BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:15 P.M.) – The US Navy’s airborne strike group, led by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier U.S.S. Harry S. Truman, entered the eastern Mediterranean region last Sunday to again take part in the operation against the Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists in both Syria and Iraq, the official website of the Navy said.

“To support air strikes, an aircraft strike group led by Harry S. Truman returned to fight ISIS. This sends a powerful signal to our partners that we are committed to maintaining peace and security in the region and everywhere that there is a threat of terrorism,” Rear Admiral Eugene Black stated in a message on the website.

Previously, the American media, Defense News in particular, reported that the aircraft carrier and other ships accompanying it could stay in the Mediterranean for a long time to counter the “challenges” from Russia and the PRC, but the Pentagon did not confirm such information.

The U.S.S. Harry S. Truman was the ship that carried out the U.S.’ attack against the Syrian government.

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total defeat in syria is staring at the faces of bankrupt zionited states of ameritards – and their peasized brains fail to process that

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At least they’re not having half their population with water shortage…

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hilarious kike daeshbags repeating whatever his father nutteryahoo says

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Now that the Tomahawk’s failed….perhaps they are testing a new one instead?

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If you analyse the 2 cruise missiles “attacks”, only the 2nd failed as Jaysh al-Islam ‘leader’ Islam Alloush understood these were bullshït strikes tailored to make militants believing they’d get western military support without affecting SAA combat capabilities at all, so the Alloush hallouf resigned and flee with the group’s money… This is very bad : the goal is to have SAA, SyAAF and VKS exterminating all the shithadists while if they’re not Qaedans or Daeshbags, it poses legal and diplomatic problems for westerners. There are way more modern things than 70’s Tomhawks fr a while. Those launched were soon… Read more »

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They are of going back to fight ISIS they are back to help them.

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Except that the Tomahawk attacks came from Arleigh Burke-class destroyer-ships, not from any aircraft carrier which is not equipped with cruise missiles…