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Inside and across the mountain warfare in Syria

The remote Syrian village of Ghmam has just been liberated from mercenaries, terrorists and jihadists of various denominations [more money they receive from abroad, more names for their gangs of murderers and thieves] by Syrian Arab Army and National Defence Forces, cutting off the supply routes for terrorist gangs from Turkey. A report by RT’s journalist Murad Gazdiev


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Cutting Off Terrorists Supply Routes

Units of the Syrian Arab Army have taken control of the mountains on northern of Latakia, near the Syrian-Turkish border, cutting off the supply routes for terrorist gangs from Turkey: photo collection by SAAF


Inside a Syrian Air Force Base

The Syrian Air Force pilots are equipped with many modern Sukoi Russian-made, but some of them prefer to fly with Vietnam-era jets and to use some equipment which dates back to the 1960’s, but is still very reliable, easier to fly and to maintain than their modern counterparts.

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With faith in their planes, leadership, people and with resolute determination, the Syrian Air Force pilots continue to take to the skies to protect Syria and the Syrian people from terrorists and their supporters.

SANA’s correspondent, as part of a joint media delegation, visited a Syrian Air Force base and witnessed firsthand examples of the operations and missions carried out by the pilots and their high readiness.

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The correspondent interviewed a number of pilots, one of whom has been in active duty for 27 years and piloting a MiG-21, who said that he carries out between 2 to 4 combat missions against terrorist organizations per day, and asserted that terrorists flee like panicked rats when they hear the roar of the Syrian jet fighters’ engines, and they resort to media misdirection by lying and claiming that airstrikes target non-combative targets.

Another pilot, a brigadier general, said that after the Russian Aerospace Defence Forces entered the battle against terrorism, targets are being picked via a coordination office liaising between the Syrian and Russian air forces, and the targets – which include terrorists’ command centers, combat equipment, military convoy, vehicles, or artillery – are selected with great care and dealt with in a very precise manner.

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A third pilot took to the air in his MiG-23 and returned soon after, performing aerial acrobatics and signaled to the journalists from his cockpit, giving them a thumbs up to indicate that his mission was carried out successfully, then signaling “v” for victory. After disembarking from the plane, he informed the correspondent that he targeted and destroyed a command center for terrorists.

The correspondent also met with the technicians and saw a strong sense of team spirit in how they and the pilots interact, and remarked their dedication to maintaining the warplanes in a state of full readiness and get the best performance out of them via regular and constant supervision and inspection.


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SOURCES: 
Syrian Military Reports, 7-8-9 November 2015 
Photos by Syrian Arab Armed Forces [Military Reporters]
RT Video-Reports by Murad Gazdiev
'Syrian Air Force Base' Report by Hazem Sabbagh
Submitted by SyrianPatriots  
War Press Info Network at: 
https://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2015/11/09/north-latakia-reports/ 
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