Free Syrian Army SOF, ‘Northern Thunder’ lays down suppressing fire as Turkish Special Forces execute a battlefield improvisation in order to recover a disabled medical vehicle, near Northern Aleppo.
Turkish SOF swiftly adapts, and uses an FNSS ACV-15 (modified M113), Armored Infantry Fighting Vehicle to recover a damaged Turkish Medical M113, Armored Personnel Ambulance.
Turkish SOF identified by location and known Turkish Special Forces special issue and current use of Ops-Core Advanced Helmet Systems and the Heckler & Koch 416-A5 alongside, Northern Thunder FSA Special Forces –
All while under fire from Daesh, also know as the Islamic State; that is, if your respect terrorist enough to recognize their sovereignty . . . Reference, the argument and history presented in my 2015 works, Know Your Enemy: Daesh, the Islamic State (Pt. 1), and Know Your Enemy: Daesh, the Islamic State (Pt. 2).
Turkish SOF and FSA N. Thunder SOF recovering disabled Turkish M113 Armored Personnel Carrier pic.twitter.com/QoHVgtPlVu
— Rao Komar (@RaoKomar747) September 19, 2016
These videos are only a part of the ongoing Turkish operation, Euphrates Shield that is assaulting Daesh, as well as rebel and Kurdish position across Northern Syria.
I apologize in advance for the music . . . Damnit Jim, I’m a writer, not a DJ.
Turkish Special Forces and FSA engaging Daesh in Northern Aleppo: pic.twitter.com/A5DqNcSZN9
— Conflict Reporter (@ConflictReport_) September 19, 2016
Turkey is the latest player to enter the chaotic battlespace that is Syria. They join a fragmented fight represent by a U.S. led coalition, Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve (CJTF–OIR), the Russian, Syrian, Iranian, and recent addition of China, as well as a grouping of what is now hundreds of guerrillas, groupings, jihadists, militias, rebels, terrorists, and so forth. All contained, under what is now – a four front war.
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