Interdicting ISIS – the impact of missile attacks on the jihadist group

03 Feb 2017 Jane's Editorial Staff

The conflict against ISIS in both Iraq and Syria has provided a fertile ground for delivering a wide range of air-launched weapons.

Nations from France, USA, UK, and of course Russia have come to the conflict with their own inventory of weapons, from completely unguided to precision, but consistently attracting headlines depending on the writer's stand-point.

Campaigns against Islamic State have reduced territory under their control by 34% and revenue by 62% since height of expansion in mid-2015.