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Here's What The U.S. Airstrikes On ISIS In Syria Look Like

The U.S. and partners launched dozens of strikes on terror targets in Syria Monday night. Photos and videos offered a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the offensive.

Posted on September 23, 2014, at 7:12 p.m. ET

The U.S. Central Command released videos Tuesday showing the recent U.S. airstrikes against ISIS fighters in Syria.

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The footage shows strikes being conducted on various ISIS targets, including a barracks, storage facility, and vehicle staging area.

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A U.S. Department of Defense map pinpointed the locations of Monday night's airstrikes launched across Syria.

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At least 70 ISIS fighters were killed in the strikes, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said, according to Reuters.

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Some of the strikes were launched by the U.S. military's new F-22 Raptor fighter jets, which were used in combat for the first time following a 9-year, $67 billion program, Business Week reported.

Photo shows before and after photos of target by #F22. This was the first time the F22 was used in a combat role.

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Photo shows before and after photos of target by #F22. This was the first time the F22 was used in a combat role.

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Video was also released by the U.S. Navy showing Tomahawk cruise missiles launched from warships in international waters. The missiles hit ISIS command and control facilities, storage sites, and other various structures in Syria.

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