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Konashenkov: Russian aviation in Syria binds the actions of terrorists, striking simultaneously in different areas

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The VKS RF strikes the IG objects simultaneously in different regions of Syria, thereby constricting the actions of the gangs, reports RIA News the message of the representative of the Ministry of Defense Igor Konashenkov.




“The main task is to constrain the actions of terrorist groups in Syria. Therefore, strikes are usually carried out simultaneously in various areas in Syria, ”informed Konashenkov.

According to him, "the priority in selecting targets for strikes is given to the command centers of terrorists, bunkers, warehouses with ammunition and explosives."

The general stressed that the air strikes on the objects are applied only if their affiliation to the "Islamic state" is reliably confirmed.

“A special role is given to the information that comes to us from the information center in Baghdad,” he said.

Thanks to support aviation the Syrian army launched offensive operations and is pushing the bandits on the ground.

Yesterday, it was reported that the Syrian military had succeeded in destroying, under Aleppo, the leader of the Djabhat al-Nusra terrorist formation Abu al-Masri. He was killed during the battle in the area of ​​n. Tal al-Karsani.

The Jabhat al-Nusrah group is one of the al-Qaida units in Syria.
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RIA News. Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. Mainbeam
    Mainbeam 25 October 2015 08: 28 New
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    priority in choosing targets for strikes is given to terrorist command posts, bunkers, ammunition depots and explosives

    For point strikes, that’s it. And as for me, it’s necessary to apply napalm for the accumulation of barmalei.
    "Sunshine" to the Syrians to help.
    1. Svyatogor
      Svyatogor 25 October 2015 08: 36 New
      +7
      Cutthroats and from our "Pinocchio" delighted.
    2. plotnikov561956
      plotnikov561956 25 October 2015 08: 42 New
      +7
      This is ... an integrated approach to resolving the issue
      1. oleg-gr
        oleg-gr 25 October 2015 08: 46 New
        11
        "Everyone is dancing and having fun." Dushmanov must be kept in good shape so as not to relax.
        1. sssla
          sssla 25 October 2015 09: 20 New
          +3
          Quote: oleg-gr
          Dushmanov must be kept in good shape so as not to relax.

          "Special role assigned to information, which comes to us from information center in Baghdade "
          I will feel the setup
          1. Rurikovich
            Rurikovich 25 October 2015 09: 38 New
            +3
            Quote: sssla
            I will feel the setup

            All data coming in for strikes against identified targets is double-checked!
          2. Vladimir 1964
            Vladimir 1964 25 October 2015 12: 29 New
            +1
            Quote: sssla
            I will feel the setup

            The thought, Dear Stas, is of course interesting. On whose side can the Iraqis substitute, then it is unlikely that they are actively playing the "Russian" card along the way, with the goal of achieving some independence and independence in making domestic political decisions, without strict US control. Although of course everything can be, an overly complex knot was tied up between the rivers.

            Something like this is a colleague. hi
            1. sssla
              sssla 25 October 2015 13: 35 New
              +2
              Quote: Vladimir 1964
              Although of course everything can be, a knot too complicated

              You won’t even feel like you are being bred or you won’t have time! It's like a gypsy to guess hypnosis or something))
              The data will be accurate, but after double-checking into some sort of bunker (building), they will secretly transport with a hundred children or families of Syrian (Kurdish) fighting and Voila. A lot of things are at stake or will soon hi
              1. Vladimir 1964
                Vladimir 1964 25 October 2015 17: 40 New
                +1
                Quote: sssla
                You won’t even feel like you are being bred or you won’t have time! It's like a gypsy to guess hypnosis or something))
                The data will be accurate, but after double-checking into some sort of bunker (building), they will secretly transport with a hundred children or families of Syrian (Kurdish) fighting and Voila. A lot of things are at stake or will soon

                Stas, I will not argue with you, for this is quite possible. Well, after all, not least of all, such centers are created for the "division of responsibility", no matter how cynical it sounds.

                That is the thought, Dear colleagues. hi
            2. msm
              msm 25 October 2015 16: 51 New
              -1
              Iraqis ... they are now actively playing the "Russian" card along the way
              Your information is out of date. The FSA has forbidden them any interaction with us ... We are moving the coordination center from Iraq to Jordan!
              1. Vladimir 1964
                Vladimir 1964 25 October 2015 17: 43 New
                0
                Quote: msm
                Your information is out of date. The FSA has forbidden them any interaction with us ... We are moving the coordination center from Iraq to Jordan!

