Why ISIS Has Endured Fewer Airstrikes Than Saddam Hussein
Why have there been fewer airstrikes in the war against ISIS than in other U.S.-led air campaigns?By Jake Godin | July 7, 2015
"Our coalition's now hit ISIL with more than 5,000 airstrikes. We've taken out thousands of fighting positions, tanks, vehicles, bomb factories and training camps. We've eliminated thousands of fighters, including senior ISIL commanders," President Obama said during an update on the campaign against ISIS.
How do U.S.-led airstrikes against ISIS stack up against air campaigns in the past? (Video via U.S. Navy)
2003 Iraq War