Full beast mode.
The United States still refuses to coordinate airstrikes against ISIS with Russia — but it doesn't even matter at this point: Russia has gone full beast mode. Over the last 48 hours, Russia has destroyed a fleet of 500 ISIS trucks used to smuggle oil out of Syria. But that's just a fraction of the world of pain that Putin has rained down on them:
355 [targets] were destroyed in the countryside of Aleppo, Idleb, Raqqa and Dir Ezzor during the last 48 hours.
“The Russian air force, in cooperation with the Syrian air force, carried out 186 sorties against ISIS sites in Syria,” Syria news agency reported.
It added 26 command-centers, 35 depots, 28 fortified sites, 3 training camps, 8 explosive factories and 86 heavy-weapon stores were destroyed.
How long will it take Saudi Arabia/the CIA/Turkey to replace all that terrorist hardware?
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