Australia will reportedly resume its air operations against positions of ISIS terrorists in Syria.
“It won’t be long before you start to see the operations again,” Australian Defense Force Chief Mark Binskin told on Wednesday. The official did not elaborate on the exact date.
The defense chief’s announcement comes just one day after Australia’s Defense Department confirmed that six F/A-18F Super Hornets based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) had been suspended from Syrian operations.
According to Binskin, operations were halted while Australians determined what was happening in the “complex piece of airspace” over Syria.