                Yes, Sergey, I don’t have such information about the transfer. hi
        2. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 25 October 2015 09: 27 New
          -9
          Quote: oleg-gr
          "Everyone is dancing and having fun." Dushmanov must be kept in good shape so as not to relax.

          Yeah, in a couple of weeks in those parts the rain season will begin, which can pour for a couple of weeks and the euphoria of many will disappear.
          1. armata37
            armata37 25 October 2015 11: 09 New
            +2
            I think that rain is not a problem for warfare. Especially with the use of our technology.
            Moreover, it will not be watered the same everywhere: in the coastal zone, yes, it will be wetter, but terrorists are squeezed into the desert part of Syria.

            A more severe weather test is Hamsin (see picture) - a dry, exhaustingly hot local wind with a high content of sand and dust. It will most likely be from March. Have time
            What is it, residents from Israel will probably be able to tell in more detail.
            1. Vadim237
              Vadim237 25 October 2015 12: 48 New
              0
              Under such conditions, laser guidance systems for guided missiles and bombs will have big problems with target illumination.
            2. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 25 October 2015 13: 24 New
              -2
              Quote: armata37

              A more severe weather test is Hamsin (see picture) - a dry, exhaustingly hot local wind with a high content of sand and dust. It will most likely be from March.

              What kind of March was there, more recently, they screamed that ISIS would be defeated before November. The gentlemen of Napoleon changed plans.
              Quote: armata37
              I think that rain is not a problem for warfare.

              Well, of course, since you said that and you think so, then there are no problems. Not at all. There is nothing but stupidity
              1. armata37
                armata37 25 October 2015 14: 19 New
                +2
                What kind of March was there, more recently, they screamed that ISIS would be defeated before November. The gentlemen of Napoleon changed plans.


                I was not among those screaming and, writing about weather conditions, I didn’t speak about the timing of the campaign against the IS either.

                Well, of course, since you said that and you think so, then there are no problems. Not at all. There is nothing but stupidity


                and what is this stupidity? I will be glad if you, as a more experienced one, tell me and teach me not to write stupid next time.
                1. Alexander Romanov
                  Alexander Romanov 26 October 2015 06: 00 New
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                  Quote: armata37

                  and what is this stupidity?

                  Do you know what non-flying weather is?
                  Quote: armata37


                  I was not among those screaming

                  I know that soon everyone will write like that, it was already. Fuck you will find those who yelled.
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    3. Vita vko
      Vita vko 25 October 2015 08: 45 New
      +3
      Quote: MainBeam
      "Sunshine" to the Syrians to help

      It is a pity that it is not yet in the aviation version of the suspension type NURSov.
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    5. Tor5
      Tor5 25 October 2015 09: 09 New
      +2
      Right! With bandits and thugs you need to "talk" in a language they understand, but in simple terms - burn out!
    6. Junior, I
      Junior, I 25 October 2015 10: 45 New
      +1
      You wanted to say "Sun" in the liver of ISIS!
    7. prosto_rgb
      prosto_rgb 25 October 2015 18: 35 New
      +1
      The main photo for the article reminded this laughing :
  2. Alexander 3
    Alexander 3 25 October 2015 08: 33 New
    +7
    Deprive the bandits of ammunition and destroy their leaders, chop off the heads of this hydra. People must fight, even just hear our planes. We don’t have mattresses for you.
  3. avvg
    avvg 25 October 2015 08: 35 New
    +2
    You can’t give the opportunity for the terrorists to be impoverished and help each other, the Russian Aerospace Forces in Syria acts very correctly.
  4. tommy717
    tommy717 25 October 2015 08: 52 New
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    24.10.15. Message from military columnist Boris Rozhin ("colonelcassad").

    "Overview of the general military situation in Syria. Battle of Aleppo. With the slowdown of the offensive of the Syrian army in the north of the provinces of Hama and Latakia and the lack of decisive success in the Homs and suburbs of Damascus, the chaotic battle around Aleppo, where there is a large-scale trilateral battle, where Assad’s troops have seriously clashed with the Caliphate’s troops in recent days, both sides don’t forget to smash the pro-Western rebels - the Caliphate is crushing north of the city, Assad’s troops are advancing southwest.

