Special Forces Unit of the British Army will soon launch a covert operation against the global terror organization of Islamic State in Iraq.
According to a report in the Mirror, Special Forces Unit have got the green light to resume covert parachute assaults and will soon send in Special Air Services (SAS) and Special Boat Service (SBS) commandos to support Kurdish and Iraqi troops fighting the ISIS.
The “air-troop” of the SAS is likely to spearhead the assault with other members of the regiment.
The all-clear for the attack came after the new RAF C-17 carrier successfully ended its trials.
C-17 planes will enable the commandos to land in silence at night and successfully carry out surprise attacks on the enemy.