh tunnel and one Daesh held-building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed three Daesh command and control centers and five Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 1, 2018.’

Update from UK MoD for Sunday 3 June:

‘Sunday 3 June – a Reaper attacked another command post in eastern Syria, whilst Typhoons collapsed the entrance to a terrorist tunnel…An RAF Reaper remotely piloted aircraft patrolled over eastern Syria on Sunday 3 June. It provided surveillance support to a coalition air attack on a terrorist vehicle, then followed up with two attacks with its own Hellfire missiles against a further Daesh command post. Meanwhile, Typhoons used a Paveway IV to collapse the entrance to a terrorist tunnel.’

 

 

June 4th – June 5th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,243 – 14,243)
Syria 17 strikes (15,321 – 15,337)
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 throughout the months of May and June.

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.

During the month of May, the Coalition conducted 225 strikes with 280 engagements. This demonstrates a 304% increase over the 74 strikes conducted in March, and a 123% increase over the 183 strikes recorded in April 2018.

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 1 and June 10, Coalition military forces conducted 134 strikes consisting of 161 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub.

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

On June 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh weapon.

On June 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Mosul, one strike destroyed five Daesh tunnels.

On June 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh command and control centers, one Daesh supply cache and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 8, 2018.

On June 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 12 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, nine strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh supply route, two Daesh-held buildings and one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 7, 2018.

On June 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 19 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 11 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh vehicles.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 6, 2018.

On June 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 13 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, seven strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, three Daesh fighting positions and two Daesh vehicles.

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

On June 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 20 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 15 strikes [1 British] engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions, one Daesh tactical vehicle, six Daesh vehicles and one Daesh command and control center.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh heavy machine gun.

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

On June 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes consisting of 42 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 22 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, four Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh command and control center and 11 Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 3, 2018.

On June 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting postions and two Daesh command and control centers.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes destroyed 15 Daesh-held buildings.

On June 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building, one Daesh bunker, and one Daesh supply cache.

On June 1 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of nine engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed one Daesh tunnel and one Daesh held-building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed three Daesh command and control centers and five Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 1, 2018.’

Update from UK MoD for Monday 4 June:

‘Monday 4 June – a Reaper destroyed an armed terrorist truck concealed under cover in eastern Syria…A Reaper provided further close air support to the Syrian Democratic Forces in the Euphrates valley on Monday 4 June. An armed terrorist truck was reported to be to the north of Abu Kamal, and the Reaper’s crew were able to identify the vehicle, parked under cover in an attempt to conceal it, after a thorough search. A Hellfire missile destroyed the vehicle, with a number of subsequent secondary explosions as ammunition on the vehicle caught fire.’

 

June 5th – June 6th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,243 – 14,243)
Syria 12 strikes (15,338 – 15,349)
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 throughout the months of May and June.

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.

During the month of May, the Coalition conducted 225 strikes with 280 engagements. This demonstrates a 304% increase over the 74 strikes conducted in March, and a 123% increase over the 183 strikes recorded in April 2018.

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 1 and June 10, Coalition military forces conducted 134 strikes consisting of 161 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub.

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

On June 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh weapon.

On June 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Mosul, one strike destroyed five Daesh tunnels.

On June 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh command and control centers, one Daesh supply cache and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 8, 2018.

On June 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 12 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, nine strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh supply route, two Daesh-held buildings and one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 7, 2018.

On June 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 19 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 11 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh vehicles.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 6, 2018.

On June 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 13 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, seven strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes [1 British] engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, three Daesh fighting positions and two Daesh vehicles.

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

On June 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 20 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 15 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions, one Daesh tactical vehicle, six Daesh vehicles and one Daesh command and control center.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh heavy machine gun.

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

On June 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes consisting of 42 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 22 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, four Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh command and control center and 11 Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 3, 2018.

On June 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting postions and two Daesh command and control centers.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes destroyed 15 Daesh-held buildings.

On June 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building, one Daesh bunker, and one Daesh supply cache.

On June 1 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of nine engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed one Daesh tunnel and one Daesh held-building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed three Daesh command and control centers and five Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 1, 2018.’

Update from UK MoD for Tuesday 5 June:

‘Tuesday 5 June – a Reaper killed two terrorists on a motorcycle in eastern Syria…The following day June 5th], another Reaper operated over eastern Syria, some ten miles east of Al Shadadi. A pair of Daesh terrorists were tracked on a motorcycle, and both were killed by a direct hit from a Hellfire.’

June 6th – June 7th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,243 – 14,243)
Syria 17 strikes (15,350 – 15,366)
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 throughout the months of May and June.

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.

During the month of May, the Coalition conducted 225 strikes with 280 engagements. This demonstrates a 304% increase over the 74 strikes conducted in March, and a 123% increase over the 183 strikes recorded in April 2018.

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 1 and June 10, Coalition military forces conducted 134 strikes consisting of 161 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub.

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

On June 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh weapon.

On June 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Mosul, one strike destroyed five Daesh tunnels.

On June 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh command and control centers, one Daesh supply cache and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 8, 2018.

On June 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 12 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, nine strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh supply route, two Daesh-held buildings and one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 7, 2018.

On June 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 19 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 11 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh vehicles.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 6, 2018.

On June 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 13 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, seven strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, three Daesh fighting positions and two Daesh vehicles.

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

On June 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 20 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 15 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions, one Daesh tactical vehicle, six Daesh vehicles and one Daesh command and control center.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh heavy machine gun.

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

On June 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes consisting of 42 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 22 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, four Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh command and control center and 11 Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 3, 2018.

On June 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting postions and two Daesh command and control centers.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes destroyed 15 Daesh-held buildings.

On June 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building, one Daesh bunker, and one Daesh supply cache.

On June 1 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of nine engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed one Daesh tunnel and one Daesh held-building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed three Daesh command and control centers and five Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 1, 2018.’

From Dutch MoD on June 6th:

[For the 2nd straight week, Dutch F-16s fired weapons near Abu Kamal and Hajin in Deir Ezzor. The Dutch MoD reported that between May 30th-June 5th, aircraft targeted ISIS fighters and logistics centers in three missions. Jets supported ground troops in 9 missions, including in Nineveh, Iraq.]

‘Weekoverzicht Defensieoperaties

In de strijd tegen terreurorganisatie ISIS ondersteunden Nederlandse F-16’s grondtroepen tijdens 9 missies. Bij 3 daarvan zijn wapens ingezet. Dat gebeurde in de omgeving van Abu Kamal en Hajin in de provincie Deir Al Zour in Oost-Syrië. Hierbij zijn onder andere ISIS-strijders en logistieke opslagplaatsen aangevallen. Ook is gevlogen boven de Irakese provincie Ninawa. Een overzicht van Defensieoperaties in de week van 30 mei tot en met 5 juni 2018.

Militaire instructeurs in Irak leren Koerdische strijders gebieden te beveiligen. Daarbij staan onder meer wapenhandelingen, medische verzorging, oorlogsrecht en civiel-militaire samenwerking op het programma. De door de coalitie opgeleide instructeurs verzorgen een deel van de opleiding.

Een Nederlands chirurgisch team opereert in een Amerikaans role 2-hospitaal in westelijk Irak. Het team werkt nauw samen met Noorse medici.’

June 7th – June 8th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,243 – 14,243)
Syria 12 strikes (15,367 – 15,378)
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 throughout the months of May and June.

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.

During the month of May, the Coalition conducted 225 strikes with 280 engagements. This demonstrates a 304% increase over the 74 strikes conducted in March, and a 123% increase over the 183 strikes recorded in April 2018.

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 1 and June 10, Coalition military forces conducted 134 strikes consisting of 161 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub.

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

On June 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh weapon.

On June 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Mosul, one strike destroyed five Daesh tunnels.

On June 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh command and control centers, one Daesh supply cache and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 8, 2018.

On June 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 12 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, nine strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh supply route, two Daesh-held buildings and one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 7, 2018.

On June 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 19 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 11 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh vehicles.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 6, 2018.

On June 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 13 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, seven strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, three Daesh fighting positions and two Daesh vehicles.

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

On June 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 20 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 15 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions, one Daesh tactical vehicle, six Daesh vehicles and one Daesh command and control center.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh heavy machine gun.

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

On June 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes consisting of 42 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 22 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, four Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh command and control center and 11 Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 3, 2018.

On June 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting postions and two Daesh command and control centers.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes destroyed 15 Daesh-held buildings.

On June 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building, one Daesh bunker, and one Daesh supply cache.

On June 1 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of nine engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed one Daesh tunnel and one Daesh held-building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed three Daesh command and control centers and five Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 1, 2018.’

