Military reports – November 2018

Written by Airwars Staff on November 6, 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 November 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.

 

 

November 1st – November 2nd 2018
Iraq 0 strikes  (14,346 – 14,346)
Syria 22 strikes (16,307 – 16,328)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

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

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

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

Weekly Strike Summary

Between Oct. 28 and Nov 3, CJTF-OIR coalition military forces conducted 100 strikes consisting of 161 engagements in Syria.

On Nov. 3 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes consisting of 44 engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, 28 strikes engaged eight tactical units, and destroyed three headquarters buildings, two command and control centers, two supply centers, four weapons caches, three mortars, 10 staging areas, 1 firing position, and one guest house.

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

On Nov. 2 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 21 strikes consisting of 31 engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, 21 strikes engaged five tactical units, destroyed seven staging areas, five mortars, two weapons caches, two supply routes, one tunnel, two facilities, two command and control centers, and one piece of equipment.

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

On Nov. 1 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 22 strikes consisting of 44 engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, 22 strikes engaged seven tactical units, and destroyed two fighting positions, two mortars, two command and control centers, seven staging areas, and four weapons caches.

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

On Oct. 31 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of seven engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, eight strikes engaged six tactical units, and destroyed one staging area, one armored vehicle, two observation points, and one command and control center.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on Oct. 31, 2018.

On Oct. 30 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of 20 engagements against an ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, six strikes engaged six tactical units, and destroyed nine vehicles, seven supply routes, and one vehicle borne IED.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on Oct. 30, 2018.

On Oct. 29 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of eight engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, eight strikes engaged 10 tactical units, and destroyed two weapons caches, one vehicle borne IED, one vehicle, one command and control center, and one fighting position.

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

On Oct 28, 2018 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted eight military strikes consisting of seven engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, eight strikes engaged two tactical units, and destroyed one supply route, two vehicles, one command and control center, one mortar, one explosive manufacturing facility, one compound and one staging area.

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

 

 

November 2nd – November 3rd 2018
Iraq 0 strikes +2*  (14,347 – 14,348)
Syria 21 strikes (16,329 – 16,349)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

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

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

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

Weekly Strike Summary

Between Oct. 28 and Nov 3, CJTF-OIR coalition military forces conducted 100 strikes consisting of 161 engagements in Syria.

On Nov. 3 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes consisting of 44 engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, 28 strikes engaged eight tactical units, and destroyed three headquarters buildings, two command and control centers, two supply centers, four weapons caches, three mortars, 10 staging areas, 1 firing position, and one guest house.

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

On Nov. 2 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 21 strikes consisting of 31 engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, 21 strikes engaged five tactical units, destroyed seven staging areas, five mortars, two weapons caches, two supply routes, one tunnel, two facilities, two command and control centers, and one piece of equipment.

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

On Nov. 1 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 22 strikes consisting of 44 engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, 22 strikes engaged seven tactical units, and destroyed two fighting positions, two mortars, two command and control centers, seven staging areas, and four weapons caches.

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

On Oct. 31 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of seven engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, eight strikes engaged six tactical units, and destroyed one staging area, one armored vehicle, two observation points, and one command and control center.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on Oct. 31, 2018.

On Oct. 30 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of 20 engagements against an ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, six strikes engaged six tactical units, and destroyed nine vehicles, seven supply routes, and one vehicle borne IED.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on Oct. 30, 2018.

On Oct. 29 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of eight engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, eight strikes engaged 10 tactical units, and destroyed two weapons caches, one vehicle borne IED, one vehicle, one command and control center, and one fighting position.

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

On Oct 28, 2018 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted eight military strikes consisting of seven engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, eight strikes engaged two tactical units, and destroyed one supply route, two vehicles, one command and control center, one mortar, one explosive manufacturing facility, one compound and one staging area.

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

* See Nov 4th-5th for amended strikes

 

November 3rd – November 4th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes  (14,348 – 14,348)
Syria 28 strikes (16,350 – 16,377)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

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

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

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

Weekly Strike Summary

Between Oct. 28 and Nov 3, CJTF-OIR coalition military forces conducted 100 strikes consisting of 161 engagements in Syria.

On Nov. 3 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 28 strikes consisting of 44 engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, 28 strikes engaged eight tactical units, and destroyed three headquarters buildings, two command and control centers, two supply centers, four weapons caches, three mortars, 10 staging areas, 1 firing position, and one guest house.

