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Islamic State: US military says RAF airstrikes may have killed civilians

In The News, 16 March 2020
Justin Bronk, a research fellow specialising in combat airpower at the Royal United Services Institute, said for the MoD "the absence of evidence has been represented as being evidence of absence of civilian casualties". He believes that early on in the bombing campaign, British rules of engagement - agreed by ministers - led to an unrealistic expectation of zero civilian casualties.

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Justin Bronk
Research Fellow, Airpower and Technology

Justin Bronk is a Research Fellow specialising in combat airpower and technology in the Military Sciences team at RUSI. He is also... read more