 

Update from French MoD on June 7th:

[France report that the Wagram Task Force continues to support the offensive against the last pockets of Daesh present in the Euphrates Valley. Since the launch of the offensive on May 1st, it has carried out 111 shooting missions including 16 for the past week – May 30th to June 5th.  Over the past week, the aircraft of Operation Chammal have carried out 20 sorties in support of local forces engaged on the ground, mainly missions of intelligence gathering and aerial reconnaissance. No strikes were carried out.]

‘CHAMMAL
SITUATION MILITAIRE DU THEATRE

Sur le théâtre irako-syrien, l’activité majeure demeure l’offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech en Syrie.
Offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech en Syrie
En Syrie, les forces démocratiques syriennes conduisent actuellement l’offensive finale contre les dernières poches de Daech présentes au nord-est de la Syrie.
Cette offensive finale a été préparée avec soin par la Coalition qui a fourni un effort conséquent pour affiner le renseignement sur le dispositif de Daech et préparer le terrain pour les forces engagées au sol.
Dans ce cadre, le nombre de frappes menées par la Coalition en mai a augmenté de 123 % par rapport à son niveau du mois d’avril.
L’offensive est coordonnée avec les forces de sécurité irakiennes qui ont augmenté leur présence le long de la frontière irako-syrienne pour empêcher toute fuite de terroristes des zones de combat vers l’Irak.
Poursuite des actions de sécurisation en Irak
En Irak, l’action des forces de sécurité irakiennes se poursuit sur un rythme élevé, notamment dans l’Anbar et les monts Hamrim, mais aussi plus au nord en Ninive, et plus à l’ouest dans le désert de Jazirah.

ACTIVITE DE LA FORCE

Task Force Monsabert : poursuite de l’accompagnement de la 6e division irakienne
Cette semaine, trois nouvelles formations ont débuté : une séquence d’entrainement au profit de compagnies commandos irakiennes, une instruction armement et une instruction à la lutte contre les engins explosifs improvisés.

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

La Task Force Wagram demeure engagée en appui de l’offensive menée contre Daech dans la vallée de l’Euphrate.
Depuis le lancement de l’offensive le 1er mai, elle a réalisé 111 missions de tirs dont 16 pour la semaine écoulée (bilan du 30 mai au 5 juin inclus).
Depuis le début de son engagement, elle a réalisé 1770 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 20 sorties aériennes en appui des forces locales engagées au sol (bilan du 30 mai au 5 juin inclus), essentiellement des missions de recueil de renseignements et de reconnaissance aérienne. Aucune frappe n’a été réalisée.

Bilan total de l’action du pilier appui aérien depuis le 19/09/14 :
8115 sorties / 1450 frappes / 2241 objectifs neutralisés.’

 

June 8th – June 9th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,243 – 14,243)
Syria 9 strikes (15,379 – 15,387)
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 throughout the months of May and June.

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.

During the month of May, the Coalition conducted 225 strikes with 280 engagements. This demonstrates a 304% increase over the 74 strikes conducted in March, and a 123% increase over the 183 strikes recorded in April 2018.

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 1 and June 10, Coalition military forces conducted 134 strikes consisting of 161 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub.

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

On June 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh weapon.

On June 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Mosul, one strike destroyed five Daesh tunnels.

On June 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes [1-2 British] engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh command and control centers, one Daesh supply cache and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 8, 2018.

On June 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 12 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, nine strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh supply route, two Daesh-held buildings and one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 7, 2018.

On June 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 19 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 11 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh vehicles.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 6, 2018.

On June 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 13 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, seven strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, three Daesh fighting positions and two Daesh vehicles.

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

On June 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 20 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 15 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions, one Daesh tactical vehicle, six Daesh vehicles and one Daesh command and control center.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh heavy machine gun.

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

On June 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes consisting of 42 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 22 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, four Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh command and control center and 11 Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 3, 2018.

On June 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting postions and two Daesh command and control centers.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes destroyed 15 Daesh-held buildings.

On June 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building, one Daesh bunker, and one Daesh supply cache.

On June 1 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of nine engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed one Daesh tunnel and one Daesh held-building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed three Daesh command and control centers and five Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 1, 2018.’

Update from UK MoD for Friday 8 June:

‘Friday 8 June – a Reaper demolished a Daesh-held building in eastern Syria, and struck terrorists in the open…Reaper operations east of Al Shadadi continued on Friday 8 June; a terrorist was tracked to a building where he joined forces with other extremists, allowing the building to be struck with a Hellfire. The Reaper’s crew then conducted a further successful attack with a Hellfire as Daesh fighters sought new positions after artillery fire destroyed their previous location.’

 

June 9th – June 10th 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,244 – 14,244)
Syria 14 strikes (15,388 – 15401)
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 throughout the months of May and June.

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.

During the month of May, the Coalition conducted 225 strikes with 280 engagements. This demonstrates a 304% increase over the 74 strikes conducted in March, and a 123% increase over the 183 strikes recorded in April 2018.

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 1 and June 10, Coalition military forces conducted 134 strikes consisting of 161 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub.

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

On June 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, eight strikes [1-2 British] engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh weapon.

On June 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Mosul, one strike destroyed five Daesh tunnels.

On June 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh command and control centers, one Daesh supply cache and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 8, 2018.

On June 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 12 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, nine strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh supply route, two Daesh-held buildings and one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 7, 2018.

On June 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 19 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 11 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh vehicles.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 6, 2018.

On June 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 13 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, seven strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, three Daesh fighting positions and two Daesh vehicles.

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

On June 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 20 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 15 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions, one Daesh tactical vehicle, six Daesh vehicles and one Daesh command and control center.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh heavy machine gun.

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

On June 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes consisting of 42 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 22 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, four Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh command and control center and 11 Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 3, 2018.

On June 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting postions and two Daesh command and control centers.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes destroyed 15 Daesh-held buildings.

On June 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building, one Daesh bunker, and one Daesh supply cache.

On June 1 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of nine engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed one Daesh tunnel and one Daesh held-building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed three Daesh command and control centers and five Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 1, 2018.’

Update from UK MoD for Saturday 9 June:

‘Saturday 9 June – a Reaper knocked out both an armed terrorist truck and a mortar in eastern Syria…On Friday [Saturday] 9 June, a Reaper used a Hellfire to destroyed a pick-up truck armed with a 23mm gun, which had been concealed under trees east of Al Shadadi. Another Hellfire missile then dealt with a mortar in the same area, with a number of secondary explosions following the attack on its position.’

 

June 10th – June 11th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,244 – 14,244)
Syria 6 strikes (15,402 – 15,407)
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 throughout the months of May and June.

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.

During the month of May, the Coalition conducted 225 strikes with 280 engagements. This demonstrates a 304% increase over the 74 strikes conducted in March, and a 123% increase over the 183 strikes recorded in April 2018.

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 1 and June 10, Coalition military forces conducted 134 strikes consisting of 161 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 10 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed four Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes [1 British?] engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub.

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

On June 9 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 14 strikes consisting of 16 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh supply route and two Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh weapon.

On June 9 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Mosul, one strike destroyed five Daesh tunnels.

On June 8 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh command and control centers, one Daesh supply cache and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 8, 2018.

On June 7 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 12 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, nine strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh supply route, two Daesh-held buildings and one Daesh watercraft.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes destroyed two Daesh supply routes and one Daesh line of communication.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 7, 2018.

On June 6 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 19 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 11 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh vehicles.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh fighting position, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 6, 2018.

On June 5 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 12 strikes consisting of 13 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, seven strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, three Daesh fighting positions and two Daesh vehicles.

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

On June 4 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 20 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 15 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions, one Daesh tactical vehicle, six Daesh vehicles and one Daesh command and control center.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh heavy machine gun.

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

On June 3 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes consisting of 42 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, 22 strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position, one Daesh logistics hub, four Daesh vehicles and one Daesh line of communication.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle-borne IED, one Daesh vehicle, one Daesh command and control center and 11 Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 3, 2018.

On June 2 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of 11 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, six strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting postions and two Daesh command and control centers.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes destroyed 15 Daesh-held buildings.

On June 2 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building, one Daesh bunker, and one Daesh supply cache.

On June 1 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted nine strikes consisting of nine engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed one Daesh tunnel and one Daesh held-building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, five strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed three Daesh command and control centers and five Daesh-held buildings.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 1, 2018.’

