WASHINGTON - President Obama said on Wednesday he has not yet made a decision on whether he will order a military strike against Syria, but said the U.S. government has "concluded" that Bashar Assad's regime has deployed chemical weapons. But if the decision is made, U.S. Central Command, which is located at MacDill Airforce Base, would come up with the strategy.
According to the Tampa Tribune, the Air Force could be involved too. They would most likely use of bombers or fighter aircraft to fire missiles from outside of Syrian airspace to avoid Syria's anti-aircraft system.
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