The U.S., along with some of its Arab allies, began bombing the stronghold of the Islamic State group in Syria early Tuesday morning.
The jet -- a Sukhoi Su-24 -- had reportedly traveled 2,600 feet west of the border into Israel before turning around.
The U.S. government warned the Syrian regime prior to launching airstrikes on ISIS strongholds in the country.
After narrowly escaping being scrapped in defense cuts, the venerable A-10 Thunderbolt will now fly in the fight against ISIS.
British journalist John Cantlie appears to narrate the second video in the Islamic State group's propaganda "lecture series."
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Airstrikes by the U.S. and several Arab allies killed at least 20 ISIS militants, but also reportedly claimed the lives of eight civilians.