Update from UK MoD for Sunday 10 June:

‘Sunday 10 June – a Reaper eliminated a light machine-gun position in eastern Syria…A further Reaper attack east of Al Shadadi was conducted on Sunday 10 June, when our aircraft observed a light machine-gun position being set up in an orchard; a Hellfire quickly dealt with the threat.’

 

 

June 11th – June 12th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,244 – 14,244)
Syria 3 strikes (15,408 – 15,410)
Confirmed actions: US, UK

From CJTFOIR:

‘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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 11 and June 17, Coalition military forces conducted 26 strikes consisting of 36 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 17, 2018.

On June 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh supply routes.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 16, 2018.

On June 15 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh anti-air artillery system.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 15, 2018.

On June 14 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh fighting position.

On June 14 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed seven Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Rutbah one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles, one Daesh supply route and damaged one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle, one Daesh line of communication and one Daesh headquarters.

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

On June 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of 10 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions and three Daesh lines of communication.

On June 12 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed two Daesh tunnels and one Daesh supply cache.

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

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

 

Update from UK MoD for Monday 11 June:

‘Monday 11 June – Typhoons attacked a Daesh-occupied cave, tunnel and bunker in northern Iraq...Intelligence had allowed the identification of a small cluster of Daesh locations hidden in the hills south of Kirkuk, in northern Iraq. A flight of Typhoons were tasked with their destruction on Monday 11 June, and they delivered a simultaneous attack with Paveway IVs against a tunnel and a cave, then a further attack to destroy a bunker dug into the hillside.’

 

June 12th – June 13th 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,245 – 14,245)
Syria 4 strikes (15,411 – 15,414)
Confirmed actions: US, UK

From CJTFOIR:

‘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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 11 and June 17, Coalition military forces conducted 26 strikes consisting of 36 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 17, 2018.

On June 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh supply routes.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 16, 2018.

On June 15 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh anti-air artillery system.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 15, 2018.

On June 14 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh fighting position.

On June 14 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed seven Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Rutbah one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles, one Daesh supply route and damaged one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle, one Daesh line of communication and one Daesh headquarters.

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

On June 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of 10 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes [1 British] engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions and three Daesh lines of communication.

On June 12 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed two Daesh tunnels and one Daesh supply cache.

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

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

Update from UK MoD for Tuesday 12 June:

‘Tuesday 12 June – a Reaper destroyed a terrorist mortar in eastern Syria…The following day [June 12th], a Reaper was again in action east of Al Shadadi; its crew spotted a mortar hidden in trees and destroyed it with a direct hit from a Hellfire, whilst a coalition aircraft then conducted a successful strike on the building nearby where the terrorist team, who had been operating the mortar, were seen to be hiding.’

 

June 13th – June 14th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,245 – 14,245)
Syria 7 strikes (15,415 – 15,421)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 11 and June 17, Coalition military forces conducted 26 strikes consisting of 36 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 17, 2018.

On June 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh supply routes.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 16, 2018.

On June 15 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh anti-air artillery system.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 15, 2018.

On June 14 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh fighting position.

On June 14 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed seven Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Rutbah one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles, one Daesh supply route and damaged one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle, one Daesh line of communication and one Daesh headquarters.

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

On June 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of 10 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions and three Daesh lines of communication.

On June 12 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed two Daesh tunnels and one Daesh supply cache.

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

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

From Dutch MoD on June 13th:

[After two weeks in which the Dutch MoD reported firing weapons in Syria, the Netherlands reports no Coalition strikes between June 6th-12th. Dutch jets did offer support during 11 missions in Deir Ezzor and Hasaka, reportedly without weapon deployment.]

‘Weekoverzicht Defensieoperaties

In de strijd tegen terreurorganisatie ISIS ondersteunden Nederlandse F-16’s grondtroepen tijdens 11 missies. Dat gebeurde boven de provincies Deir al Zour en Al Hasakah in Oost-Syrië. Bij geen van de missies zijn wapens ingezet. Een overzicht van Defensieoperaties in de week van 6 juni tot en met 12 juni 2018.

Analisten van het 306 Squadron (in oprichting) analyseerden deze week voor het eerst live beelden uit het Midden-Oosten. Op Vliegbasis Leeuwarden werden beelden van een operationele vlucht met een onbemand vliegtuig verwerkt. Van de verzamelde informatie maakt de eenheid inlichtingenrapporten.

Militaire instructeurs in Irak leren Koerdische strijders gebieden te beveiligen. Daarbij staan onder meer wapenhandelingen, medische verzorging, leiderschapstrainingen, oorlogsrecht en civiel-militaire samenwerking op het programma. De door de coalitie opgeleide instructeurs verzorgen een deel van de opleiding.

Een Nederlands chirurgisch team opereert in een Amerikaans role 2-hospitaal in westelijk Irak. Het team werkt nauw samen met Noorse medici.’

 

June 14th – June 15th 2018
Iraq 2 strikes (14,246 – 14,247)
Syria 2 strikes (15,422 – 15,423)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 11 and June 17, Coalition military forces conducted 26 strikes consisting of 36 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 17, 2018.

On June 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh supply routes.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 16, 2018.

On June 15 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh anti-air artillery system.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 15, 2018.

On June 14 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh fighting position.

On June 14 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed seven Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Rutbah one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles, one Daesh supply route and damaged one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle, one Daesh line of communication and one Daesh headquarters.

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

On June 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of 10 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions and three Daesh lines of communication.

On June 12 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed two Daesh tunnels and one Daesh supply cache.

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

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

Update from French MoD for June 14th:

[For June 6th – 12th, France report that Task Force Wagram conducted 32 shooting missions in support of the ongoing offensive in the Euphrates Valley. Additionally, 22 aerial sorties were conducted in support of local forces engaged on the ground; there were no strikes.]

Point de situation des opérations
ARMÉE FRANÇAISE – OPÉRATIONS MILITAIRES·THURSDAY, 14 JUNE 2018
CHAMMAL
SITUATION MILITAIRE DU THEATRE

Offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech en Syrie
En Syrie, l’offensive contre les dernières emprises territoriales de Daech se poursuit.Menée par les forces démocratiques syriennes, coordonnée avec les forces de sécurité irakiennes et appuyée par la coalition, l’offensive a déjà permis de reprendre plus de 40 km2 de territoire à Daech. La progression est néanmoins ralentie par la menace importante que font peser les engins explosifs improvisés sur les forces engagées au sol.
Poursuite des actions de sécurisation en Irak
En Irak, les opérations de sécurisation se poursuivent afin de finir de démanteler les cellules de production d’engins explosifs improvisés et les réseaux terroristes restants.

ACTIVITE DE LA FORCE

Formation au profit des forces de sécurité irakiennes

La Task Force Monsabert conduit actuellement quatre stages au profit des soldats de la 6e division irakienne. Ils couvrent les domaines de formation respectifs suivants : utilisation de mortiers, fouille opérationnelle, recueil de renseignements, formation au combat.
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, ils ont d’ores et déjà réalisé 143 missions de tirs.
Cette semaine, 32 missions de tirs ont été réalisées (bilan du 6 au 12 juin inclus).
Depuis le début de son engagement, la TF Wagram a réalisé 1802 missions de tirs.
Les bases aériennes en Jordanie et aux EAU en appui des opérations

Sur la semaine écoulée, 22 sorties aériennes ont été réalisées en appui des forces locales engagées au sol (bilan du 6 au 12 juin inclus), essentiellement des missions de recueil de renseignements ou de reconnaissance aérienne. Aucune frappe n’a été réalisée.
Bilan total de l’action du pilier appui aérien depuis le 19/09/14 :
8137 sorties / 1450 frappes / 2241 objectifs neutralisés.’

 

 

June 15th – June 16th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,247 – 14,247)
Syria 3 strikes (15,424 – 15,426)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 11 and June 17, Coalition military forces conducted 26 strikes consisting of 36 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 17, 2018.

On June 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh supply routes.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 16, 2018.

On June 15 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh anti-air artillery system.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 15, 2018.

On June 14 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh fighting position.

On June 14 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed seven Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Rutbah one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles, one Daesh supply route and damaged one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle, one Daesh line of communication and one Daesh headquarters.

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

On June 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of 10 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions and three Daesh lines of communication.

On June 12 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed two Daesh tunnels and one Daesh supply cache.

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

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

 

June 16th – June 17th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,247 – 14,247)
Syria 3 strikes (15,427 – 15,429)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 11 and June 17, Coalition military forces conducted 26 strikes consisting of 36 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 17, 2018.

On June 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh supply routes.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 16, 2018.

On June 15 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh anti-air artillery system.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 15, 2018.

On June 14 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh fighting position.

