Strike Fighters: British Warplanes Join Fight Against ISIS

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SYRIA-IRAQ -- British warplanes are gearing up to join the U.S. led coalition. Their mission: Help take down ISIS.

"We should be frank -- there already is a military taking place. We have to decide if we’re going to support them, and I believe that we should," British Prime Minister David Cameron explained.

After a day–long debate, Britain declared war against the terrorist group, making the anti-ISIS union even larger.

At least half a dozen of tornado fighter bombers are expected to produce airstrikes, adding even more ammunition to the 200-strikes that have already been carried out by the U.S. and France.

Although it’s not clear if the attacks have even crippled the most powerful terrorist group to date, it is clear that everything is being done to bring their violent reign to an end.