We’ve been helping the French, first with cargo transport, then refueling war planes, and soon we’ll have a drone base in the area. But, as RT quotes Paul…
France “doesn’t have the military resources to sustain its fight against Mali’s jihadists without help from the US military. For now, that amounts to the use of giant transport planes to ferry French troops into Mali, and planes to refuel French combat aircrafts that are pummeling the militants’ positions,” writes USA Today columnist DeWayne Wickham. “But that might now be enough. As recent events have shown, Northern Africa has become an expanding battleground for jihadist groups with links to al-Qaeda.”
Actually, France has a long history of military incapability that ultimately draws on other western powers for rescue.
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