Last Saturday night, approximately 70 special operators hailing from Delta Force’s A Squadron and the 75th Ranger Regiment stormed a compound in the Idlib Province of Northeast Syria with orders to kill or capture ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The mission has been hailed as a complete success, with no American troops lost and one service dog injured, but U.S. forces had lingering concerns about the compound al-Baghdadi died in becoming a shrine of sorts for ISIS and other affiliated extremist groups. How do you prevent a facility that once housed a mad man from becoming a church that honors the same? Simple: you turn it into a parking lot.