Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Syrian army source: rebels make heavy use of TOW missiles

A Syrian military source said rebels are making heavy use of U.S.-made anti-tank missiles paid for by Saudi Arabia and supplied via Turkey in recent weeks and the weapons are having an impact on the battlefield. The so-called TOW missile is the most potent weapon in the arsenal of rebel groups battling President Bashar al-Assad, and has been seen in action more frequently since Russia intervened with air strikes on Syria on Sept 30.


Anonymous said...

Looks like they only have the day sight. That limits them to daytime use and limits the types of missiles they can fire. If there is a bight side.

Anonymous said...

It made quick work of this Russian helicopter.

Unclezip said...

Too late, Anon - the censors at youtube have removed the video. Any other source? In the meantime, I think I'll do my own youtube clone - one not controlled by the government.