    Kuwaitis Air Base was not released on October 24. Assad’s troops remain to walk 2-3 kilometers to Kuweyris intercepting the motorway to Aleppo. The adversary understands this very well and renders fierce resistance while attacking the enclave in Kuwait. The fighting in this area shows well that the Caliphate’s troops are superior in quality to those of pro-Western rebels. Despite the extremely powerful pressure from Assad’s army and the bombing of Russian aircraft, the task of moving through a sufficiently favorable area for the offensive turned into gnawing at the Caliphate’s defense and repelling constant counterattacks.

    In general, the success of these battles will determine a lot - if Kuweyris release, then the Caliphate’s troops east of Aleppo will be in an extremely difficult position.
    1. Penetrator
      Penetrator 25 October 2015 09: 19 New
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      Quote: tommy717
      if Kuweyris is unblocked, then the Caliphate’s troops east of Aleppo will be in an extremely difficult position.

      The courage of the defenders of the Kuweyris Air Base is admirable. Poorly prepared for ground battles, pilots and cadets of the air defense school, three years hold the defense and even try to counterattack. Having lost almost half of the fighters, having survived four major assaults and many shelling and attacks, they hold on! This is a real Syrian Brest fortress!
      1. DmitryK
        DmitryK 25 October 2015 20: 15 New
        0
        Do not touch the Brest Fortress. Do not confuse....
        1. Penetrator
          Penetrator 25 October 2015 22: 30 New
          0
          The Brest Fortress is a symbol of military courage. And the courage of people fighting for a just cause does not have a nationality. Or, do you think I needed to compare their feat with the feat of the Alamo defenders?
    2. veksha50
      veksha50 25 October 2015 11: 11 New
      0
      Quote: tommy717
      there is a large-scale tripartite battle


      The meat grinder ... the real one ...
  5. yuriy55
    yuriy55 25 October 2015 08: 53 New
    +6
    I would like to see the targeted use of these weapons by terrorists (a video eight years ago):
    1. Good me
      Good me 25 October 2015 09: 19 New
      -7
      Quote: yuriy55
      I would like to see the targeted use of these weapons by terrorists (a video eight years ago):

      Interestingly, the cost of this "nano-bomb" includes a margin for the Chief Nanist, Toha Chubais?
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 25 October 2015 09: 23 New
        +9
        Quote: Good I
        Interestingly, the cost of this "nano-bomb" includes a margin for the Chief Nanist, Toha Chubais?

        When there is absolutely nothing to write, you need to write some kind of crap.
        1. EGOrkka
          EGOrkka 25 October 2015 11: 27 New
          +1
          The comment was deleted.
          , you need to write some kind of crap ....



          .... lately ... vegetable theme ...... so unpredictable ... wink
    2. Junior, I
      Junior, I 25 October 2015 10: 49 New
      0
      Echfecht is stunning! good
      We would clean out the entire territory at a time. Only after such hell of the year 2-3 will not grow anything. And maybe there will be sands.
    3. Vadim237
      Vadim237 25 October 2015 12: 51 New
      +1
      The ODAB 7000 bomb has not yet been accepted into service, and it will most likely be a controlled variant.
  6. tommy717
    tommy717 25 October 2015 08: 56 New
    +1
    South of Aleppo, affairs for Assad are developing most favorably. The offensive is successfully developing to the south and southeast. If to the north of Aleppo the rebel troops fled under the onslaught of the Caliphate, then here they are retreating under the onslaught of Assad's troops. Every day, new settlements are liberated, and so far the rebels have failed to stabilize the front. In general, this is the most successful site for Assad after moving north from Al-Bahsah.

    But not so simple. The Caliphate and Al-Nusra did not just negotiate. Apparently, an agreement was reached on a joint operation against Assad, which followed on October 23. From the desert areas, a single route was struck, through which supplies the group holding Aleppo and leading the offensive on Kuweyris and the southern regions of Aleppo.

    Using suicide bombers, light armored vehicles and infantry, the Caliphate and An-Nusra attacked the highway at once in several sections, defeating several roadblocks and disrupting the supplies of the Assad group of Assad. It can be stated that Al-Nusra is farther and farther away from the pro-Western rebels and is gradually entering the orbit of the Caliphate. The logic of the war will continue to push the most radical groups towards an alliance with the "black banners."
  7. tommy717
    tommy717 25 October 2015 08: 57 New
    0
    Since the route was cut off at a number of points, blocking it for 5-7 days can lead to critical interruptions in the supply of the northern group of the Syrian army. Therefore, in the next 1-2 days, active battles for this route should be expected using the reserves of the Syrian army in the central regions of the country and the intensification of the bombing of these areas by Russian aircraft. Since the terrain here is deserted and there are no significant fortifications, the task of restoring full control over this route is quite solvable. On the other hand, the Caliphate thus clearly demonstrates that Assad obviously does not have enough available forces to hold all these many fronts, cities and enclaves and will hit these weak points. Given the presence in the military leadership of the Caliphate of generals who still served with Saddam Hussein and graduated from Soviet academies, such nasty things from the Caliphate can be expected.

