Comes off as a condescending prick
The U.S. retaliated with airstrikes on targets linked to Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps in the area, according to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.
“'The Iranian regime now holds the largest and most capable unmanned aerial vehicle force in the region,' he said.
U.S. forces entered Syria in 2015, backing allied forces in their fight against the Islamic State group. The U.S. still maintains the base near Hasakah in northeast Syria where Thursday’s drone strike happened.
There are roughly 900 U.S. troops, and even more contractors, in Syria, including in the north and farther south and east.'"
Isn't that more than the residual training forces that were left in Iraq?