US Special Forces Helping Philippines Military Pound ISIS

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June 11, 2017  by Jonah Bennett

U.S. special forces are now assisting the Philippines military in the battle against Islamic State fighters after militants seized the city of Marawi.

These forces have been deployed at the request of the Philippine government to help take Marawi back, to prevent the terror group from gaining a hold in the country. However, the U.S. will refrain from ground fighting, Reuters reports.

U.S. forces are limited to technical support at this time and surveillance aircraft, particularly the P-3C Orion and RQ-20 Puma Unmanned Aerial Vehicle.

So far, dozens of government troops and ISIS militants have died fighting for control over Marawi. Thirteen Philippines Marines died in combat Friday. When ISIS-loyal militants from terror groups Abu Sayyaf and Maute seized Marawi in May, they burned down churches, schools and butchered Christians. They then released a shocking image of the executions.

Despite airstrikes, the Philippines military…

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