[ltr]Washington ignores the role of the Iraqi Army Aviation and talking about the destruction of 200 vehicles in Rthln to Daash near Fallujah[/ltr][ltr]
Washington -arac Press -1 July: The White House announced that the strikes of the coalition led by theUnited States targeted the convoys to regulate "Daash" near the Iraqi city of Fallujah and destroyed more than 200 vehicles in an effort to help Iraqi forces to strengthen its control over theregion. He explained Josh Ernest spokesman White House spokesman told reporters, on Thursday evening, the two pilots of the coalition monitoring convoys large last night Tptaadan for Fallujah and carried out strikes against them. He added that thestrike that destroyed more than 150 vehicle in theconvoy , while the second destroyed more than 50 vehicles.
The spokesman did not knock on the participationof the Iraqi army in the Air Aldharptin other than the announcement by the Iraqi security leaders, which confirmed the wordsof the commander of the island operations , Maj . Gen. Qassim Al - Muhammadi killed 300 terrorists and the destruction of 50 wheel foiling an infiltration attempt by elements of the "Daash" western city of Ramadi.
Mohammadi said, " The army troops and the backing of the International Air Alliance and Air Force managed to kill 300 terrorists and the destruction of 50 wheel to regulate Daash 160 kilometers south of the area west of Ramadi."
And on Wednesday evening , the military said flight commander, Gen. Hamid al - Maliki said the Iraqi army aviation, managed to destroy a convoy last regulation extends to a distance of 11 km, they were quitting the force of gravel area and the Po Hui confined between the Amiriyah Fallujah and Habbaniyah and the island of Khalidiya.
He added that " the operation that killed dozens of al Daash, as well as the destruction of more than 130 wheel , " pointing out that " the air raid more than 20 Iraqi army aircraft participated. Maliki reiterated that any other party did not participate in the raid, in exile and clear to share airline alliance. Ended (1)