Mattis bombs ISIS to pieces on his first day

 
Mattis bombs ISIS to pieces on his first day
After years of having to endure an US Administration who would not even recognise what kind of strange ideology ISIS is operating off of, who indirectly or directly supplied the jihadists with arms, the real fight against the terrorist organisation has finally begun.

READ: Obama on the ISIS' burning pilot video: "Whatever ideology they're operating off of…it's bankrupt."

Newly minted Secretary of Defense James Mattis celebrated his first full day at the Pentagon by overseeing 31 strikes against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, reports the Daily Caller.

Mattis entered the Pentagon Saturday with a smile for his first full day of work, and for good reason, considering the significant bombardment ISIS forces received.

Attack, bomber, fighter, and remotely piloted aircraft conducted 25 strikes consisting of 39 engagements in Syria, and six strikes consisting of 16 engagements in Iraq, the US Department of Defense writes on its website.

READ: Obama’s ISIS Strategy Doesn’t Have ‘A Snowball’s Chance In Hell Of Succeeding’

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