On June 14 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed seven Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Rutbah one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles, one Daesh supply route and damaged one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle, one Daesh line of communication and one Daesh headquarters.

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

On June 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of 10 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions and three Daesh lines of communication.

On June 12 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed two Daesh tunnels and one Daesh supply cache.

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

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

 

June 17th – June 18th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,247 – 14,247)
Syria 1 strike (15,430 – 15,430)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

‘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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 11 and June 17, Coalition military forces conducted 26 strikes consisting of 36 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 17 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 17, 2018.

On June 16 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed two Daesh supply routes.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 16, 2018.

On June 15 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh vehicle and one Daesh anti-air artillery system.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 15, 2018.

On June 14 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh-held building.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh logistics hub and one Daesh fighting position.

On June 14 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of four engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed seven Daesh-held buildings.
•       Near Rutbah one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 13 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of seven engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, four strikes destroyed two Daesh vehicles, one Daesh supply route and damaged one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle, one Daesh line of communication and one Daesh headquarters.

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

On June 12 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted four strikes consisting of 10 engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh fighting positions and three Daesh lines of communication.

On June 12 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of two engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike destroyed two Daesh tunnels and one Daesh supply cache.

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

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

 

Update from French MoD on June 21st:

[For June 13th – 19th, France’s Task Force Wagram reports five shooting missions in the Euphrates Valley. Since the launch of the offensive on May 1st there have been 148 missions. Over the past week, There were 22 air sorties in support of the local forces on the ground, but no strikes.]

CHAMMAL
SITUATION MILITAIRE DU THÉÂTRE

Offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech en Syrie
En Syrie, l’offensive contre les dernières emprises territoriales de Daech se poursuit.
Menée par les forces démocratiques syriennes, coordonnée avec les forces de sécurité irakiennes et appuyée par la coalition, l’offensive a déjà permis de reprendre plus de 150 km2 de territoire à Daech.
Actuellement, les opérations en cours se concentrent sur la libération de la ville Dashisha.
La résistance opposée par Daech demeure relativement faible. La principale menace reste celle liée aux engins explosifs improvisés.
Poursuite des actions de sécurisation en Irak
En Irak, les opérations de sécurisation se poursuivent à un rythme soutenu, donnant lieu à des destructions régulières de caches, de munitions et d’engins explosifs improvisés.
Un climat sécuritaire qui s’améliore en Irak
Le bon déroulement de l’ensemble des manifestations d’envergure récentes, notamment plusieurs pèlerinages et fêtes régionales ainsi que les élections, tend à montrer une amélioration notable du climat sécuritaire en Irak.

ACTIVITÉ DE LA FORCE
Formation au profit des forces de sécurité irakiennes
La Task Force Narvik a débuté cette semaine cinq nouveaux stages au profit de l’Iraki Counter Terrorism Service (ICTS). Ils couvrent les domaines de formation suivants : la lutte contre les engins explosifs, le maniement et entretien d’armements lourds, le déplacement tactique en convoi, le secourisme au combat et le 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.
Le nombre de canons de la Task Force a été ajusté, passant dans un souci d’ajustement des moyens au besoin opérationnel de quatre à trois canons.
L’évolution de la situation du théâtre avec la reprise de plus de 98% de l’emprise territoriale initiale de Daech, couplée à l’autonomie croissante des forces de sécurité irakienne, permet cet ajustement.
Depuis le lancement de l’offensive le 1er mai, la Task Force Wagram a réalisé 148 missions de tirs, dont 5 sur la semaine écoulée (bilan du 13 au 19 juin inclus).
Depuis le début de son engagement, la Task Force Wagram a réalisé 1807 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 22 sorties aériennes en appui des forces locales engagées au sol (bilan du 13 au 19 juin inclus). Aucune frappe n’a été réalisée.
Bilan total de l’action du pilier appui aérien depuis le 19/09/14 :
8159 sorties / 1450 frappes / 2241 objectifs neutralisés.’

 

June 18th – June 19th 2018
Iraq 2 strikes (14,248 – 14,249)
Syria 1 strike (15,431 – 15,431)
Confirmed actions: US, UK

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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 18 and June 24, Coalition military forces conducted 35 strikes consisting of 39 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 24 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 24, 2018.

On June 23 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh supply route and one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and two Daesh mortar systems.

On June 23 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building.

On June 22 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 June 22, 2018.

On June 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, five strikes destroyed five Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Palmyra, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position.

On June 21 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On June 20 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 two Daesh supply routes.

On June 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike destroyed three Daesh caves.

On June 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh supply routes, one Daesh supply cache, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh vehicle.

On June 19 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Kisik, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike [1 British] destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh logistics hub.

On June 18 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

Update from UK MoD for Monday 18 June:

Monday 18 June – Tornados destroyed an armoured truck concealed inside a building in eastern Syria...Royal Air Force Tornado GR4s, supported by a Voyager air refuelling tanker, patrolled over eastern Syria on Monday 18 June. Daesh terrorists had been observed hiding an armoured truck inside a building to the west of the border with Iraq, and the Tornado flight was duly able to destroy the building, and the vehicle therein, with a single Paveway IV guided bomb.

June 19th – June 20th 2018
Iraq 2 strikes (14,250 – 14,251)
Syria 8 strikes (15,432 – 15,439)
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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 18 and June 24, Coalition military forces conducted 35 strikes consisting of 39 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 24 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 24, 2018.

On June 23 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh supply route and one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and two Daesh mortar systems.

On June 23 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building.

On June 22 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 June 22, 2018.

On June 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, five strikes destroyed five Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Palmyra, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position.

On June 21 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On June 20 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 two Daesh supply routes.

On June 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike destroyed three Daesh caves.

On June 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh supply routes, one Daesh supply cache, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh vehicle.

On June 19 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Kisik, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh logistics hub.

On June 18 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

 

June 20th – June 21st 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,252 – 14,252)
Syria 4 strikes (15,440 – 15,443)
Confirmed actions: US, UK

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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 18 and June 24, Coalition military forces conducted 35 strikes consisting of 39 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 24 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 24, 2018.

On June 23 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh supply route and one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and two Daesh mortar systems.

On June 23 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building.

On June 22 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 June 22, 2018.

On June 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, five strikes destroyed five Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Palmyra, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position.

On June 21 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On June 20 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 two Daesh supply routes.

On June 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike [1 British]  destroyed three Daesh caves.

On June 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh supply routes, one Daesh supply cache, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh vehicle.

On June 19 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Kisik, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh logistics hub.

On June 18 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

Update from UK MoD for Wednesday 20 June:

Wednesday 20 June – Typhoons attacked a cave containing stockpiled weapons, in western Iraq...Intelligence indicated that Daesh had a stockpile of weapons hidden inside a cave in a remote area of the western Iraqi desert; a pair of Paveway-armed Typhoon FGR4s therefore attacked on Wednesday 20 June, as part of the continuing effort to eradicate any attempts by the terrorists to resume operations within the country.

June 21st – June 22nd 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,253 – 14,253)
Syria 6 strikes (15,444 – 15,449)
Confirmed actions: US, UK

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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 18 and June 24, Coalition military forces conducted 35 strikes consisting of 39 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 24 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 24, 2018.

On June 23 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh supply route and one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and two Daesh mortar systems.

On June 23 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building.

On June 22 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 June 22, 2018.

On June 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, five strikes destroyed five Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Palmyra, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position.

On June 21 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On June 20 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 two Daesh supply routes.

On June 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike destroyed three Daesh caves.

On June 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh supply routes, one Daesh supply cache, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh vehicle.

On June 19 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Kisik, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh logistics hub.

On June 18 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

Update from UK MoD for Thursday 21 June:

Thursday 21 June – Typhoons bombed a hostile position which persisted in firing on coalition forces in southern Syria...On Thursday 21 June, coalition forces operating against Daesh in the south of Syria were fired on by hostile positions, not believed to be held by Daesh. Although the coalition forces decided to withdraw to attempt to de-escalate the situation, one particular position continued to fire on them. As an act of collective self-defence, RAF Typhoons dropped a single Paveway IV on the position, which successfully removed the threat to our coalition partners.

June 22nd – June 23rd 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,253 – 14,253)
Syria 1 strike (15,450 – 15,450)
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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 18 and June 24, Coalition military forces conducted 35 strikes consisting of 39 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 24 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 24, 2018.

On June 23 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh supply route and one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and two Daesh mortar systems.

On June 23 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building.

On June 22 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 June 22, 2018.

On June 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, five strikes destroyed five Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Palmyra, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position.

On June 21 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On June 20 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 two Daesh supply routes.

On June 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike destroyed three Daesh caves.

