Sally Jones killed in Syria by US drone based in Nevada

Daily Mail 

The front-line of the stuggle to take out ISIS' most deadly fighters and recruiters like the infamous'White Widow' Sally Jones isn't waged on the battle fields of Syria or Iraq but from an air-conditioned trailer in the middle of the Nevada desert. The front-line of the stuggle to take out ISIS' most deadly fighters and recruiters isn't waged on the battle fields of Syria or Iraq but from an air-conditioned trailer (pictured) in the middle of the Nevada desert And it is a pilot at this base who is said to have remotely taken out the British ISIS recruiter Sally Jones. 'When it comes to fighting our nation's wars… I think it would be hard to find a base in the United States Air Force in the continental United States that is more engaged… defending America every single day,' said commander Case Cunningham (pictured) Since 2001, Creech Air Force base (pictured) has become the hub for remotely piloted combat missions in the Middle East and crews there handle nearly half of all the Air Force's global drone flights on any given day Since 2001, Creech has become the hub for remotely piloted combat missions in the Middle East and crews there handle nearly half of all the Air Force's global drone flights on any given day. 'When it comes to fighting our nation's wars… I think it would be hard to find a base in the United States Air Force in the continental United States that is more engaged… defending America every single day,' commander Case Cunningham told the Review-Journal earlier this year.