In a massive show of force last night, contingencies from Joint Task Force Heavy went on the offensive and wiped out strongholds in the UAE/Oman peninsula. These particular locations, have been major hot-spots in the region with the recent battles that have taken place.
Reports of explosions heard as far South as Liwa, and as far North as Khasab, showed the scale of what the insurgencies faced as the night wore on.
The heaviest fighting occurred in Khasab, with scores of enemy fighters and random armored units being destroyed in an attack that lasted two hours straight. Khasab and Ras Al Khaimah Airports were liberated, and both are currently under the control of U.S. Army Rangers that were supporting the fight. The situation isn't all positive, however; Khasab AB is currently taking an influx of casualties and treating them in triages set-up posthaste - citing wounded fighters who were in the path of cluster munitions.
While the enemy fighters are still prevalent in the North, there are signals that the forces in the South have been largely killed, or are retreating into the local population.
U.S.M.C. ground forces at forward bases have seen an influx of wounded fighters looking to surrender, and make-shift prison facilities have been built hastily to prevent combatants from returning to the fight.
As proof that nothing goes unnoticed - reports on Iranian State TV show that protesters have flooded the streets of Bandar Abbas to condemn the high number of cargo aircraft that arrived at Al Dhafra AB.
This is a developing story.