Syrian Army Discovers US-Made TOW Missiles in ISIL’s Convoy in Eastern Hama
The army men seized a number of US-made anti-tank TOW missiles, arms and ammunition in an ambush operation against a group of ISIL terrorists along a road that connects al-Sa’an town to Ithriya town.
The ISIL group had attacked the army positions, but, they came under the army soldiers’ ambush operation and suffered heavy casualties.
In the meantime, the army units found several arms and ammunition depots of ISIL in the town of Tahmaz in Eastern Hama with 100,000 ballets, tens of heavy machineguns and several computer and telecommunication systems.
Also, the army men found 47 missiles in ISIL’s positions while carrying out mop-up operations in the newly-liberated town of Aqayrabat.
The ISIL were using the missile to hit residential areas in the town of al-Salamiyah.
In June, the army troops seized a number of US-made Humvee armored vehicles after capturing an ISIL base in Badiyeh (desert) in Eastern Homs.
The army men were carrying out cleansing operation in the newly-captured regions in Badiyeh when they discovered several High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV), commonly known as the Humvee, at the ISIL base.
The Humvee vehicles were equipped with communication devices and a number of bombs.
In the meantime, the army forces seized maquettes of armored vehicles, cannons and missile launchers used by ISIL to fool reconnaissance planes imaging the region.