January 18th, 2017, B-2 Spirt bombers from the United States Air Force engaged two ISIS training camps in Libya. With the help of the local government, the Pentagon approved the launch of two precision attacks on the caps.
With the help of the local government, the Pentagon approved the launch of two precision attacks on the camps, something they typically don't do with B-2 bombers.
"The use of the B-2 demonstrates the capability of the United States to deliver decisive precision force to the Air Force's Global Strike Command over a great distance."-Peter Cook, Pentagon spokesperson.
The planes and their crews made a 34-hour flight from their home base in Missouri to North Africa. They then flew over their targets dropping an estimated 100 bombs.
The estimated death toll was about 85 jihadis, although other sources claim almost 100.