Transcript for Russia Claims to Have Destroyed ISIS Weapons Depots
All right, George. Now we'll move on and talk about what's happening in Iraq. That's where the fight is really being taken to Isis and our Martha Raddatz is there with that side of the story. Good morning, Martha. Reporter: Good morning, robin. These bullet-riddled humvees are all American made given to Iraqi security forces when we left, they were then stolen by Isis and recovered by kurdish forces. That's what's happening on the ground here in Iraq while those air strikes continue. Day four of withering air strikes on Isis targets in Syria, Russian aircraft flying 65 bombing runs claiming to have destroyed numerous Isis weapons depots, command centers and rows of oil tankers, the oil used to fund their war chest. This as the French aircraft carrier "Charles de gaulle" moves closer to the Syrian coast. French fighter jets focusing their sights on Isis training camps and command centers. Here in Iraq, where the U.S. Has been conducting thousands of air strikes and in Syria, the U.S. Military expressing concern Wednesday over Russia's tactics, a military spokesman calling those large-scale missions with so-called dumb bombs antiquated suggesting the Russian strikes show little regard for civilians below. The U.S. Top military adviser general Joseph dunnford defending the more discriminate national U.S. Approach saying they're very careful in terms of civilian casualties and that he will not apologize for that. Whatever happens with those Russian air strikes, the forces here want all of the air strikes to continue and intensify. Robin and George. All right, Martha, thank you.
This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.