The Pentagon on Tuesday released an image of the Syrian-based ISIS command center targeted by the first F-22 Raptors ever used in actual combat, along with a video of the successful strike. (RELATED: U.S. Uses F-22 Stealth Fighters For The First Time In Real Combat Against ISIS)
The image below shows a before and after of the ISIS command and control center located in Raqqa, and the video below shot by an unspecified aircraft shows the bombs dropped by the fifth-generation, multi-role stealth fighters hitting their target and detonating.
The F-22s, stationed at a base in the U.A.E., were used Monday night in a coalition strike against extremist fighters carried out by the U.S. and five Middle Eastern allies against ISIS and an al Qaeda base in northwestern Syria.
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