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Western Special Forces Fully Deployed in Syria. Terrorist Reinforcements in Syria-Turkey Border Region | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization
JPAU24APR03WG09 OP FALCONER Pic By: SGT W.Guthrie Caption: Al Asad Air Base in Western Iraq: Members of the Special Forces Task Group which recently secured the base as part of Operation Falconer battle a harsh sand storm during a vehicle patrol. Operation Falconer is the Australian contribution to the international coalition to ensure the removal of weapons of mass destruction from Iraq. The members of the Special Forces Task group have secured the Al Asad Air Base which was the main base for the Iraqi Air Force. The Special Forces Task Group have been operating in the Western Desert since the first days of the war, and their primary and completely successful task has been the suppression of the Iraqi theatre Ballistic Missile threat. They have been operating with UK and US Special Forces. The Al Asad Air Base contains more than 50 Mig fighters, which are now destined to be the starting point for a new Iraqi Air Force.

Western Special Forces Fully Deployed in Syria. Terrorist Reinforcements in Syria-Turkey Border Region | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization

Around 100 heavily armed Al-Nusra fighters were spotted arriving in the border region between Syria and Turkey, the Russian Center for Syrian Reconciliation reported, citing sources in Kbana, a village in the Latakia province. The terrorists’ reinforcements came amid the Syrian Arab Army advances in the province. The government forces have captured the village of Ayn Issa and made attempts to take control of several high points that overlook the militant stronghold of Kbana: Ruwysat al-Joz, the Zyiqat mountain and hill 1112. If the SAA is able to seize the control of these strategic high points, the liberation is a matter of time.

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