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

On Nov. 2 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 21 strikes consisting of 31 engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, 21 strikes engaged five tactical units, destroyed seven staging areas, five mortars, two weapons caches, two supply routes, one tunnel, two facilities, two command and control centers, and one piece of equipment.

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

On Nov. 1 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 22 strikes consisting of 44 engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, 22 strikes engaged seven tactical units, and destroyed two fighting positions, two mortars, two command and control centers, seven staging areas, and four weapons caches.

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

On Oct. 31 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted eight strikes consisting of seven engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, eight strikes engaged six tactical units, and destroyed one staging area, one armored vehicle, two observation points, and one command and control center.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on Oct. 31, 2018.

On Oct. 30 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted six strikes consisting of 20 engagements against an ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, six strikes engaged six tactical units, and destroyed nine vehicles, seven supply routes, and one vehicle borne IED.

There were no reported strikes conducted in Iraq on Oct. 30, 2018.

On Oct. 29 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted seven strikes consisting of eight engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, eight strikes engaged 10 tactical units, and destroyed two weapons caches, one vehicle borne IED, one vehicle, one command and control center, and one fighting position.

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

On Oct 28, 2018 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted eight military strikes consisting of seven engagements against ISIS targets.

* Near Hajin, eight strikes engaged two tactical units, and destroyed one supply route, two vehicles, one command and control center, one mortar, one explosive manufacturing facility, one compound and one staging area.

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

From CJTFOIR on November 4th:

‘CJTF-OIR partner ensures first humanitarian aid delivery to Rukban since January

SOUTHWEST ASIA – Maghaweir al-Thowra, a partner of Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve, provided security to ensure the safe delivery of thousands of tons of U.N. humanitarian aid to the Rukban internally displaced persons camp near At Tanf, Syria, today.

“The security the MaT provided to the U.N. humanitarian aid convoy was instrumental in ensuring roughly 55,000 people received lifesaving aid,” said Maj. Gen. (UK) Christopher Ghika, CJTF-OIR deputy commander. “We also want to express a deep gratitude to the Syrian Arab Red Crescent for their essential role in delivering to people in dire need of any assistance. We continue to stand ready to enable future delivery of U.N. humanitarian relief to the people of Rukban until they are able to return home as we pursue our mission of an enduring defeat of ISIS.”

Enabling the delivery of this humanitarian aid provided life-saving relief to people seeking shelter from ISIS.’

From CJTFOIR on November 8th:

‘Distribution of Humanitarian Relief in Rukban Successful

BAGHDAD–Thousands of tons of United Nations humanitarian aid have been safely delivered to the Rukban internally displaced persons camp near At Tanf, Syria. The Maghaweir al-Thowra, a partner of Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve, provided security to ensure the safe delivery of the UN convoy.

The security provided by the MaT allowed for UN and Red Crescent aid workers to safely administer life-saving medical and humanitarian relief prior to the winter season, when mortality rates would be expected to be highest without assistance.

“The enduring defeat of ISIS will require more than a purely military solution,” said Maj. Gen. (UK) Christopher Ghika, deputy commander for CJTF-OIR. “The toxic and evil impact ISIS has had in the region will ultimately be eradicated, but that will require international assistance to ensure that innocent people like those in Rukban are not forgotten.”

CJTF-OIR and its partners continue to stand ready to enable future delivery of UN humanitarian relief to the people of Rukban until they are able to return home as we pursue our mission of an enduring defeat of ISIS.’

 

From French MoD on November 8th:

[Since October 2016 the French gunners of the Task Force (TF) Wagram have conducted 2,000 firing missions against ISIS.  They are currently deployed in northwestern Iraq to support the action of Syrian troops engaged on the ground in the mid-Euphrates valley]

CHAMMAL : 2 000 missions de tir par la Task Force Wagram depuis 2016.

