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    Formed from a collection of rag-tag forces, ISIS went on to make considerable gains in both Iraq and Syria before a coalition forced its retreat.

    ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria - also Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant = ISIL) took regional military observers and governments by surprise when it worked its way from individual terrorist groups into a single, effective fighting force. From there, the group went on to capture swaths of territory throughout Iraq and Syria, attempting to recreate an Islamic kingdom with old world ideals. Iraqi and Syrian government forces initially accomplished little to stem the tide and this was worsened by the vacuum left by American forces having left Iraq.


    While ISIS lacked any sort of traditional air power, it laid claim to stocks Iraqi-owned Soviet-, Chinese-, and American-originated equipment. The result was a ragtag group of fighters with an equally rag-tag collection of weapons offering tactical flexibility against better organized foes. Despite coalition air strikes against positions and money-making sources, ISIS remained a threat to the stability of the region with its war against the West threatening to pull even more players into it before the end.


    Into 2017, the tide has turned and Syrian and Iraqi forces, backed by coalition sponsors, are forcing the enemy on the retreat leaving the remaining ISIS components to resort to a whole new level of desperation.


    There are a total of 45 ISIS Weapons in the Military Factory. Flag images indicative of country of origin. The entries displayed below have been compiled through identification from available ISIS imagery / video.