From Daily Star
Posing as the wives of Isis chiefs, the team travelled in a Toyota van driven by Syrian agents working for Our Boys.
The SAS hit squad hid assault weapons, grenades and ammo beneath the black, ankle-length gowns which have just a small hole for the eyes.
After the group found the house of the jihadi boss, its location and coordinates were relayed to a US Air Force AWAC mission control aircraft circling thousands of feet above.
It passed the location to a US Reaper drone, which seconds later fired a Hellfire missile into the building, killing the Isis commander and several of his henchmen.
Isis fighters went out on the streets hunting the attackers. The SAS team’s cover was blown and they were forced into a fierce battle with the terrorists as they withdrew.
One source said: “The SAS team were moving back to their vehicles after the missile had struck when the town went into lockdown. Gunmen were on the streets stopping everyone, lining people up against the walls and threatening to kill anyone who had helped the ‘spies’.
“The attack took place in the early evening, about an hour before curfew, so there were still quite a few people around.
“The SAS jumped out of the vehicle, lifted up their burkas and opened fire. It must have been a massive shock to the gunmen.
“One was killed instantly and two others ran off. The firefight gave the SAS just enough time to break contact with the Isis gunmen and escape.
“We later heard Isis fighters were putting rumours around the town saying the ‘infidels’ had sent women in burkas to fight instead of men.” Read More