Latest Airstrikes Target One of ISIS' Main Sources of Income

Martha Raddatz discusses the latest strikes against the terror group inside Syria.
1:15 | 09/25/14

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Thank goodness for the deputy. And now the war on Isis, a new wave of air strikes overnight taking out one of the main sources of income for the group. Martha Raddatz is on the ussh.w. Bush. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning, the fight operations on the uss bush have been constant, f-18 fighters heading for Syria and Iraq at all hours of the night. Last night and yesterday the targets were oil refineries. Mobile oil refineries that aye cities is now controlling. 12 were targeted. Isis makes at least $2 million a day on these oil refineries, fueling their own vehicle and selling the oil to fund the Isis organization. In the coming days, the targets will be either planned large-scale attacks or targets of opportunity. Meaning if a pilot is patrolling the skies above Iraq or Syria and sees an Isis target like a convoy or a training camp, that pilot, that airplane, will take it out. George. This war is taking place on many fronts. It certainly is, thank you.

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