Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford said Monday that special operators from other countries may be joining in the fight against the Islamic State group.

“Although I can’t talk to you about the countries right now, because we are still in the process of discussing with them, we have a number of other countries that we are working with right now to provide additional special operations in Syria and Iraq,” Dunford said at a stop in Bahrain during a USO tour of U.S. installations in several countries.

Servicemembers he’s met along the way recognize the nature of the threat and have expressed their eagerness to do battle, he said. […]