May 18, 2021

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The RAF’s new supersonic stealth jets will help wipe out ISIS in Iraq and Syria

The RAF's new supersonic stealth jets will help wipe out ISIS in Iraq and Syria

The RAF’s new range of supersonic stealth jets will help wipe out ISIS in Iraq and Syria, say the military leaders.

The F-35B Lightning IIs will operate alongside the United States Marine Corps and will be part of six warships escorting the £ 3.5 billion HMS Queen Elizabeth warship on its maiden mission.

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The RAF is ready to launch a new range of F-35B Lightning II jets to help fight IS fighters in Iraq and SyriaCredit: EPA
It arises amid growing concerns that the extremist terrorist organization is on the rise again

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It arises amid growing concerns that the extremist terrorist organization is on the rise againCredit: Alamy

The Ministry of Defense (MoD) has said that fast F35B jets, which can travel at speeds of 1,200 miles per hour, will be able to “deliver a powerful punch” against ISIS.

The announcement comes amid growing fears that the extremist group may re-emerge, with significant numbers of jihadists reported in Iraq, Syria and other locations overseas.

Last month alone, dozens of innocent people were mercilessly killed when terrorist militants broke out in the key industrial city of Palma, Africa, believed to be ISIS ‘new front line.

It included the discovery of the missing Briton, Philip Mawer.

He prompted Air Force Chief Marshal Sir Mike Wigston to argue why an offensive is now needed at the apparent heart of operations – adding that he has no doubt that “violent extremism and the toxic ideology behind it are still entrenched” in the area.

He said: “I am absolutely clear in my mind that what we do every day is making the UK’s roads safer.”

The famous “Dambusters” squadron, or 617 Squadron, is ready to operate jets to support operations against IS in Iraq and Syria.

Lightning-fast F35B jets can travel at speeds of 1,200 mph

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Lightning-fast F35B jets can travel at speeds of 1,200 mphCredit: PA: Press Association
They will accompany the £ 3.5 billion warship HMS Queen Elizabeth on her maiden mission

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They will accompany the £ 3.5 billion warship HMS Queen Elizabeth on her maiden missionCredit: Getty
The defense ministry said they will be able to

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The Defense Ministry said they will be able to “punch” ISISCredit: Alamy

In total, eight RAF and 10 US Marine Corps F35B stealth fighters will be operational aboard HMS Queen Elizabeth.

They will travel to Asia accompanied by six Royal Navy ships, a submarine, 14 naval helicopters and a company of Royal Marines.

Speaking of the upcoming operation, Sir Mike said: “We will conduct operations in support of the Iraqi government and continue to fight against them in their sanctuary.

“Otherwise they would threaten the streets of the UK and our allies.

“It’s something that air power has been doing very effectively now since 2014 and the Royal Air Force has played a considerable role in that success.”

In 2019, Gavin Williamson confirmed that feared RAF Typhoon fighters had completed a massive £ 425 million weapon upgrade, including armament with devastating Storm Shadow cruise missiles.

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He was referring to the state-of-the-art equipment of the F35B jets which includes advanced sensors, mission systems and stealth technology, enabling them to carry out intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance activities.

It was also revealed that the jets had “beast mode” capabilities, meaning the war machines are equipped with a staggering 22,000-pound firepower, including Paveway laser-guided bombs.

Armed Forces Minister James Heappey said the stealth fighters joining the fight against IS are “global Britain in action”.

He said: “The F35B Lightning jets will punch IS powerfully and help prevent them from regaining a foothold in Iraq.

“This is a prime example of the British military coming forward with our allies to address persistent threats around the world.”

RAF F-35B Lightning II stealth fighters land in the UK after crossing the Atlantic


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