On board the USS John C. Stennis– By landing on the cockpit of this nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, you can hear the roar of fighter planes taking off. The Stennis looks every inch of its 4.5 acres – a warship at war.
Despite President Trump's advance, the F-18 fighter aircraft launched airstrikes of Taliban targets in Afghanistan toward positions of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria declaration of victory and discussion on withdrawal of troops of every 2,000 soldiers in Syria.
"We defeated the Islamic State, beat them and beat them badly, took over the land, and now is the time for our troops to return home," he said.
But the group's commander said the Stennis did not let go.
"It does not change our tactics, we have missions to accomplish and we fill them," said Rear-Admiral Michael Wettlaufer. "Since we arrived, our pace has been rather stable."