    One way or another, the caliphate will be in profit from this operation - if control is not immediately restored, Assad’s successful operations near Aleppo begin to stop, her return will require the transfer of troops that may be needed somewhere else, which will ease the pressure Assad on the rebels or Caliphate. On the whole, it’s a very competent move, which, among other things, is a click on the nose of our propaganda, which was already buzzing about the victory over ISIS, although only now a full-scale battle with the Caliphate’s troops began near Aleppo and it’s quite clear that it will be much more difficult to defeat the Caliphate, rather than chasing pro-Western rebels. For the umpteenth time, it can be noted that the Caliphate continues to be underestimated quite strongly in our country, considering it only the most powerful group of terrorists, which is extremely far from reality.
  8. tommy717
    tommy717 25 October 2015 08: 58 New
    0
    The offensive on a large cauldron north of Homs is also developing extremely slowly. Despite the active work of Russian aviation, there is no serious progress at the moment. It is not possible to cut it into two parts, as a result of which Assad’s troops are essentially squeezing militants from villages on the borders of the boiler, slowly reducing its territory. Attacks come from different directions in attempts to find weak spots in the enemy’s defense.

    By October 23, the rebels in the western part of the cauldron were able to squeeze a little.

    Where this succeeds, there is progress and reports on the next liberated settlements. Such tactics are guaranteed to bring minor tactical victories, but do not solve the main problems associated with the elimination of the boiler and the unblocking of the Homs-Ham track. The pace of advancement of the Syrian army here is even slower than in the mountains of Latakia.

    The offensive in the mountainous regions north of Latakia is developing extremely slowly. During the day, the troops advanced another 1-2 kilometers, capturing a couple of settlements. After the transfer of additional special forces and artillery forces in the Salma area, they managed to reach the outskirts of Salma, but there is no talk of the capture of the city yet - protracted battles are expected in residential buildings and mountainous terrain. Both sides suffer serious losses in people and technology.

    The collapse and deorganization of the rebel defense is not observed here, which is facilitated, among other things, by resource support from abroad, which is pumped through the province of Idlib. The offensive of the Syrian army in this direction has in the future an ambitious goal - to occupy part of the province and impede the supply of arms and mercenaries in Syria. Capturing a mountainous area is the key to starting operations in Idlib. But it will be very difficult to break through the rebel positions in the mountains. Without Russian air support, this will not be possible at all.
    To the east of the mountainous region, in the north of the Hama province, Assad’s offensive also lost pace - the offensive stalled at Sirmania, El Latamine cauldron was never formed. Moreover, in a number of sectors, the rebels launched counterattacks using armored vehicles.

    These attacks were generally repelled (nevertheless, according to some sources, the Syrian army lost 1, according to other sources, 2 villages were previously repulsed by the rebels), but such activity suggests that despite the forced retreat of the rebels, controllability of troops remains and they can show activity. In general, Assad’s success in this area is very moderate.
  9. tommy717
    tommy717 25 October 2015 09: 00 New
    0
    Other.

    1. The suburbs of Damascus. Jobar. Thought.

    If in the area of ​​the Duma the army managed to achieve tactical successes, the assault on Jobar predictably turned into a protracted battle in a ruined city building. Despite the loud announcement of the operation, the pace of progress here is very limited and will most likely remain so, although with persistence in carrying out the operation it is very likely that Jobar will be able to clean up in a few weeks.

    2. Deraa.

    In Deraa, a chaotic and meaningless battle continues for urban neighborhoods. Assad troops and rebel troops are also trying to advance. The parties regularly report that they have taken such and such a quarter and so many houses, but in general the situation here is practically unchanged. Front movements are insignificant - the parties simply do not have enough forces to develop their local successes. This site, as previously noted, is of a secondary nature.
  10. tommy717
    tommy717 25 October 2015 09: 01 New
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    3. Deir ez-zor

    In the area of ​​Deir ez-Zor, positional battles continue. The other day, they finally finally managed to stop the Caliphate’s attacks north and southeast of the airport and Assad’s army there even tried to go on the offensive, but due to a lack of forces, they could not achieve much success. There has long been a tug of war. The tenacity of both sides cancels each other out.