On June 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh supply routes, one Daesh supply cache, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh vehicle.

On June 19 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Kisik, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh logistics hub.

On June 18 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

 

June 23rd – June 24th 2018
Iraq 1 strike (14,254 – 14,254)
Syria 7 strikes (15,451 – 15,457)
Confirmed actions: US, UK

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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 18 and June 24, Coalition military forces conducted 35 strikes consisting of 39 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 24 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 24, 2018.

On June 23 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh supply route and one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes [2 British] engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and two Daesh mortar systems.

On June 23 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building.

On June 22 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 June 22, 2018.

On June 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, five strikes destroyed five Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Palmyra, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position.

On June 21 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On June 20 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 two Daesh supply routes.

On June 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike destroyed three Daesh caves.

On June 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh supply routes, one Daesh supply cache, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh vehicle.

On June 19 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Kisik, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh logistics hub.

On June 18 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

Update from UK MoD for Saturday 23 June:

Saturday 23 June – a Reaper eliminated a Daesh mortar team spotted firing in eastern Syria...A Reaper crew, flying an armed reconnaissance patrol over eastern Syria, close to the Iraqi border, on Saturday 23 June, were tasked to investigate reports of a Daesh mortar being fired. Using the aircraft’s advanced surveillance sensor suite, they were able to identify terrorists carrying mortar ammunition into a treeline where the weapon was concealed. One Hellfire missile killed the terrorists, a second destroyed the mortar position itself.

June 24th – June 25th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,254 – 14,254)
Syria 1 strike (15,458 – 15,458)
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 throughout the months of May and June.

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 18 and June 24, Coalition military forces conducted 35 strikes consisting of 39 engagements in Iraq and Syria.

On June 24 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, one strike destroyed one Daesh supply route.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on June 24, 2018.

On June 23 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, three strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed one Daesh supply route and one Daesh vehicle.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, four strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed two Daesh vehicles and two Daesh mortar systems.

On June 23 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Basheer, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh-held building.

On June 22 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 June 22, 2018.

On June 21 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of six engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, five strikes destroyed five Daesh supply routes.
•       Near Palmyra, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh fighting position.

On June 21 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Tal Afar, one strike destroyed one Daesh tunnel.

On June 20 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 two Daesh supply routes.

On June 20 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike destroyed three Daesh caves.

On June 19 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of eight engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Abu Kamal, eight strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit, and destroyed three Daesh supply routes, one Daesh supply cache, two Daesh logistics hubs and one Daesh vehicle.

On June 19 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of three engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.
•       Near Kisik, one strike engaged one Daesh tactical unit.

On June 18 in Syria, Coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against Daesh targets.
•       Near Al Shadaddi, one strike destroyed one Daesh tactical vehicle and one Daesh logistics hub.

On June 18 in Iraq, Coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against Daesh targets.
•       Near Rutbah, two strikes engaged one Daesh tactical unit and destroyed one Daesh vehicle.’

Update from French MoD on June 28th:

[France report that from June 20th to 26th, Task Force Wagram carried out 14 shooting missions in the Euphrates Valley. A total of 162 have been conducted since the start of the offensive on May 1st. Aircraft carried out 15 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 dernières emprises territoriales de Daech se poursuit.
Menée par les forces démocratiques syriennes, coordonnée avec les forces de sécurité irakiennes et appuyée par la coalition, elle a déjà permis de reprendre plus de 300 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. Ces opérations permettent la saisie régulière de grandes quantités d’armes et de munitions de Daech.

ACTIVITE DE LA FORCE
Formation au profit des forces de sécurité irakiennes
La Task Force Narvik mène actuellement cinq stages au profit de l’Iraki Counter Terrorisme Service (ICTS). Ils couvrent les domaines de formation suivants : la lutte contre les engins explosifs, le maniement et l’entretien d’armements lourds, le déplacement tactique en convoi, le secourisme au combat et le 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 162 missions de tirs, dont 14 sur la semaine écoulée (bilan du 20 au 26 juin inclus).
Depuis le début de son engagement, la Task Force Wagram a réalisé 1821 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 15 sorties aériennes en appui des forces locales engagées au sol (bilan du 20 au 26 juin inclus). Aucune frappe n’a été réalisée.
Bilan total de l’action du pilier appui aérien depuis le 19/09/14 :
8174 sorties / 1450 frappes / 2241 objectifs neutralisés.’

 

June 25th – June 26th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,254 – 14,254)
Syria 0 strikes (15,458 – 15,458)
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.’

 

June 26th – June 27th 2018
Iraq 2 strikes (14,255 – 14,256)
Syria 8 strikes (15,459 – 15,466)
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.’

 

June 27th – June 28th 2018
Iraq 3 strikes (14,257 – 14,259)
Syria 6 strikes (15,467 – 15,472)
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.’

 

June 28th – June 29th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,257 – 14,259)
Syria 1 strike (15,473 – 15,473)
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.’

 

June 29th – June 30th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes (14,259 – 14,259)
Syria 3 strikes (15,474 – 15,476)
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.’

 

June 30th – July 1st 2018
Iraq 3 strikes (14,260 – 14,262)
Syria 2 strikes (15,477 – 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.’

From CJTF-OIR on June 28th:

CJTF-OIR 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 7.7 million Iraqis and Syrians from Daesh’s brutal rule in the process.

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.

On June 5, 2018, Amnesty International published a report detailing specific allegations of unintentional, Coalition-caused civilian casualties in Raqqah. The Coalition takes these and all allegations seriously, and this month’s civilian casualty report reflects the current status of six cases pertaining to Amnesty’s recent report:

– Four previously-closed cases are being re-evaluated in light of new evidence.

– One previously closed case was re-evaluated and once again was assessed as non-credible as there was insufficient evidence to find civilians were harmed in this strike.

– One new allegation is currently under assessment.

The Coalition conducted a total of 29,596 strikes between August 2014 and end of May 2018. During this period, based on information available, CJTF-OIR assesses at least 939 civilians have been unintentionally killed by Coalition strikes since the start of Operation Inherent Resolve.

In the month of May, CJTF-OIR carried over 321 open reports from previous months and received
269 new reports between April 20 – May 31. The assessment of 276 civilian casualty reports have been completed. Five reports were determined to be credible, resulting in 62 unintentional civilian deaths, while 266 were assessed to be non-credible and five to be duplicate. A total of 314 reports are still open.

Credible Reports– In each of five 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. April 20, 2015, near Aden neighborhood, Mosul, Iraq, via media report. During a strike on Daesh IED factory, 18 civilians were unintentionally killed.

2. March 20, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via social media report. The report was reopened after the receipt of new evidence from Human Rights Watch. During a strike on Daesh militant multifunctional center allegedly caused civilian casualties. Forty civilians were unintentionally killed.

3. June 25, 2017, near Bokrus Tahtani, Syria, via Airwars report. During a strike destroyed Daesh oil storage tanks, two civilians were unintentionally killed.

4. July 26, 2017, near Abu Kamal, Syria, via Airwars report. During a strike destroyed Daesh financial exchange facility, two civilians were unintentionally killed.

5. October 31, 2017, near al-Qaiem, Iraq, via self-report. During a strike destroyed Daesh headquarters, two civilians were unintentionally injured.

Non Credible Reports–After a thorough review of the facts and circumstances of each civilian casualty report, CJTF-OIR assessed the following 266 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. August 16, 2014, near Sinjar, 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.

2. August 24, 2014, near al 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.

September 23, 2014, near Kafr Daryan, 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.

3. September 26, 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.

4. September 29, 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.

5. October 7, 2014, near Hamam, 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.

6. June 30, 2015, near al Slouk, 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.

7. May 21, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, 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.

8. June 13, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, via 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.

9. July 21, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, via 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.

10. August 22, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, via 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.

11. August 23, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, via 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.

October 10, 2016, near al Shorah, Mosul, Iraq, via 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.

12. October 29, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, via media report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

13. November 5, 2016, near Aden neighborhood, Mosul, Iraq, 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.

14. November 5, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, 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.

15. November 18, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, 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.

16. November 18, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, via media report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

17. November 18, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, via media report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

18. November 18, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, via media report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

19. November 18, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, via media report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

20. November 20, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, via media report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

21. November 23, 2016, near al Qayyarah, Iraq, via media report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

22. November 28, 2016, near al Hissiyah area, 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.

23. January 21, 2017, near 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.

24. 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.

25. April 8, 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.

26. April 12, 2017, near Hazima, 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.

27. April 20, 2017, near Maysaloun farms, 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.

28. April 21, 2017, near al Qarya, 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.

29. April 22, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, 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.

