"Near Mosul, three strikes engaged two ISIL [Islamic State or Daesh] tactical units; destroyed three ISIL-held buildings, two mortar systems, two vehicles, a VBIED, an artillery system and a weapons cache; damaged a supply route; and suppressed a mortar system," the release stated on Friday.
The coalition conducted three additional strikes in Iraq, destroying vehicle borne improvised explosive device factories near Rawah and Tal Afar and a vehicle near the city of Al Asad.
On Thursday, Central Command announced that a US service member had died from injuries sustained in an improvised explosive device blast near Ayn Isa, located about 34 miles north of Raqqa.
The US-led coalition of more than 60 nations has been conducting airstrikes against the Daesh in Syria and Iraq since 2014. However, the strikes in Syria are not authorized by the legitimate government of President Bashar Assad or by the UN Security Council.
The Islamic State, also known as Daesh in Arabic, is outlawed in the United States, Russia and other countries.