Canada's move to stay in the Iraq/Syria air campaign — providing needed refuelling and ISR capability to the coalition
from Ottawa Citizen
The Canadian government has been considering keeping a military refuelling aircraft and Aurora surveillance planes overseas and allowing them to continue taking part in the war against the Islamic State. The CBC went further, stating that the decision is a done deal. Tina Crouse, a spokeswoman for Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan has told
that no decision has been made. The move would placate coalition allies, particularly the United States, who view the refuelling plane and the surveillance aircraft as valuable contributions to the ongoing air campaign.
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