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The U.S. is readying naval and air capabilities in the Middle East and Mediterranean for a potential Western strike on Bashar al-Assad's forces.
Considered imminent, the attack could be a punitive operation against critical army command-and-control centers or a more risky response against key chemical weapons sites.
Administration officials have said this would focus not on storage sites but on symbolic Syrian military installations. In addition to significant cruise missile-launching ships just west of Syria, there are strategic bombers from as far as the continental U.S. that could penetrate air defenses and drop bunker-busting bombs.
The U.S., in conjunction with the U.K. and France, is not currently expected to attempt taking out the Syrian air force or enforce a no-fly zone over Syria. Such aims would likely require at least several weeks of preparation and more substantial military resources.
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