Mise à jour : 08/11/2018
Depuis octobre 2016 les artilleurs français de la Task Force (TF) Wagram sont pleinement engagés dans la lutte contre Daech. Après deux ans d’engagement, ils viennent de conduire leur 2 000e mission de tir pour appuyer les forces de la coalition et combattre cet ennemi commun.
Au sein de l’opération Chammal, nom du volet français de l’opération Inherent Resolve conduite par les États-Unis, environ 150 militaires sont nécessaires à la mise en œuvre des trois canons Caesar. Ils sont actuellement déployés au nord-ouest de l’Irak pour soutenir l’action des troupes syriennes engagées au sol dans la moyenne vallée de l’Euphrate.
« J’étais présent lors de l’arrivée des premiers Caesar sur Erbil en 2016, j’ai donc assisté à la première mission de tir. Cette opération est exigeante et délicate, nous œuvrons nuit et jour pour remplir notre mission. J’espère surtout pouvoir témoigner de la dernière mission de tir qui symbolisera la réussite des 77 pays, dont 4 organisations internationales, engagées au sein de la coalition » témoigne l’adjudant-chef Yann, en mission pour la deuxième fois en Irak au sein de la Strike Cell (cellule de frappe) de la coalition.
Depuis son arrivée en 2016, la TF Wagram appuie les opérations de la coalition menées contre Daech. Plus précisément, elle participe au « pilier appui » de l’opération, » qui consiste à soutenir les troupes engagées au sol contre l’organisation terroriste et à frapper ses capacités militaires. Depuis son déploiement, la TF suit les déplacements des zones d’opération au plus près des combats, et participe désormais, depuis l’Irak, à réduire la dernière emprise territoriale encore aux mains de Daech.
Lancée depuis le 19 septembre 2014, l’opération Chammal représente la participation française à l’OIR (opération Inherent Resolve) et mobilise aujourd’hui près de 1 100 militaires. À la demande du gouvernement irakien et en coordination avec les alliés de la France présents dans la région, l’opération Chammal repose sur deux piliers complémentaires : un pilier « formation» au profit d’unités de sécurité nationale irakiennes et un pilier « appui » consistant à soutenir l’action des forces locales engagées au sol contre Daech et à frapper les capacités militaires du groupe terroriste.’

 

Update from French MoD on November 8th:

[From October 31st to November 6th, the three CAESAR guns carried out 54 fire missions in the Hajin region, Syria, from Iraqi territory (illumination, harassment, destruction) from Iraqi territory. Aircraft conducted 18 sorties and 2 strikes, north of Abu Kamal, Syria.]

CHAMMAL

SITUATION MILITAIRE DU THEATRE

Offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech en Syrie

L’opération pour reprendre la poche d’Hajine dans la moyenne vallée de l’Euphrate, lancée le 10 septembre, marque un temps d’arrêt. Les forces démocratiques syriennes se réorganisent et consolident leurs positions.

Poursuite des actions de sécurisation en Irak

En Irak, les opérations de sécurisation des forces de sécurité irakiennes (FSI) se poursuivent, avec un renforcement à la frontière irako-syrienne. Les FSI ont assuré la sécurisation du pèlerinage chiite de l’Arbaïn, ce qui a permis à ce rassemblement religieux de se tenir dans des conditions de sécurité satisfaisantes.

ACTIVITE DE LA FORCE

Le dispositif français déployé au Levant n’a pas évolué.

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 appuie l’offensive des forces démocratiques syriennes contre Daech dans la région d’Hajine.
Les trois canons CAESAR ont réalisé, depuis le territoire irakien, 54 missions de tir (éclairement, harcèlement, destruction – bilan du 31 octobre au 6 novembre inclus).
Depuis le début de son engagement, la Task Force Wagram a réalisé 2052 missions de tirs.

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

Au sein de la coalition, les aéronefs français basés en Jordanie et aux Émirats arabes unis poursuivent leurs actions contre Daech.
Cette semaine, les aéronefs de l’opération Chammal ont réalisé 18 sorties aériennes (bilan du 31 octobre au 6 novembre inclus) et conduit 2 frappes, en appui des FDS au nord d’Abou Kamal en Syrie.
Bilan total de l’action du pilier appui aérien depuis le 19/09/14 :
8618 sorties / 1478 frappes / 2277 objectifs neutralisés.

Action de formation au profit des FSI

Les 21 et 22 octobre, la Task Force Monsabert a formé des femmes de la 6ème division d’infanterie irakienne aux techniques de fouille, en vue de les préparer à leur mission de sécurisation du pèlerinage chiite d’Arbaïn, qui s’est tenu le 30 octobre à Karbala, dans le centre de l’Irak. Le commandant de la 6ème division avait souhaité s’appuyer sur l’expertise des militaires français pour effectuer un rappel des procédures de fouille adaptées aux femmes. Le personnel militaire féminin de la TF Monsabert a dispensé une instruction à trente employées civiles et militaires irakiennes. Celles-ci occupent des fonctions administratives mais devaient être déployées sur différents checkpoints afin de sécuriser le flux des millions de fidèles attendus. Durant deux jours d’enseignement théorique et pratique, il s’est agi de rappeler aux stagiaires les techniques qui avaient déjà été utilisées pour la sécurisation des élections législatives en mai dernier.’

