U.S Air Force Destroys ISL Command Post From Social Media

The Air Force Times reported that a social media post led to the destruction of an Islamic State command post.
Gen. Hawk Carlisle, commander of the Air Force’s Air Combat Command, revealed the terrorist’s blunder gave Florida airmen enough information to locate, identify, and strike the target.
Carlisle added that the airmen tracking terrorist social media activity found the particular post over the course of their work.
The Air Force personnel at Hurlburt air field focused their efforts on locating the command building; revealed to be the Daesh group of ISIL, leading to an air strike with 22 hours.
The general said, "it was incredible work, and incredible airmen doing this sort of thing."