RAF Tornado jets have carried out their initial atmosphere strikes opposite supposed Islamic State in Syria, a Ministry of Defence has confirmed.
The strikes came hours after MPs voted in foster of UK movement in Syria.
They corroborated a movement by 397 votes to 223 after a 10-hour discuss in a House of Commons.
Four Tornado jets took off from RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus, shortly after a vote.
A Ministry of Defence orator pronounced a sorties had returned from a “first descent operation over Syria and have conducted strikes”.
Two of a 4 Tornados arrived behind in Cyprus only over 3 hours after they left a base, alighting shortly before 03:00 GMT.
BBC counterclaim match Jonathan Beale pronounced a span of Tornados had left RAF Akrotiri with 3 500lb Paveway bombs any and returned to bottom though those weapons.
The Ministry of Defence is approaching to give sum of their targets after on Thursday, he added.
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The RAF was already carrying out operations opposite IS in Iraq.
Following a vote, Prime Minister David Cameron pronounced MPs had “taken a right preference to keep a nation safe” though opponents pronounced a pierce was a mistake.
A sum of 66 Labour MPs sided with a supervision as Mr Cameron cumulative a incomparable than approaching Commons majority.
Welcoming a Commons result, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond pronounced Britain was “safer since of a actions taken by MPs today”.
He added: “Military strikes alone won’t assistance Syria, won’t keep us protected from Daesh. But this multi-strand proceed will.”