November 4th – November 5th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes  (14,348 – 14,348)
Syria 30 strikes (16,378 – 16,407)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

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

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

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

Weekly Strike Summary

Between Nov. 4 and Nov. 10, CJTF-OIR coalition military forces conducted 150 strikes consisting of 331 engagements in Syria.

On Nov. 10 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 23 strikes consisting of 36 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 23 strikes destroyed two command and control centers, one IED facility, one logistic facility, five buildings, four tunnels, two staging areas, six supply routes, one fighting position and one UAS launch site.

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

On Nov. 9 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 19 strikes consisting of 46 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged 15 tactical units, and destroyed six buildings, three tunnels, two command and control centers, one observation point, one vehicle borne IED, three supply routes and two weapons caches.

On Nov. 9 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS targets.
• Near Lake Qadisiyyah, one strike damaged one weapons cache.

On Nov. 8 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 49 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged three tactical units, destroyed two command and control centers, two buildings, one observation point, four supply routes, one fighting position, five weapons caches, three tunnels and one staging area.

On Nov. 8 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against ISIS
targets.
• Near Jazeerah desert, two strikes destroyed one building and one cave.

On Nov. 7 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 25 strikes consisting of 48 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 25 strikes engaged four tactical units, and destroyed two weapons caches, four tunnels, four staging areas, four command and control centers, three fighting positions, one vehicle borne IED, one building, eight mortars, one IED facility and three supply routes.

On Nov. 7 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS
targets.
• Near Lake Hamrin, one strike destroyed one building.

On Nov. 6 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 15 strikes consisting of 45 engagements against an ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 15 strikes destroyed seven supply routes, two fighting positions, two buildings, two mortars, one firing position, one staging area, two weapons caches, two observation points and three tunnels.

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

On Nov. 5 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 32 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 17 strikes engaged one tactical unit, and destroyed one supply route, one weapons cache, one tunnel, three buildings, two command and control centers, four fighting positions, eight staging areas, eight mortars and one observation point.

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

On Nov. 4, 2018 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 30 military strikes consisting of 71 engagements against ISIS targets.

• Near Hajin, 30 strikes engaged 49 tactical units, and destroyed seven supply routes, 19 mortars, 13 fighting positions, one bed down location and seven staging areas.

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

On Nov. 2 and Oct. 30, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of five engagements in Iraq
that were not reported in the previous releases:
• On Nov. 2, near Khanukah mountains, two military strikes consisting of three engagements destroyed two caves and one bed down location.

• On Oct. 30, near Khanukah mountains, one military strike consisting of two engagements destroyed two buildings.

 

November 5th – November 6th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes  (14,348 – 14,348)
Syria 17 strikes (16,408 – 16,424)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

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

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

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

Weekly Strike Summary

Between Nov. 4 and Nov. 10, CJTF-OIR coalition military forces conducted 150 strikes consisting of 331 engagements in Syria.

On Nov. 10 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 23 strikes consisting of 36 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 23 strikes destroyed two command and control centers, one IED facility, one logistic facility, five buildings, four tunnels, two staging areas, six supply routes, one fighting position and one UAS launch site.

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

On Nov. 9 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 19 strikes consisting of 46 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged 15 tactical units, and destroyed six buildings, three tunnels, two command and control centers, one observation point, one vehicle borne IED, three supply routes and two weapons caches.

On Nov. 9 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS targets.
• Near Lake Qadisiyyah, one strike damaged one weapons cache.

On Nov. 8 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 49 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged three tactical units, destroyed two command and control centers, two buildings, one observation point, four supply routes, one fighting position, five weapons caches, three tunnels and one staging area.

On Nov. 8 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against ISIS
targets.
• Near Jazeerah desert, two strikes destroyed one building and one cave.

On Nov. 7 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 25 strikes consisting of 48 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 25 strikes engaged four tactical units, and destroyed two weapons caches, four tunnels, four staging areas, four command and control centers, three fighting positions, one vehicle borne IED, one building, eight mortars, one IED facility and three supply routes.

