US military aircraft hit in S. Sudan

A SPLA-N fighter sits with an anti-aircraft weapon near Jebel Kwo village in the rebel-held territory of the Nuba Mountains in South KordofanRebel fire hit two U.S. military aircraft responding to the outbreak in violence in South Sudan on Saturday, wounding three U.S. service members and heavily damaging at least one of the aircraft, officials said. South Sudan blamed the attack on renegade troops in control of the breakaway region.

Continue to the original source »

About TCS News

TCS News was founded to support the principles of conservative Americans. We provide regular news articles, opinions and discussion related to current issues.