The U.S. military's CENTCOM said that U.S. and partner forces have run over 300 operations against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, killing or capturing over 1,000 fighters.
Kurilla's comments come after CENTCOM unveiled its 2022 updates on the fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, with the command saying that U.S. and partner forces have severely disrupted and degraded the terrorist group's ability to operate. Michael Lee is a writer at Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @UAMichaelLee
The U.S. and partner forces ran 313 total operations against ISIS in Iraq and Syria in 2022, CENTCOM said, with 108 of those operations being conducted in Syria and 191 in Iraq. The operations resulted in the detention of 374 ISIS fighters in total, 215 in Syria and 159 in Iraq. A total of at least 686 fighters were also killed in 2022, 466 in Syria and at least 159 in Syria.