On Nov. 7 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS
targets.
• Near Lake Hamrin, one strike destroyed one building.

On Nov. 6 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 15 strikes consisting of 45 engagements against an ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 15 strikes destroyed seven supply routes, two fighting positions, two buildings, two mortars, one firing position, one staging area, two weapons caches, two observation points and three tunnels.

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

On Nov. 5 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 32 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 17 strikes engaged one tactical unit, and destroyed one supply route, one weapons cache, one tunnel, three buildings, two command and control centers, four fighting positions, eight staging areas, eight mortars and one observation point.

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

On Nov. 4, 2018 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 30 military strikes consisting of 71 engagements against ISIS targets.

• Near Hajin, 30 strikes engaged 49 tactical units, and destroyed seven supply routes, 19 mortars, 13 fighting positions, one bed down location and seven staging areas.

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

On Nov. 2 and Oct. 30, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of five engagements in Iraq
that were not reported in the previous releases:
• On Nov. 2, near Khanukah mountains, two military strikes consisting of three engagements destroyed two caves and one bed down location.

• On Oct. 30, near Khanukah mountains, one military strike consisting of two engagements destroyed two buildings.

 

November 6th – November 7th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes  (14,348 – 14,348)
Syria 15 strikes (16,425 – 16,439)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

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

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

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

Weekly Strike Summary

Between Nov. 4 and Nov. 10, CJTF-OIR coalition military forces conducted 150 strikes consisting of 331 engagements in Syria.

On Nov. 10 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 23 strikes consisting of 36 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 23 strikes destroyed two command and control centers, one IED facility, one logistic facility, five buildings, four tunnels, two staging areas, six supply routes, one fighting position and one UAS launch site.

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

On Nov. 9 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 19 strikes consisting of 46 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged 15 tactical units, and destroyed six buildings, three tunnels, two command and control centers, one observation point, one vehicle borne IED, three supply routes and two weapons caches.

On Nov. 9 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS targets.
• Near Lake Qadisiyyah, one strike damaged one weapons cache.

On Nov. 8 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 49 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged three tactical units, destroyed two command and control centers, two buildings, one observation point, four supply routes, one fighting position, five weapons caches, three tunnels and one staging area.

On Nov. 8 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against ISIS
targets.
• Near Jazeerah desert, two strikes destroyed one building and one cave.

On Nov. 7 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 25 strikes consisting of 48 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 25 strikes engaged four tactical units, and destroyed two weapons caches, four tunnels, four staging areas, four command and control centers, three fighting positions, one vehicle borne IED, one building, eight mortars, one IED facility and three supply routes.

On Nov. 7 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS
targets.
• Near Lake Hamrin, one strike destroyed one building.

On Nov. 6 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 15 strikes consisting of 45 engagements against an ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 15 strikes destroyed seven supply routes, two fighting positions, two buildings, two mortars, one firing position, one staging area, two weapons caches, two observation points and three tunnels.

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

On Nov. 5 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 32 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 17 strikes engaged one tactical unit, and destroyed one supply route, one weapons cache, one tunnel, three buildings, two command and control centers, four fighting positions, eight staging areas, eight mortars and one observation point.

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

On Nov. 4, 2018 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 30 military strikes consisting of 71 engagements against ISIS targets.

• Near Hajin, 30 strikes engaged 49 tactical units, and destroyed seven supply routes, 19 mortars, 13 fighting positions, one bed down location and seven staging areas.

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

On Nov. 2 and Oct. 30, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of five engagements in Iraq
that were not reported in the previous releases:
• On Nov. 2, near Khanukah mountains, two military strikes consisting of three engagements destroyed two caves and one bed down location.

• On Oct. 30, near Khanukah mountains, one military strike consisting of two engagements destroyed two buildings.

 

November 7th – November 8th 2018
Iraq 1 strike  (14,349 – 14,349)
Syria 25 strikes (16,440 – 16,464)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

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

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

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

Weekly Strike Summary

Between Nov. 4 and Nov. 10, CJTF-OIR coalition military forces conducted 150 strikes consisting of 331 engagements in Syria.

On Nov. 10 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 23 strikes consisting of 36 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 23 strikes destroyed two command and control centers, one IED facility, one logistic facility, five buildings, four tunnels, two staging areas, six supply routes, one fighting position and one UAS launch site.