30. April 24, 2017, near al Rahiyat, 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.

31. April 28, 2017, near al Mansoura, 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.

32. April 29, 2017, near al Mansoura, Syria, via Airwars report. After a review of available

harmed in this strike.

33. May 21, 2017, near al Ruwieh, 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.

34. June 1, 2017, near Sbeikhan, 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.

35. June 14, 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.

36. June 15, 2017, near al Badu, 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.

37. June 28, 2017, near Kasrat Afnan, 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.

38. July 2, 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.

39. July 7, 2017, near new 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.

40. July 12, 2017, near Kishkish al Zayanat village, Deir Ez Zor, 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.

41. July 27, 2017, near Tarmiyah, 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.

42. August 1, 2017, near al Qaiem, 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.

43. August 6, 2017, near al Mayadin, 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.

44. August 6, 2017, near al Shirqat, 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. August 6, 2017, near al Bouliyal, 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.

46. August 7, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

47. August 7, 2017, 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.

48. August 7, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

49. August 7, 2017, 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.

50. August 9, 2017, near Etwiem, 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.

51. August 9, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

52. August 10, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

53. August 12, 2017, near Hatla, 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. August 12, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

55. August 12, 2017, near Marqadah, 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.

56. August 13, 2017, 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.

57. August 15, 2017, near al Meshrab, 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. August 18, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

59. August 19, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

60. August 19, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

61. August 19, 2017, near Dashisha, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

62. August 19, 2017, near Tal Afer, Iraq, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

63. August 19, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

64. August 19, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

65. August 19, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

66. August 19, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

67. August 20, 2017, 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.

68. August 20, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

69. August 21, 2017, near Tal Afer, Iraq, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

70. August 21, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

71. August 21, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

72. August 22, 2017, near various villages of al Shadadi, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

73. August 22, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

74. August 22, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Amnesty International. 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.

75. August 23, 2017, near Tal al Jayer, 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.

76. August 24, 2017, near Deir Ez 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.

77. August 26, 2017, near al Mayadin, 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.

78. August 27, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

79. September 1, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

80. September 1, 2017, near al Shmeitiya, 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.

81. September 1, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

82. September 1, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

83. September 3, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

84. September 4, 2017, 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.

85. September 4, 2017, near Hamdha barrier, Deir Ez 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.

86. September 4, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

87. September 5, 2017, near al Kasra, 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.

88. September 5, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient

information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

89. September 5, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

90. September 5, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

91. September 5, 2017, 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.

92. September 6, 2017, near al Houssainiyah, 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.

93. September 7, 2017, near Bokros Tahtani, 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.

94. September 7, 2017, near Rawah, 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.

95. September 7, 2017, near al Abbasi, 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.

96. September 8, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

97. September 9, 2017, near Hatla, 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.

98. September 9, 2017, near Rowaishid, 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.

99. September 9, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

100. September 9, 2017, near Sabha and al Jadid crossing, Deir Ez 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.

101. September 10, 2017, near al Jumaili, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

102. September 10, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

103. September 10, 2017, near al Badou, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

104. September 10, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

105. September 10, 2017, near Nazlat Shahadah, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

106. September 11, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

107. September 11, 2017, near Abu Khashab junction, Deir Ez 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.

108. September 11, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

109. September 11, 2017, near Dashishah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

110. September 12, 2017, near al Badou, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

111. September 12, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient

information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

112. September 12, 2017, near Khisham, 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.

113. September 13, 2017, near al Zab district, 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.

114. September 13, 2017, near Mazloum village, 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.

115. September 14, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

116. September 14, 2017, near Anah, 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.

117. September 14, 2017, near Tabiyeh Shamieh, Deir Ez 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.

118. September 14, 2017, near Jadid Bakara, Deir Ez 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.

119. September 14, 2017, near Bokros Tahtani, Deir Ez 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.

120. September 14, 2017, near al Basira, Deir Ez 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.

121. September 14, 2017, near al A’shara, Deir Ez 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.

122. September 14, 2017, near al Zabari, Deir Ez 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.

123. September 14, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

124. September 14, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

125. September 14, 2017, near Jadid Akeidat, al Mayadin, 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.

126. September 15, 2017, near al Shammatia, 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.

127. September 16, 2017, near Mazloum Tahtani, Deir Ez 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.

128. September 16, 2017, near Mahkan, Deir Ez 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.

129. September 17, 2017, 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.

130. September 18, 2017, 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.

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

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

133. September 18, 2017, near al Sayyal, 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.

134. September 18, 2017, near al Sha’fah, 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.

135. September 20, 2017, near Karablah, 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.

136. September 20, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

137. September 21, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

138. September 22, 2017, near Mazloum village, Deir Ez 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.

139. September 22, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

140. September 22, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

141. September 23, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

142. September 24, 2017, near al Batmah, 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.

143. September 24, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient

information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

144. September 24, 2017, near Markadah, 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.

145. September 25, 2017, 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.

146. September 25, 2017, near al Mayadin, 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.

147. September 25, 2017, near al Badou, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility. S1352

148. September 25, 2017, near al Badou, 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.

149. September 25, 2017, 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.

150. September 25, 2017, near Kormaza village, Tel Abiyad, 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.

151. September 26, 2017, near Raqqah Samrah, 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.

152. September 26, 2017, near al Badou, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

153. September 26, 2017, near al Soor, 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.

154. September 26, 2017, near al Mayadin, 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.

155. September 27, 2017, near al Mutaybjah, 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.

156. September 27, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

157. September 27, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

158. September 28, 2017, near al Badou, 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.

159. September 28, 2017, near al Mayadin, 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.

160. September 28, 2017, near al Mayadin, 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.

161. September 28, 2017, near al Taybeh, 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.

162. September 28, 2017, near west Ramadi, 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.

163. September 28, 2017, 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.

164. September 28, 2017, near al Shajarah village, 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.

165. September 28, 2017, near 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.

166. September 28, 2017, near al Mayadin, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

167. September 28, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

168. September 29, 2017, near al Mayadin, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

169. September 29, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

170. September 29, 2017, near al Badou, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

171. September 29, 2017, near al Mayadin, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

172. September 29, 2017, near al Sabha, 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.

173. September 29, 2017, near Suwaydan Jazeerah, 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.

174. September 29, 2017, near al Mayadin, 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.

175. September 29, 2017, 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.

176. September 30, 2017, 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.

177. September 30, 2017, near al Zubari, 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.

178. September 30, 2017, near al Mojawedah, 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.

179. September 30, 2017, near al A’sharah, 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.

180. September 30, 2017, near Bokros Foqani, 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.

181. October 1, 2017, near Tabiah Jazeerah, 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.

182. October 1, 2017, 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.

183. October 1, 2017, near Mashlab, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

184. October 1, 2017, near al Mayadin, 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.

185. October 1, 2017, near al Haweij crossing, Deir Ez 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.

186. October 1, 2017, near Bokros, 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.

187. October 2, 2017, 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.

188. October 2, 2017, near Mazloum Foqani, 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.

189. October 2, 2017, near Husaybah, 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.

190. October 2, 2017, near Tawassoeiyah, 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.

191. October 3, 2017, near al Badou, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

192. October 3, 2017, near al Badou, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

193. October 3, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

194. October 3, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

195. October 3, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

196. October 3, 2017, near al Mayadin, 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.

197. October 4, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

198. October 4, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

199. October 4, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

200. October 4, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

201. October 4, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

202. October 4, 2017, near al Mayadin, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

203. October 5, 2017, near al Sukkariah, 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.

204. October 5, 2017, near Haweij al Khanafer, 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.

205. October 5, 2017, near Jadida Akeidat, 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.

206. October 5, 2017, near Huseiniyah, 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.

207. October 5, 2017, near al Mayadin, 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.

208. October 5, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

209. October 5, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

210. October 5, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

211. October 5, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

212. October 6, 2017, near Marqada, 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.

213. October 6, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

214. October 6, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

215. October 6, 2017, 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.

216. October 6, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

217. October 6, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

218. October 6, 2017, 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.

219. October 7, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

220. October 7, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

221. October 7, 2017, 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.

222. October 7, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

223. October 7, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

224. October 7, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

225. October 7, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

226. October 7, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

227. October 8, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

228. October 8, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

229. October 8, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

230. October 8, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

231. October 8, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

232. October 8, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

233. October 8, 2017, near al Qaeim, Iraq, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

234. October 9, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

235. October 9, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

236. October 9, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

237. October 9, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

238. October 9, 2017, near al Qaeim, Iraq, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

239. October 10, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

240. October 10, 2017, near Rawah, Iraq, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

241. October 10, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

242. October 11, 2017, 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.

243. October 12, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

244. October 13, 2017, near Markadah, 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.

245. October 13, 2017, 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

246. October 14, 2017, near al Sa’ada village, 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

247. October 15, 2017, near al Busayrah, 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

248. October 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

249. October 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

250. October 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

251. October 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

252. October 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

253. October 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

254. October 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

255. October 18, 2017, near al Shaheel, 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.

256. October 19, 2017, near al Busayrah, 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.

257. October 26, 2017, near al Qaeim, 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.

258. October 27, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

259. October 29, 2017, near Hajin, 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.

260. April 6, 2018, near Douma Obstetric Center, Syria, via self-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.

261. April 6, 2018, near Arbin, Syria, via self-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.

262. May 1, 2018, near al Hassakah, 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.

263. Date unknown, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

264. Date unknown, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. The report contains insufficient information of the time, location and details to assess its credibility.

