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Syrian Army captures new weapons cache with US-made missile in Idlib

During their recent operation in southeastern Idlib, the Syrian Arab Army units uncovered large amounts of weapons and ammunition left behind in the area by defeated jihadists.

A field commander told SANA that during the military operations in the villages and towns in Idlib’s southeastern countryside, the army found large amounts of weapons and ammo, including artillery, US-made TOW missiles and their launching tripods, a large weaponized drone, four small drones, assault and sniper rifles, artillery and mortar shells, and machine gun ammo.

The commander said that the army also found a military signals vehicle for coordinating communication that had been provided by a Danish organization, in addition to a field hospital containing medical and surgical supplies of Turkish origin.

This is the second major weapons cache that the Syrian Army has seized in the last 48 hours.Shar

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