After more than three years, the U.S.-led air war against the Islamic State group over Iraq and Syria may be finally coming to a close. But in a rapidly shrinking battlespace, the biggest threat may not be the enemy on the ground but other air forces engaged in the fight. Bolstered by the October liberation of Raqqah, the Islamic State’s self-proclaimed caliphate in Syria, ground forces are relentlessly squeezing the terrorist group into an ever-shrinking area. After a string of ...

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