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

1. Jan. 6, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report. It is a duplicate of an open allegation awaiting assessment.

2. Feb 20, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. It is a duplicate of an open allegation awaiting assessment.

3. Aug 25, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. It is a duplicate of an open allegation

awaiting assessment.

4. September 3, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. It is a duplicate of an open allegation awaiting assessment.

5. October 9, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report. It is a duplicate of an open allegation awaiting assessment.

Open Reports– 314 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. Jan. 14, 2015, near Um al Nayr, Syria, via Airwars report.

5. Jan. 15, 2015, near Tayyani, Deir Ez Zor, Syria, via Airwars report.

6. Jan. 18, 2015, near Tayyani, Deir Ez Zor, Syria, via Airwars report.

7. Jan. 26, 2015, near al Dheban Road, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

8. Feb. 8, 2015, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

9. Feb. 17, 2015, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

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

11. Feb. 23, 2015, near Jesse (Al Hasakah), Syria, via Airwars report.

12. March 8, 2015, near Atimah, Syria, via Airwars report.

13. March 9, 2015, near Telkaif, Iraq, via Airwars report.

14. March 25, 2015, near Fallujah, Iraq, via Airwars report.

15. April 3, 2015, near Waelyiah, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

16. April 20, 2015, near Fadhiliyah, Ba’shiqah, Iraq, via Airwars report.

17. April 21, 2015, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

18. April 29, 2015, near Fallujah, Iraq, via Airwars report.

19. April 29, near al Roummanah, Anbar, Iraq, via Airwars report.

20. May 6, 2015, near al Gharah, Syria, via Airwars report.

21. May 8, 2015, near Tel al Majdal, Syria, via Airwars report.

22. May 19, 2015, near Tel al Majdal, Syria, via Airwars report.

23. May 21, 2015, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

24. May 26, 2015, near Ras al Ain, Syria, via Airwars report.

25. June 3, 2015, near Hawijah, Iraq, via Airwars report.

26. June 3, 2015, near Umm Hajarah, Syria, via Airwars report.

27. June 5, 2015, near Anah al Jadidah, Iraq, via Airwars report.

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

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

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

31. June 11, 2015, near Hawijah, Iraq, via Airwars report.

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

33. June 13, 2015, Suluk, Syria, via Airwars report.

34. June 13, 2015, Khusham, Syria, via Airwars report.

35. June 19, 2015, Arbeed, Syria, via Airwars report.

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

37. June 23, 2015, near Bayji, Iraq, via Airwars report.

38. June 25, 2015, near Mahmoudiah, Iraq, via Airwars report.

39. Aug. 3, 2015, near Al Hasakah, Syria, via Airwars report.

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

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

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

43. Nov. 24, 2015, near Abu Jarbua (Al Hasakah), Syria, via Airwars report.

44. Feb. 23, 2016, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

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

46. April 18, 2016, near Sudayrah, Salah al-Din, Iraq, via Airwars report.

47. May 19, 2016, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

48. May 28, 2016, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

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

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

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

52. Aug. 23, 2016, near Qayyarah, Iraq, via media report.

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

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

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

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

57. Nov. 6, 2016, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

58. Nov. 19, 2016, near Al Abbara (Raqqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

75. Feb. 12, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

76. Feb. 14, 2017, near Qasr Al Matahin, Iraq, via Airwars report.

77. Feb. 20, 2017, near Tel Kaysoum, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

78. Feb. 23, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

79. Feb. 24, 2017, near Mazir, Iraq, via Airwars report.

80. Feb. 25, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

81. Feb. 25, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

82. March 1, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

83. March 1, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

84. March 8, 2017, near Al Karamah, Syria via Airwars report.

85. March 8, 2017, near Al Rashid, Syria, via Airwars report.

86. March 11, 2017, near Al Karamah, Syria, via Airwars report.

87. March 13, 2017, near Al Mosul Al Jadida, Iraq, via Airwars report.

88. March 14, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

89. March 14, 2017, near Al Thawrah (Tabaqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

90. March 14, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

91. March 14, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

92. March 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

93. March 16, 2017, near the Euphrates Dam, Syria, via Airwars report.

94. March 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

95. March 17, 2017, near Al Safsaf, Syria, via Airwars report.

96. March 18, 2017, near Shabhar (Raqqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

97. March 18, 2017, near Azersjkhan, Syria, via Airwars report.

98. March 19, 2017, near Hamra Blassem (Raqqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

99. March 20, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

100. March 21, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

101. March 21, 2017, near Al Jadida, Syria, via Airwars report.

102. March 22, 2017, near Ratlah, Syria, via Airwars report.

103. March 22, 2017, near Al Thani, Syria, via Airwars report.

104. March 22, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

105. March 22, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

106. March 22, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

107. March 25, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

108. March 25, 2017, near Shoa’ib al Zaker, Syria, via Airwars report.

109. March 25, 2017, near Al Thawrah (Tabaqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

110. March 25, 2017, near Al Thawrah (Tabaqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

111. March 25, 2017, near Al Mayadin, Syria, via Airwars report.

112. March 26, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

113. March 26, 2017, near Al-Thawrah (Tabaqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

114. March 27, 2017, near Al-Thawrah (Tabaqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

115. March 27, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

116. March 27, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

117. March 28, 2017, near Mudar, Syria, via Airwars report.

118. March 28, 2017, near Khatouniya, Syria, via Airwars report.

119. March 29, 2017, near Shoa’ib al Zaker, Syria, via Airwars report.

120. March 29, 2017, near Al Safsaf, Syria, via Airwars report.

121. March 30, 2017, near Al Mansoura, Syria, via Airwars report.

122. March 30, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

123. March 30, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

124. March 30, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

125. March 30, 2017, near Al Safsaf, Syria, via Airwars report.

126. March 30, 2017, near Al Huzaymah (Raqqah), Syria, via Airwars report.

127. April 5, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

128. April 10, 2017, near Sekak (Mosul), Iraq, via Airwars report.

129. April 11, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

130. April 16, 2017, near Al Tabqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

131. April 16, 2017, near Kabish, Syria, via Airwars report.

132. April 19, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

133. April 26, 2017, near Debsi Afnan, Syria, via Airwars report.

134. April 26, 2017, near Al Tabqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

135. April 28, 2017, near Tabaqa, Syria, via Airwars report.

136. May 4, 2017, near Meshrfa, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

137. May 6, 2017, near Mayadin, Syria, via Airwars report.

138. May 8, 2017, near Wadah, Syria via Airwars report.

139. May 8, 2017, near Kdeiran, Syria via Airwars report.

140. May 8, 2017, near Al Awaal (Al Tabqah), Syria via Airwars report.

141. May 9, 2017, near Abu Kamal, Syria, via Airwars report.

142. May 10, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

143. May 11, 2017, near Hamra Blassem, Syria, via Airwars report.

144. May 12, 2017, near Quriya, Syria, via Airwars report.

145. May 13, 2017, near Between two Bridges, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

146. May 15, 2017, near Al Makef, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

147. May 16, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

148. May 18, 2017, near Hunaida, Syria, via Airwars report.

149. May 21, 2017, near Kdeiran, Syria, via Airwars report.

150. May 21, 2017, near al Salhabiya, Syria, via Airwars report.

151. May 23, 2017, near Kdeiran, Syria, via Airwars report.

152. May 23, 2017, near Al Duweir, Syria, via Airwars report.

153. May 26, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

154. May 27, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq, via news media report.

155. May 28, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via self-report.

156. May 28, 2017, near Al Hamam, Syria, via Airwars report.

157. May 28, 2017, near Al Mansoura, Syria, via Airwars report.

158. May 28, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

159. May 29, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

160. May 29, 2017, near Qorya, Syria, via Airwars report.

161. June 2, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

162. June 3, 2017, near Zanjili, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

163. June 3, 2017 near Hawi al Hawa, Syria, via Airwars report.

164. June 3, 2017, near al Jisr al Qadim, Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

