U.S. Starts Attacking In The Middle East

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(PatriotNewsDaily.com) – In a recent move to safeguard U.S. personnel, the American military executed a precision defensive strike on a weapons cache in Syria. This operation was a direct countermeasure to the spate of hostile actions aimed at U.S. staff in both Iraq and Syria.

Deploying two F-15 jets, the U.S. targeted the Maysulun storage site in Syria’s eastern region, as confirmed by the Department of Defense. This action underscores the administration’s unwavering commitment to the protection of American forces, signifying a stern warning to any entity that threatens U.S. security or interests.

The strike’s aftermath was captured on video, illustrating the initial bombardment and the subsequent detonations. Recent months have seen U.S. and allied troops experiencing numerous assaults, with drones and rockets being the primary weapons used against them. Since mid-October, there have been 46 such incidents—24 in Iraq and 22 in Syria. Thankfully, the bulk of these attempts were thwarted by the vigilant defense systems in place, though one incident tragically resulted in the loss of an American contractor’s life. Additionally, there have been multiple injuries among the U.S. forces, including cases of traumatic brain injuries, though all personnel have resumed their duties.

These hostilities, largely targeting U.S. and coalition bases, are linked to the broader unrest in the region, notably the conflict between Israel and Hamas. The U.S. has taken a supportive stance towards Israel in this conflict.

The Pentagon has not shied away from attributing these attacks to Iranian influence, with Defense Secretary Austin explicitly holding Iran responsible for inciting such aggression. He has made it clear that while the U.S. holds no desire for conflict, it will decisively respond to any threats posed by Iranian-backed entities to ensure the safety and security of American troops.

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