The US's war on Islamic State (ISIS) carries a hefty price tag, the Pentagon and Defense Department announced Friday.
Since the war – named Operation Inherent Resolve – was announced last August, the US has spent some $2.7 billion in 10 months alone, according to the Associated Press.
Of that figure, $1.8 billion has been spent by the US Air Force – with $5 million per day spent on combat flights and reconnaissance.
Special operations have cost $200 million; the Navy, $438 million; the Army, $274 million for the Army; general military pay, $16 million; munitions, $646 million; and $21 million for intelligence and surveillance operations.
In total, the average daily cost is more than $9 million.
As of the first quarter of 2015, the total US national debt (public debt) stands at $18.1 trillion.
Despite the hefty investment in the fight against the ISIS terrorists, US President Barack Obama has been sharply criticized for continuing to funnel in more troops while not having a comprehensive strategy.
In a press conference in Germany on Monday, Obama admitted that he doesn't have a "complete strategy" regarding the fight against ISIS.