U.S. Central Command is releasing some footage from attacking F-15E Strike Eagles and other aircraft destroying ISIS targets in Syria. The war planes feature what Lockheed Martin calls Sniper Advanced Targeting Pods (ATP). The ATP shows targets and delivers a large amount of relevant sensitive data–it looks like a video game, but being played on a closed circuit TV. Ten countries have this ATP technology, including Saudi Arabia, one of the Arab allies in the US campaign against ISIS in Syria.
This video is a U.S. airstrike on an ISIS target near Kobani, Syria on September 27, 2014.