BREAKING: Rockets Hitting Base With U.S. Forces In Iraq, North of Baghdad

Iraqi security forces participate in a drill as U.S. forces help train them in Taji, north of Baghdad, Iraq, Saturday, March 21, 2015. U.S. military officials have said a coordinated military mission to retake Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city held by the Islamic State group, will likely begin in April or May and involve up to 25,000 Iraqi troops. But the Americans have cautioned that if the Iraqis are not ready, the offensive could be delayed. Iraqi officials have backed away from setting a timeline. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim)

 

Breaking news out of Iraq, there are rockets, reportedly being fired in Taji, which is north of Baghdad, on a base where there are U.S. and coalition forces.

At this point, no casualties are being reported.

We would note these are not fired from Iran and are not ballistic missiles, but Katyusha rockets, reportedly, fired in country, probably by the pro-Iranian militia.

We will keep you apprised, this is developing story