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The US deploys tanks in Syria to protect troops after the resurgence of ISIS and the Russian ram incident

The US has deployed armored vehicles in Syria and an aircraft carrier has been stationed in the Gulf to protect US forces after soldiers were injured by a Russian military patrol last month and fears of a resurgence of ISIS are growing.

According to a coalition spokesman, the army sent Bradley combat vehicles to Northeast Syria to provide troops with fighter protection in the ongoing mission to defeat Islamic State.

The aircraft carrier USS Nimitz also entered the Persian Gulf on Friday along with two guided missile cruisers to fly missions over Syria and Iraq and protect troops stationed in the region.

America’s expansion of its military presence in Syria comes after ISIS claimed about 100 attacks in Iraq in August alone, raising concerns about the terrorist group.

This is despite the fact that Donald Trump claimed in October that he had ‘defeated 100% of the ISIS caliphate’ and this week insisted that US troops are ‘out’ of Syria.

The US has deployed armored vehicles in Syria and an aircraft carrier has been stationed in the Gulf to protect US forces after soldiers were injured by a Russian military patrol last month and fears of a resurgence of ISIS are growing. Pictured Bradleys arriving in Syria Friday

The US has deployed armored vehicles to Syria and an aircraft carrier has been stationed in the Gulf to protect US forces after soldiers were injured by a Russian military patrol last month and fears of a resurgence of ISIS are growing. Pictured Bradleys arriving in Syria Friday

Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) spokesman Colonel Wayne Marotto tweeted Friday that Bradleys – armored personnel carriers – had been drafted into northeastern Syria as part of the fight against Daesh.

“The @coalition continues to support our partners who are bringing the fight to Daesh,” Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) spokesman Colonel Wayne Marotto wrote on Twitter.

“Positioning M2A2 Bradley’s in Northeast Syria will support the ongoing mission to #DefeatDaesh.”

Six Bradley vehicles, about 100 troops and some Sentinel radar systems arrived in Syria on Friday, while there will also be an increase in combat air patrols with US fighter jets and drones.

The last time Bradleys were sent to Syria was in October, when they were deployed to help the Syrian Democratic Forces defeat ISIS.

Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) spokesman Colonel Wayne Marotto tweeted Friday that Bradleys had been drafted into Northeast Syria as part of the fight against Daesh

Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) spokesman Colonel Wayne Marotto tweeted Friday that Bradleys had been drafted into Northeast Syria as part of the fight against Daesh

Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) spokesman Colonel Wayne Marotto tweeted Friday that Bradleys had been drafted into Northeast Syria as part of the fight against Daesh

Hours before being called up on Friday, the USS Nimitz entered the Persian Gulf to fly missions over Syria and Iraq to provide additional protection for US forces.

Hours before being called up on Friday, the USS Nimitz entered the Persian Gulf to fly missions over Syria and Iraq to provide additional protection for US forces.

Hours before being called up on Friday, the USS Nimitz entered the Persian Gulf to fly missions over Syria and Iraq to provide additional protection for US forces.

The arrival of the military forces is because fears are growing that ISIS is building another stronghold in the region after last month's attacks.

The arrival of the military forces is because fears are growing that ISIS is building another stronghold in the region after last month's attacks.

The arrival of the military forces is because fears are growing that ISIS is building another stronghold in the region after last month’s attacks.

Hours before being called up on Friday, the USS Nimitz entered the Persian Gulf to fly missions over Syria and Iraq to provide additional protection for US forces.

This is because fears are growing that ISIS is building another stronghold in the region and poses a growing threat on both domestic and foreign territory, following the wave of attacks last month.

According to the Terrorism Research and Analysis Consortium, about 100 Islamic State attacks took place in Iraq in August, an increase of 25 percent from July.

In October, Donald Trump claimed his administration had “defeated” ISIS.

After I defeated 100% of the ISIS caliphate, I moved most of our troops out of Syria. Let Syria and Assad protect the Kurds and fight against Turkey for their own country, ” he tweeted.

“I said to my generals, why should we fight for Syria?”

On Friday, Trump also told reporters in the White House that troops were “out” of Syria.

‘We are outside of Syria, except we kept the oil. I saved the oil. We have troops guarding the oil. We are also from Syria, ”he said.

About 60,000 US troops are still deployed to the Middle East even after 2,000 returned from Iraq at the end of the month and as another 100 were sent to Syria on Friday.

In August, a Russian military vehicle deliberately rammed into the vehicle US forces were driving after a thrilling high-speed clash near Dayrick, in northeastern Syria.

In August, a Russian military vehicle deliberately rammed into the vehicle US forces were driving after a thrilling high-speed clash near Dayrick, in northeastern Syria.

In August, a Russian military vehicle deliberately rammed into the vehicle US forces were driving after a thrilling high-speed clash near Dayrick, in northeastern Syria.

In addition to a growing threat from the Islamic State, tensions have also increased this year between US forces and Russian forces in eastern Syria, including a recent vehicle collision that left four US military personnel injured.

In August, a Russian military vehicle deliberately rammed into the vehicle US forces were driving after a thrilling high-speed clash near Dayrick, in northeastern Syria.

The American military was diagnosed with mild concussion-like symptoms after the incident.

While there have been several other recent incidents between the US and Russian forces all patrolling eastern Syria, officials described this as the most serious.

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