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

On Nov. 9 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 19 strikes consisting of 46 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged 15 tactical units, and destroyed six buildings, three tunnels, two command and control centers, one observation point, one vehicle borne IED, three supply routes and two weapons caches.

On Nov. 9 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS targets.
• Near Lake Qadisiyyah, one strike damaged one weapons cache.

On Nov. 8 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 49 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged three tactical units, destroyed two command and control centers, two buildings, one observation point, four supply routes, one fighting position, five weapons caches, three tunnels and one staging area.

On Nov. 8 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against ISIS
targets.
• Near Jazeerah desert, two strikes destroyed one building and one cave.

On Nov. 7 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 25 strikes consisting of 48 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 25 strikes engaged four tactical units, and destroyed two weapons caches, four tunnels, four staging areas, four command and control centers, three fighting positions, one vehicle borne IED, one building, eight mortars, one IED facility and three supply routes.

On Nov. 7 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS
targets.
• Near Lake Hamrin, one strike destroyed one building.

On Nov. 6 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 15 strikes consisting of 45 engagements against an ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 15 strikes destroyed seven supply routes, two fighting positions, two buildings, two mortars, one firing position, one staging area, two weapons caches, two observation points and three tunnels.

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

On Nov. 5 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 32 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 17 strikes engaged one tactical unit, and destroyed one supply route, one weapons cache, one tunnel, three buildings, two command and control centers, four fighting positions, eight staging areas, eight mortars and one observation point.

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

On Nov. 4, 2018 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 30 military strikes consisting of 71 engagements against ISIS targets.

• Near Hajin, 30 strikes engaged 49 tactical units, and destroyed seven supply routes, 19 mortars, 13 fighting positions, one bed down location and seven staging areas.

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

On Nov. 2 and Oct. 30, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of five engagements in Iraq
that were not reported in the previous releases:
• On Nov. 2, near Khanukah mountains, two military strikes consisting of three engagements destroyed two caves and one bed down location.

• On Oct. 30, near Khanukah mountains, one military strike consisting of two engagements destroyed two buildings.

 

November 8th – November 9th 2018
Iraq 2 strikes  (14,350 – 14,351)
Syria 17 strikes (16,465 – 16,481)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

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

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

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

Weekly Strike Summary

Between Nov. 4 and Nov. 10, CJTF-OIR coalition military forces conducted 150 strikes consisting of 331 engagements in Syria.

On Nov. 10 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 23 strikes consisting of 36 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 23 strikes destroyed two command and control centers, one IED facility, one logistic facility, five buildings, four tunnels, two staging areas, six supply routes, one fighting position and one UAS launch site.

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

On Nov. 9 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 19 strikes consisting of 46 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged 15 tactical units, and destroyed six buildings, three tunnels, two command and control centers, one observation point, one vehicle borne IED, three supply routes and two weapons caches.

On Nov. 9 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS targets.
• Near Lake Qadisiyyah, one strike damaged one weapons cache.

On Nov. 8 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 49 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged three tactical units, destroyed two command and control centers, two buildings, one observation point, four supply routes, one fighting position, five weapons caches, three tunnels and one staging area.

On Nov. 8 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against ISIS
targets.
• Near Jazeerah desert, two strikes destroyed one building and one cave.

On Nov. 7 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 25 strikes consisting of 48 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 25 strikes engaged four tactical units, and destroyed two weapons caches, four tunnels, four staging areas, four command and control centers, three fighting positions, one vehicle borne IED, one building, eight mortars, one IED facility and three supply routes.

On Nov. 7 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS
targets.
• Near Lake Hamrin, one strike destroyed one building.

On Nov. 6 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 15 strikes consisting of 45 engagements against an ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 15 strikes destroyed seven supply routes, two fighting positions, two buildings, two mortars, one firing position, one staging area, two weapons caches, two observation points and three tunnels.

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

On Nov. 5 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 32 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 17 strikes engaged one tactical unit, and destroyed one supply route, one weapons cache, one tunnel, three buildings, two command and control centers, four fighting positions, eight staging areas, eight mortars and one observation point.

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

On Nov. 4, 2018 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 30 military strikes consisting of 71 engagements against ISIS targets.

• Near Hajin, 30 strikes engaged 49 tactical units, and destroyed seven supply routes, 19 mortars, 13 fighting positions, one bed down location and seven staging areas.

