The attack by the US, the UK and France on Syrian chemical weapons facilities April 13, 2018 was a success for what it was. Execution of the mission worked as planned. The US, UK and France made their point with the strike that most of the world does not approve of the use of chemical weapons and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's use of chemical weapons again would get a similar response. The well planned and executed strike avoided civilian, Russian or Iranian casualties and spread of the conflict from becoming hotter and wider. So what now?