Sadly, he will not be missed.
The strike killed Abu Jandal al-Kuwaiti on Monday. It occurred near Tabqa Dam, near Raqqa in northern Syria. His body was discovered in various parts of Tabqa as well as several neighboring towns.
A captured ISIS fighter, Abu Bubu Mahmoud Omar el-Mohammed al-Fatahi bin Batiban said, "Abu was really messed up from the rocket. It was a direct hit. Body parts flew everywhere. I'm worried that he will be unattractive to his virgins and I suspect he will not be able to perform as he is missing all of his equipment."
Al-Kuwaiti was a former member of the terror network's "War Committee" and helped in the recapture of Palmyra.
"His death will degrade ISIL's ability to defend Raqqa and launch external operations against the West," the U.S. military said in a statement, referring to ISIS as ISIL.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights based in Britain, said that al-Kuwaiti had been targeted by U.S.-led coalition aircraft, and ISIS supporters said on social media on Tuesday that he had been killed.
They're running low on virgins down there so they're using goats.