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

On Nov. 2 and Oct. 30, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of five engagements in Iraq
that were not reported in the previous releases:
• On Nov. 2, near Khanukah mountains, two military strikes consisting of three engagements destroyed two caves and one bed down location.

• On Oct. 30, near Khanukah mountains, one military strike consisting of two engagements destroyed two buildings.

 

November 9th – November 10th 2018
Iraq 1 strike  (14,352 – 14,352)
Syria 19 strikes (16,482  – 16,500)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

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

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

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

Weekly Strike Summary

Between Nov. 4 and Nov. 10, CJTF-OIR coalition military forces conducted 150 strikes consisting of 331 engagements in Syria.

On Nov. 10 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 23 strikes consisting of 36 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 23 strikes destroyed two command and control centers, one IED facility, one logistic facility, five buildings, four tunnels, two staging areas, six supply routes, one fighting position and one UAS launch site.

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

On Nov. 9 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 19 strikes consisting of 46 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged 15 tactical units, and destroyed six buildings, three tunnels, two command and control centers, one observation point, one vehicle borne IED, three supply routes and two weapons caches.

On Nov. 9 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS targets.
• Near Lake Qadisiyyah, one strike damaged one weapons cache.

On Nov. 8 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 49 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged three tactical units, destroyed two command and control centers, two buildings, one observation point, four supply routes, one fighting position, five weapons caches, three tunnels and one staging area.

On Nov. 8 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against ISIS
targets.
• Near Jazeerah desert, two strikes destroyed one building and one cave.

On Nov. 7 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 25 strikes consisting of 48 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 25 strikes engaged four tactical units, and destroyed two weapons caches, four tunnels, four staging areas, four command and control centers, three fighting positions, one vehicle borne IED, one building, eight mortars, one IED facility and three supply routes.

On Nov. 7 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS
targets.
• Near Lake Hamrin, one strike destroyed one building.

On Nov. 6 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 15 strikes consisting of 45 engagements against an ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 15 strikes destroyed seven supply routes, two fighting positions, two buildings, two mortars, one firing position, one staging area, two weapons caches, two observation points and three tunnels.

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

On Nov. 5 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 32 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 17 strikes engaged one tactical unit, and destroyed one supply route, one weapons cache, one tunnel, three buildings, two command and control centers, four fighting positions, eight staging areas, eight mortars and one observation point.

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

On Nov. 4, 2018 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 30 military strikes consisting of 71 engagements against ISIS targets.

• Near Hajin, 30 strikes engaged 49 tactical units, and destroyed seven supply routes, 19 mortars, 13 fighting positions, one bed down location and seven staging areas.

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

On Nov. 2 and Oct. 30, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of five engagements in Iraq
that were not reported in the previous releases:
• On Nov. 2, near Khanukah mountains, two military strikes consisting of three engagements destroyed two caves and one bed down location.

• On Oct. 30, near Khanukah mountains, one military strike consisting of two engagements destroyed two buildings.

 

November 10th – November 11th 2018
Iraq 0 strikes  (14,352 – 14,352)
Syria 23 strikes (16,501  – 16,523)
Confirmed actions: US

From CJTFOIR:

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

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

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

Weekly Strike Summary

Between Nov. 4 and Nov. 10, CJTF-OIR coalition military forces conducted 150 strikes consisting of 331 engagements in Syria.

On Nov. 10 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 23 strikes consisting of 36 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 23 strikes destroyed two command and control centers, one IED facility, one logistic facility, five buildings, four tunnels, two staging areas, six supply routes, one fighting position and one UAS launch site.

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

On Nov. 9 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 19 strikes consisting of 46 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged 15 tactical units, and destroyed six buildings, three tunnels, two command and control centers, one observation point, one vehicle borne IED, three supply routes and two weapons caches.

On Nov. 9 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS targets.
• Near Lake Qadisiyyah, one strike damaged one weapons cache.

On Nov. 8 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 49 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 19 strikes engaged three tactical units, destroyed two command and control centers, two buildings, one observation point, four supply routes, one fighting position, five weapons caches, three tunnels and one staging area.

On Nov. 8 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted two strikes consisting of two engagements against ISIS
targets.
• Near Jazeerah desert, two strikes destroyed one building and one cave.

