Interview with SAA T-72 Tank Officer English Subtitles
Interview with SAA t-72 Tank Officer English Subtitles
Syrian army tank gets destroyed at an Airbase in Idlib, by a rebel operated tank.
Rebel fighters in the city of Damascus have captured 48 Iranian Revolutionary Guard members. 8/5/12
Copied from liveleak.com The Pentagon confirms that US and 'partner nation forces' have commenced large-scale bombing raids against Islamic State extremists in Syria in a fresh offensive against the fighters of the Islamic State (ISIL) using cruise missiles, drones and warplanes. The attacks, which opened with a barrage of cruise missiles from US navy warships, represent a major escalation of Mr Obama’s war against ISIL, The strikes, which included contributions from as yet officially unspecified “partner nations” were announced by the Pentagon late last night and were concentrated around the city of Raqqa, the militants’ main stronghold close to the border with Iraq. Unconfirmed reports cite those partners included Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Jordan and Bahrain, although their exact roles in the military action were unclear. The strike against ISIL is an unprecedented and unexpected show of regional solidarity against the terrorist group that has rampaged through Syria and Iraq. Footage below of US Night Deck and Control Room Operations, including : USS Arleigh Burke launches Tomahawk Land Attack Missiles to combat ISIL Video by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Carlos M. Vazquez USS Philippine Sea launches Tomahawk Land Attack Missiles to combat ISIL Video by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Abe McNatt USS Philippine Sea launches TLAMs against ISIL Video by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Abe McNatt U.S. Navy F/A-18 Hornets and EA-6B Prowlers fly sorties against ISIL in Syria Video by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Benjamin Kelly Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=3d1_1411468451#hDyr0DsJjPv6tJEx.99
Egypt launched airstrikes against Islamic State targets in neighboring Libya on Monday, hours after militants there released a video purporting to show the mass beheading of Egyptian Christian hostages.