(Fox News) The MOAB — Massive Ordnance Air Blast — is also known as the “Mother Of All bombs.” It was first tested in 2003, but hadn’t been used in combat before Thursday. Pentagon spokesman Adam Stump said the bomb had been brought to Afghanistan “some time ago” for potential use. The bomb explodes in the air, creating air pressure that can make tunnels and other structures collapse. It can be used at the start of an offensive to soften up the enemy, weakening both its infrastructure and morale.
Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch (US Army Ret.), author of the new book Work Hard, Pray Hard: The Power of Faith in Action, joined Lars today to discuss what’s next in the war on ISIS and keeping the faith.