TrivanaNews – ISIS Successfully Kill US Special Forces this explanation Pentagon ISIS had killed a special forces Navy Seal, United States (US) in Tal Asquf, Iraq. Pentagon formally explain the causes, US special forces named Charles H. Keating IV, 31, it could be killed ISIS group.
A Pentagon spokesman, Peter Cook, rejected the notion “failure” of US special forces raid by the death of Keating. Cook argued, attacks ISIS (Islamic State) when it is not anticipated and should be avoided.
“Obviously, there have troops there who can see this attack coming, they will respond differently to it. Perhaps, this could have been avoided, “Cook said when answering critical questions about the ISIS attack on May 3, 2016 in Tal Asquf which” tarnished “corps Navy Seal.
TrivanaNews – ISIS Successfully Kill US Special Forces this explanation Pentagon
A spokesman for the mission “Operation Inherent Resolve” anti-ISIS coalition led by the US, Colonel Steven Warren, has received an explanation from the authority of Baghdad, that Keating had been part of a rapid reaction force.
Keating, according to Warren, highly trained armed and ISIS together to help attack the Kurdish forces.
“We think there are at least 125 enemy troops were involved quite complicated in this complex attack. So it was a great fight-one of the main the biggest we’ve seen recently, “said Warren, who called it a failed attack, as quoted by Russia Today, Friday (06/05/2016).
According to him, the Kurdish Peshmerga forces had been shocked by the fighting that killed US special forces. Warren also said that it is unclear how a great power and launched an attack can pass without hardly known.
“You can not observe every inch of the earth, at any time of the day,” said Warren. “There is not enough eyeballs out there to watch it all,” he added explaining the conditions on the battlefield.
Keating was shot and killed shortly afterwards. He became the only person to die from the US camp.
“This particular attack was not anticipated and we were forced to respond,” said Cook. “But they (Kurdish forces) did not anticipate this particular attack,” added Warren Cook who rejected claims that the incident was a failed attack.