Transcript for British Study Reports US-Led Airstrikes on ISIS Oil Facilities Have Cut Terror Group's Income
Overseas tonight into the fight against Dyson said the British government tonight now estimating that the US led air strikes on crisis oil facilities. At now cut the terror group's income by more than a third. So tonight here in ABC news exclusive. Chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz on the USS Truman in the Persian gulf where those fighter jets are taking off. She's about to give you would inside look at one of those dramatic bombing raids targeting the oil. The mission destroy the critical oil pipeline. An effort to cripple the financial resource is a a crisis we only have that thirty minute window their call signs wing and Johnny kitten after a briefing figure out. We know it gives the signs Andy's cell. Catapulted from zero to 160. Miles an hour insect. Good night vision equipment casting it eerie glow at the fighter pilot lawsuit brought into Syria with the enemy below. And it gathering storm around them before they hit their target the jets must refuel. Midair short side. Connecting with that tanker two gas some. Lightning striking all or rent. Thought the two pilots released their weapons simultaneously. Hitting the target causing a quick intense glare. We met up with the pilot seconds after landing. Safely on deck again Beisel is using that oil pipeline of the source of revenue and so that was just the stream of revenue that we wanted to turn off the heart pounding mission. A success. In the long fierce fight against crisis. Martha Raddatz ABC news aboard the USS Truman.
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