The United States military flew atomic proficient B-52 aircraft to the Middle East on Wednesday, December 30, in the midst of continuous pressures with Iran and Iranian-moved civilian armies in Iraq, just as new reports that Iran may try to fight back against the US to stamp the one-year commemoration of the robot strike that killed Gen. Qasem Soleimani, Iran’s second most impressive figure in January 2020.
As per an assertion, distributed Wednesday from US Central Command, which directs military activities in the district, the arrangement of the atomic proficient aircraft was “to underscore the US military’s obligation to local security and show a special capacity to quickly convey overpowering battle power without prior warning,”
“The United States keeps on sending battle prepared capacities into the US Central Command region of duty to discourage any possible enemy and clarify that we are prepared to react to any animosity coordinated at Americans or our inclinations,” Gen. Blunt McKenzie, the administrator of US Central Command, said in an assertion.
The planes were flown from the US. It isn’t yet known whether the US’ forceful military posing towards Iran will proceed with when Biden assumes control over the US Presidency on January 20, 2021.