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Here’s why F15 fighter jets blew up a key Special Forces base in Syria | Radio.com 
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Here’s why F15 fighter jets blew up a key Special Forces base in Syria | Radio.com 

The Lafarge cement plant was occupied by U.S. Special Forces soldiers and became a central hub in a constellation of Special Forces team houses spread out across northern Syria.  When it was announced that US forces were withdrawing from Syria, the Special Forces soldiers on the ground had to rapidly respond as the Turkish government saw this as a green light to initiate their planned invasion of Syria and create a buffer zone between themselves and the Rojava.  Once American forces evacuated, F-15 Strike Eagle fighter jets bombed the ammunition depot left at the base because Turkish backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) militias would soon be moving in on Lafarge. Turkish backed FSA are known to be little more than criminals if not jihadists themselves.

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