After ISIS launched a series of attacks in Paris, killing nearly 130 people, France responded with a surge of airstrikes against ISIS' de facto capital in Raqqa, Syria.
Russia has been conducting airstrikes in Syria for weeks now, ostensibly against ISIS.
And the U.S.? Well, some political pundits say the country isn't doing enough to fight ISIS.
In fact, the U.S. has conducted more airstrikes against ISIS in Syria and Iraq than every other coalition nation combined.
Since the U.S. and its allies have started bombing ISIS, the Pentagon says there have been 8,125 total airstrikes. Out of those, 6,353 have been from the U.S., and 1,772 have been from the rest of the coalition.
The U.S. has conducted over 2,600 airstrikes in Syria alone. The rest of the coalition? Less than 150.
So while it's easy to say the U.S. is "leading from behind" on fighting ISIS or has a "deep-seated aversion to using military force," the numbers tell a different story.