The US-led coalition scrambled fighters to protect its advisers working with Kurdish forces after Syrian regime jets bombed the area. The pentagon spokesman Jeff Davis said the Two Syrian planes targeted Kurdish forces undergoing training with U.S special operations advisers around the northeastern city of Hasakeh. The coalition scrambled its own jets to the area in a bid to intercept the Syrian jets, but the regime planes had left by the time they arrived. He said no coalition injuries were reported in the strike. U.S forces were moved from the area and are in a safe location. The pentagon spokesman said the coalition is now conducting additional combat air patrols in the region.