The compound occupied by ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
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WASHINGTON — The Pentagon on Wednesday launched the primary pictures and movies of final week’s U.S. army mission that led to the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
“The operation was exquisitely deliberate and executed,” Marine Corps Gen. Ken McKenzie, commander of U.S. Central Command, stated throughout a press briefing on the Pentagon.
“We’re below no illusions that ISIS goes to go away as a result of we killed Baghdadi. It’ll stay,” stated McKenzie, who oversaw the mission. “They are going to be harmful, and we suspect that they are going to strive some type of retribution assault, and we’re postured and ready for that.”
Equally, Secretary of Protection Mark Esper stated Monday on the Pentagon that Baghdadi’s demise would ship a forceful message to terrorists.
“Baghdadi’s demise won’t rid the world of terrorism or finish the continuing battle in Syria, however it should definitely ship a message to those that query America’s…