165. June 4, 2017, near Abu al Naital, Syria, via Airwars report.

166. June 5, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via media report.

167. June 7, 2017, near Mahkan, Syria, via Airwars report.

168. June 8, 2017, near Zanjili, Mosul, Iraq, via Airwars report.

169. June 8, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

170. June 9, 2017 near Sin’a, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

171. June 9, 2017 near Dariyah, Raqqah, Syria via Amnesty International report.

172. June 10, 2017 near Euphrates River, Syria via Amnesty International report.

173. June 11, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

174. June 11, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

175. June 12, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

176. June 12, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

177. June 12, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

178. June 12, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

179. June 13, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

180. June 15, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

181. June 15, 2017, near Between two bridges, Syria, via Airwars report.

182. June 15, 2017, near Sharia Jama al Qademeh (Raqqah), Syria via Amnesty International report.

183. June 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

184. June 16, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

185. June 17, 2017, near al- Mansour neighborhood, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

186. June 17, 2017, near Hawijah al-Swafi, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

187. June 17, 2017, near al- Rumeilah neighborhood,Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

188. June 18, 2017, near Two Bridges area, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

189. June 18, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

190. June 19, 2017 near Shifa, Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

191. June 20, 2017, near Kasrat Faraj, Syria via Airwars report.

192. June 21, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

193. June 22, 2017 near Al Saaha, Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

194. June 23, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

195. June 23, 2017, near Euphrates River, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

196. June 24, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

197. June 24, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report

198. June 24, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

199. June 24, 2017 near Old Bridge, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

200. June 25, 2017, near Ratlah, Syria via Airwars report.

201. June 26, 2017, near Al Mayadin, Syria via Airwars report.

202. June 27, 2017, near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

203. June 28, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Amnesty International report.

204. June 29, 2017, near Bab Lakash, Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

205. June 30, 2017, near Al Dashaisha, Syria via Airwars report.

206. July 1, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Amnesty International report.

207. July 1, 2017 near al-Dariiya, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

208. July 1, 2017 near al-Mashlab neighborhood, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

209. July 1, 2017 near Hossain, Dier Ez Zor, Syria via Airwars report.

210. July 2, 2017 near Al Soor, Syria via Airwars report.

211. July 2, 2017 near Mosul, Iraq via Airwars report.

212. July 2, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

213. July 3, 2017 near Kasrat Srour, Syria via Airwars report.

214. July 3, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

215. July 4, 2017 near Ratlah, Syria via Airwars report.

216. July 4, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

217. July 5, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

218. July 6, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

219. July 7, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

220. July 8, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

221. July 11, 2017 near Qasr al Banat, Syria via Airwars report.

222. July 12, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

223. July 13, 2017, near Hisham Bin Abd al-Malik neighborhood, Raqqah, Syria via social media report.

224. July 13, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

225. July 14, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

226. July 15, 2017 near al Badou, Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

227. July 16, 2017, near Kashkash Zyanat (Ash Shaddadi), Syria, via social media report.

228. July 16, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

229. July 17, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

230. July 17, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

231. July 18, 2017, near Sabikan, Syria, via Airwars report.

232. July 18, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

233. July 18, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Amnesty International report.

234. July 21, 2017, near, Raqqah, Syria, via social media report.

235. July 22, 2017 near Bajari, Syria via Airwars report.

236. July 23, 2017 near Nazlet Shahata, Syria via Airwars report.

237. July 25, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

238. July 28, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

239. Aug. 1, 2017, near Kadiya (Duhok), Iraq, via self-report.

240. Aug. 2, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

241. Aug. 3, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via self-report.

242. Aug. 4, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

243. Aug. 5, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

244. Aug. 5, 2017 near Al Fadaghmi, via Airwars report.

245. Aug. 6, 2017, near Al Shaddadi, Syria, via self-report.

246. Aug. 6, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

247. Aug. 6, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

248. Aug. 11, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

249. Aug. 12, 2017, near Al Mazara’ (Tal Afar), Iraq, via social media report.

250. Aug. 12, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

251. Aug. 13, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

252. Aug. 16, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via social media report.

253. Aug. 18, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

254. Aug. 19, 2017 near Anah, Iraq via Airwars report.

255. Aug. 19, 2017 near Al Qaeim, Iraq via Airwars report.

256. Aug. 20, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via media report.

257. Aug. 20, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

258. Aug. 20, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

259. Aug. 20, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Amnesty rInternational report.

260. Aug. 20, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Amnesty International report.

261. Aug. 21, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

262. Aug. 23, 2017 near Al Mayadin, Syria via Airwars report.

263. Aug. 23, 2017 near Karabla, al Qaiem, Iraq via Airwars report.

264. Aug. 23, 2017 near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

265. Sep. 2, 2017, near al Qaiem, Iraq via Airwars report.

266. Sep. 4, 2017, near Raqqah, Syrai via Airwars report.

267. Sep. 4, 2017, near Raqqah, Syrai via Airwars report.

268. Sep. 5, 2017 near Al Naim (Dawar al Naim), Syria via Airwars report.

269. Sept. 8, 2017, near An Nadah, Syria via media report.

270. Sep. 9, 2017, near Abu Kamal, Syria via Airwars report.

271. Sep. 10, 2017, near Hawijah, Iraq via Airwars report.

272. Sep. 10, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

273. Sep. 13, 2017, near Anah and Rawah, Iraq via Airwars report.

274. Sep. 16, 2017, near Mayadin, Syria, via Airwars report.

275. Sep. 17, 2017, near Abu Kamal, Syria, via Airwars report.

276. Sep. 17, 2017, near al Baghouz, Syria, via Airwars report.

277. Sep. 17, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

278. Sep. 18, 2017, near al Mrashdah village, Abu Kamal, Syria, via Airwars report.

279. Sep. 18, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

280. Sep. 19, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Airwars report.

281. Sep. 19, 2017, near Hawijah, Iraq via Airwars report.

282. Sep. 19, 2017, near Hawijah, Iraq via social media report.

283. Sep. 23, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

284. Sep. 25, 2017, near Abu Kamal, Syria via Airwars report.

285. Sep. 27, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria via Airwars report.

286. Oct. 10, 2017, near Deir Ez Zor, Syria via self-report.

287. Oct. 12, 2017, near Raqqah, Syria, via Amnesty International report.

288. Oct. 13, 2017, near Husaybah, al Qaiem, Iraq via Airwars report.

289. Oct. 17, 2017, near Abu Kamal, Syria via self-report.

290. Oct. 19, 2017, near Abu Kamal, Syria via self-report.

291. Nov. 11, 2017 near Dashishah, Hassakah, Syria via s self-report.

292. Nov. 28, 2017 near El Qata, Syria via self-report.

293. Nov. 30, 2017 near Darnaj, Syria via self-report.

294. Dec. 1, 2017 near Al Burham, Syria via self-report.

295. Dec. 22, 2017 near Hajin, Syria via social media report.

296. Dec. 25, 2017 near Kharayij, Syria via self-report.

297. Dec. 30, 2017 near Al Bahrah, Syria via social media report.

298. Jan. 14, 2018 near Hajin, Syria, via social media report and Airwars.

299. Jan. 20, 2018 near Al Bahrah, Syria via self-report.

300. Jan. 20, 2018 near Al Kashmah, Syria via self-report.

301. Jan. 27 2018 near Al-Baghdadi, Iraq via social media report.

302. Feb. 2, 2018 near Al Bahra, Syria via social media report.

303. Feb. 6, 2018 near Al Shafaa, Syria via self-report.

304. Feb. 7, 2018 near Al Asbah Farms, Syria via self-report.

305. Feb. 9, 2018 near Al Shafaa, Syria via self-report.

306. Feb. 9, 2018 near Al Bahrah, Syria via self-report.

307. March 26, 2018, near al Kashman, Syria via self-report.

308. Apr 2, 2018 near al Qayyarah, Iraq via self-report.

309. May 10, 2018, near al Baghouz, Syria, via social media report.

310. May 10, 2018, near al Khatuniyah, Syria, via self-report.

311. May 11, 2018, near al Hamadi village, Syria, via social media report.

312. May 14, 2018, near Mishraq village, Iraq, via self-report.

313. May 15, 2018, near al Susah, Syria, via self-report.

314. May 23, 2018, near Hajin, Syria, via self-report.’

Monthly AFCENT data for June 2018: