Syrian Defence News
The Syrian army repelled a missile attack near Damascus, SANA agency reports. According to the newspaper, the missiles were fired by the Israeli military from the Golan Heights direction.
As we reported on February 15, the US Air Force bombed the Syrian-Iraqi border. The target of the attack was Iranian-backed militias and a checkpoint in the region.
Russia's Aviapro news agency reported today, February 26, that the U.S. military has Patriot surface-to-air missile systems at bases in Syria and Iraq. According to Russian sources, the Pentagon is building a new U.S. air base in eastern Syria in the Deir ez-Zor area.
US President Joe Biden's first military operation is already a fact. On Thursday evening against Friday morning, the United States launched the first airstrike on Iranian bases in Syria, located near Iran's border.
According to Russian sources, the attack took place in Al-Bara, Idlib, and Russian planes subjected the headquarters of a Turkish-backed jihadist group to heavy strikes. There is currently no information on the damage and casualties.
According to Russian media, the transfer took place on February 19th, citing a source from Russia's Defense Ministry. However, it is still unclear what type of fighter models had transferred to the Russian base in the Arab Republic.
Syrian state news agency SANA and the Israeli website Times of Israel say Israel has launched new missile strikes on several parts of Syria, including west of the capital Damascus.
The Syrian air force has launched a powerful rocket attack on a jihadist base in Idlib province. BulgarianMilitary.com has unique footage from the moment of the attack in which the Syrian pilots fired "hail" from unguided missiles.
Russia's Aviapro news agency, citing field sources, claims that Iran is transporting missile weapons and systems to Syria using Russia's Khmeimim airbase's services.
Late in the evening of February 9 and early in the morning of February 10, the Syrian Arab Army launched a colossal missile strike near the city of Tarkin, Syria.
The Israel Defense Forces deployed additional forces to Lebanon and Syria's borders immediately after massive airstrikes on the southern provinces of the Syrian Arab Republic.
According to the agency, the Israeli air force carried out the attacks. The Israeli forces attacked Syrian positions in the Golan Heights, Damascus International Airport, and the 165th Battalion of the Syrian Army.
According to the Lebanese newspaper, in the Syrian province of Daraa, the Syrian Arab Army is ready to retaliate against terrorist sleeping cells, causing violence in the area since the beginning of the year.
In this case, however, it is not a question of strengthening Russia's positions in the region or an impending air attack but of the runway's technical capabilities at Khmeimim airbase.
Lebanese news agency AMN reports that the Turkish Ministry of Defense launched two new operations in Syria. They will be held along the Turkish-Syrian border
Airstrikes took place in the Syrian city of Hama on Friday, January 22. The strikes were carried out by the Israeli air force using Lebanese airspace. Syria's state news agency SANA wrote about the attacks in a short statement.
New Turkish artillery attacks took place on Tuesday, January 19, in northern Syria, BulgarianMilitary.com has learned, citing the Lebanese news agency AMN.
Six MiG-29 fighters of unknown affiliation at the Russian Khmeimim airbase in Syria. The information comes from satellite images of the region in Syria.
The Syrian army has received a new set of Russian weapons. The information comes from the Lebanese agency Al-Masdar News and the Russian online media Aviapro.
The Syrian news agency SANA reported that dozens of pro-American rebels from the Syrian Democratic Forces were killed and wounded on January 11th.