Training Battle of Damascus: Syrian military instructors train from the Russian Federation

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To help their troops on the streets of Deir ez-Zor, at the training ground near Damascus, the soldiers of the Syrian army work out battle tactics under the guidance of Russian instructors. This course has already been completed by those who then successfully took Palmyra and Aleppo. Training as close as possible to combat conditions.



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    1. +1
      8 September 2017 11: 03
      This course has already been completed by those who later successfully took Palmyra and Aleppo.


      With all due respect to the Syrian military, but they take a lot there with the support of our PMCs, combined arms military and the involvement of special operations forces of the Russian Federation, as well as our aviation. And the Syrian military more cover, I think, and then take pictures in "occupied areas." Moreover, the soldiers often have a new uniform (why it is new in many photographs I think is understandable). This is no offense, just the majority of the Syrian units are not suitable for offensive operations due to the low level of training, so many years the war has been going on. Forces are exhausted.
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        8 September 2017 11: 41
        Quote: Orel
        This course has already been completed by those who later successfully took Palmyra and Aleppo.


        With all due respect to the Syrian military, but they take a lot there with the support of our PMCs, combined arms military and the involvement of special operations forces of the Russian Federation, as well as our aviation. And the Syrian military more cover, I think, and then take pictures in "occupied areas." Moreover, the soldiers often have a new uniform (why it is new in many photographs I think is understandable). This is no offense, just the majority of the Syrian units are not suitable for offensive operations due to the low level of training, so many years the war has been going on. Forces are exhausted.

        rightly ...
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        8 September 2017 13: 17
        There is a video where the Syrian military says that there is little help from Russia. That airplanes bomb only where there is a MTR of the Russian Federation and PMCs, that combat helicopters fly only twice a week, that Russian military equipment is not convenient, that Russia does not give them modern artillery, that Russian tanks are hot, etc. In general, the Syrians are still arrogant and lazy.
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          8 September 2017 16: 02
          The fact that it’s hot in the tank almost surprises me, although for such hot countries IMHO must have air conditioning.

          Then he put the car in the sun and was already burning, it’s even scary to imagine what tin is going on in the tank in the sun.
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            10 September 2017 18: 32
            Quote: Krabik
            Then he put the car in the sun and was already burning, it’s even scary to imagine what tin is going on in the tank in the sun.

            As in a dry sauna, if you do not ventilate - in the middle of the day, in a closed tank, you can lose consciousness from overheating in 20-30 minutes and water will not help if you do not drink.
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      21 September 2017 10: 34
      In terms of disguise, the Syrians are misunderstood. The contours of the soldiers contrast against the background of the terrain ... an ideal target, you do not need to look and look.

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