On Nov. 7 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 25 strikes consisting of 48 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 25 strikes engaged four tactical units, and destroyed two weapons caches, four tunnels, four staging areas, four command and control centers, three fighting positions, one vehicle borne IED, one building, eight mortars, one IED facility and three supply routes.

On Nov. 7 in Iraq, coalition military forces conducted one strike consisting of one engagement against ISIS
targets.
• Near Lake Hamrin, one strike destroyed one building.

On Nov. 6 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 15 strikes consisting of 45 engagements against an ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 15 strikes destroyed seven supply routes, two fighting positions, two buildings, two mortars, one firing position, one staging area, two weapons caches, two observation points and three tunnels.

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

On Nov. 5 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 17 strikes consisting of 32 engagements against ISIS targets.
• Near Hajin, 17 strikes engaged one tactical unit, and destroyed one supply route, one weapons cache, one tunnel, three buildings, two command and control centers, four fighting positions, eight staging areas, eight mortars and one observation point.

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

On Nov. 4, 2018 in Syria, coalition military forces conducted 30 military strikes consisting of 71 engagements against ISIS targets.

• Near Hajin, 30 strikes engaged 49 tactical units, and destroyed seven supply routes, 19 mortars, 13 fighting positions, one bed down location and seven staging areas.

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

On Nov. 2 and Oct. 30, Coalition military forces conducted three strikes consisting of five engagements in Iraq
that were not reported in the previous releases:
• On Nov. 2, near Khanukah mountains, two military strikes consisting of three engagements destroyed two caves and one bed down location.

• On Oct. 30, near Khanukah mountains, one military strike consisting of two engagements destroyed two buildings.

Update from French MoD on November 15th:

[From Nov 7th – 13th, France reports that the three CAESAR guns carried out 49 ‘fire’ missions from the Iraqi territory – 35 illumination, 14 destruction. Aircraft conducted 18 sorties and 1 strike in support of forces on the ground in Syria.]

CHAMMAL

SITUATION MILITAIRE DU THEATRE
  • Offensive contre les dernières poches de Daech en Syrie
L’opération pour reprendre la poche d’Hajine dans la moyenne vallée de l’Euphrate, lancée le 10 septembre, marque actuellement un temps d’arrêt. Les forces démocratiques syriennes se réorganisent et consolident leurs positions avant de relancer leur offensive.
  • Poursuite des actions de sécurisation en Irak

En Irak, les opérations de sécurisation des forces de sécurité irakiennes (FSI) se poursuivent, avec un renforcement à la frontière irako-syrienne. Si Daech a perdu ses capacités militaires, l’organisation terroriste conserve une capacité de nuisance, notamment dans la région du plateau d’Hawija.

ACTIVITE DE LA FORCE
Le dispositif français déployé au Levant n’a pas évolué de manière significative.
  • 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 (TF) Wagram appuie l’offensive des forces démocratiques syriennes contre Daech dans la région d’Hajine.
Les trois canons CAESAR ont réalisé, depuis le territoire irakien, 49 missions de tir (35 éclairement, 14 destruction – bilan du 7 au 13 novembre inclus).
Depuis le début de son engagement, la Task Force Wagram a réalisé 2101 missions de tirs.
  • Les Task Forces Monsabert et Narvik poursuivent leurs missions de formation
La TF Monsabert poursuit sa mission d’instruction de la 6ème division irakienne. Elle conseille l’état-major de cette division et, ponctuellement, les brigades qui lui sont subordonnées. Ainsi, du 5 au 11 novembre, un groupe d’instructeurs s’est rendu au poste de commandement de la 24ème brigade pour former pour former 20 stagiaires irakiens aux techniques du combat urbain.
La TF Narvik forme et conseille les membres de l’Iraki Counter Terrorism Service (ICTS). Elle dispense actuellement des instructions au combat débarqué et au recueil de renseignement.
  • Les bases aériennes en Jordanie et aux EAU en appui des opérations
Au sein de la coalition, les aéronefs français basés en Jordanie et aux Émirats arabes unis poursuivent leurs actions contre Daech.
Cette semaine, les aéronefs de l’opération Chammal ont réalisé 18 sorties aériennes (bilan du 7 au 13 novembre inclus) et conduit 1 frappe, en appui des FDS en Syrie.
Bilan total de l’action du pilier appui aérien depuis le 19/09/14 :
8636 sorties / 1479 frappes / 2278 objectifs neutralises.’