Friday, September 26, 2014

Female Pilot Leads Airstrikes Against ISIS

FOX News can confirm that the first female pilot for the UAE served as the team leader in the U.S. led coalition airstrikes against ISIS in Syria.

Major Mariam Al Mansouri is the first woman to join the Emirati Air Force—a dream she has held since she was a teenager.  She graduated from the academy in 2008 and now serves as a squadron commander, piloting F-16 fighter jets.

Al Mansouri, 35, is the first woman from an Arab nation to fly a mission-- dropping bombs on Sunni terrorists.

The United States and five Arab allies, including Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates, launched a series of airstrikes against ISIS targets inside Syria.


  1. Geronimo,these ISIS terrorists are like the Taliban,only thing is they are much worse. They acted like crazy fanatics or babarians.For these crazies or babarians to have a woman pilot bombed them is like for them lying down being tortured,helpless,faces up been peed by women standing above them and drowning in urine before meeting their makers.And when they finally met their makers,they will be greeted by 72 studs (kudas or lembus) instead of 72 virgins.Serves these babarians right and proper.

  2. Bruno, you sure got a way with describing those demonic characters. Yes, one thing for sure, they will not be going to Paradise any time sooner.