Around 30 Jordanian fighter jets swooped over the skies of Raqqa on Thursday, carrying missiles with a scribbled message on it that read "For you, the enemies of Islam."
Early on 5 February, two days after ISIS burnt the Jordanian pilot alive, the country carried out a massive attack targeting ISIS installations including training centres and ammunition depots. The Thursday mission was named "Muath the Martyr."
Video footage released by the Jordanian military featured some of the air strikes. It also showed bombing of an ISIS target believed to be an ammunition depot, which soon set off a fire ball.
The beginning of the videos shows men and women scribbling messages on the bombs that were later dropped on ISIS areas in Raqqa.
The Jordanian Military declared on the state television: "This the beginning and you will get to know the Jordanians."
Reports claim that after accomplishing the bombing missions, the fighter jets on their way back flew over the village of slain pilot Lt Muath al-Kaseasbeh, where Jordan's King Abdullah II was meeting the relatives of the pilot.
King Abdullah II as he sat with the pilot's father, Safi al-Kaseasbeh, pointed to the planes roaring overhead, the Associated Press reported.
Later, Kaseasbeh, alongside King Abdullah II, told mourners that the planes had struck ISIS targets in Raqqa, where his son was captured by fighters when his F-16 fighter plane went down in December.
Safi al-Kaseasbeh, later told CNN that King Abdullah II has promised him that he would bombard ISIS capital Raqqa and so he sent 30 Jordanian fighters jets to avenge his son's death.
"The homeland is entrusted to you all," Kaseasbeh said, in a reference to Jordan's armed forces. "For you troops to honour Muath is to uphold your oath and to follow in his footsteps as soldiers for God, his prophet and Islam in defending this dear homeland."