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There are three conventional ways to go to war: air, ground and sea. On 2 September 2019, two Royal Air Force Typhoon jets race towards an ISIS training camp in northern Iraq, which has settled in a cluster of buildings in the desert. The aircraft, which have been designed by a European coalition that includes UK engineering giants BAE Systems (BA.) and Rolls-Royce (RR.), have six targets. Paveway IV missiles, manufactured by the UK wing of US defence behemoth Raytheon (US:RTN), are released from the planes. They destroy their targets.

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