    The caliphate, however, despite all efforts, could not go directly to the air base despite numerous attacks lasting 2,5 months.
    As in Deraa, these fights have little effect on the overall situation.

    4. The attack on Raqqa.

    As such has not yet begun. The Kurds in a number of areas have made little progress, but so far nothing significant. According to various sources, the offensive is expected to begin next week, when the Americans plant ammunition for the Kurds and prepare their attack aircraft and attack drones for intensive strikes north of Raqqa. The situation is complicated by the fact that Turkey threatens to invade Kurdish territories if the Kurds are excessively carried away by the increments of their control zone. Ankara’s fear is understandable - if, with the support of the Americans, the Kurds will be able to defeat the Caliphate’s troops in the north of Syria and seize a solid piece of territory, they may well agree with the Iraqi Kurds to proclaim the creation of Kurdistan, which Turkey does not want to allow by all means, including at the cost war. The Americans are now actively consulting with Ankara on the subject of coordinating Kurdish participation in the war against the Caliphate, because in Washington they are well aware that the Turkish invasion of Kurdish territories can destroy the whole game for the Americans. It is worth noting that the destruction by the Russian air force of a strategic bridge over the Euphrates in the Raqqi region will not only complicate the caliphate’s logistics issues, but will also complicate the maneuver with reserves if a full-scale Kurds advance in the north begins.
  11. tommy717
    tommy717 25 October 2015 09: 02 New
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    5. Syrian express.

    Russia continues to support its group in Syria. In November, we can expect an increase in the number of aviation groups in Syria. The current 60-80 sorties per day are not enough for the current scale of operations in Syria. Not only attacks on command posts and supply bases are required, but also direct support of troops in key areas.
    Rumors continue to wander about the fact that Admiral Kuznetsov may go to Syria after he finishes preparations for the campaign in 1-2 months. The aircraft carrier is already undergoing sea trials, and the air group is also preparing. This idea has significant support in naval leadership. The core of the Su-33 air group has a fairly wide range of weapons (including high-precision) for delivering strikes against ground targets. From areas north-east of Cyprus, the Kuznetsov will be able to strike at militant positions in Idlib province and support the offensive in the north of Latakia province.
    Regarding the purchased 8 transport vessels. I talked with friends working in shipbuilding - the ships are rather mediocre, require current repairs, but they can handle the tasks of supplying the Russian contingent and delivering reinforcements to Tartus. The reason for the purchase is banal - already after the start of the operation, it became clear that the current tonnage in the Black Sea is not enough to support a large-scale operation in Syria. It is possible that in the next 1-2 years the state will order specialized transport vessels for the needs of the fleet and foreign operations.

    Regarding the contingent, they do not plan to officially expand it and its strengthening will take place in a “hybrid” version due to PMCs, volunteers and “vacationers”, as well as ordinary mercenaries. Iran in this regard is acting more decisively expanding the contingent of "direct participation" both in Syria and in Iraq. In general, Russia prefers to maintain a limited nature of its participation, so as not to invest fully in this war in the hope of achieving the desired results by small means.

    6. Supplies of weapons to Syria.

    In October, the supply of weapons to militants through Turkey sharply increased. A significant part of the supply is carried out by the CIA. The recipients are mostly from the "good terrorists." Nomenclature - ATGMs (TOW, ATGM "Milan"), hand grenade launchers, 82-mm mortars, machine guns and light machine guns, small arms, ammunition, various ammunition. A significant part of the supplies is Soviet junk from the countries of the former ATS, but there are also new models (sniper rifles, air defense devices, thermal imagers, etc., of Western production). Also, rebels are now pouring money on maintaining the loyalty of commanders and hiring new mercenaries. This is a temporary measure until the United States decides how to train Assad’s opponents in a new way after the money laundering schemes in the Syrian war.
    The Americans have not yet decided on deliveries of MANPADS, both due to Russian threats and fears that MANPADS will fall into the wrong hands. But this is a very real option, so in November we can expect an increase in rebel air defense.
    "
  12. tommy717
    tommy717 25 October 2015 09: 03 New
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    7. Diplomacy.

    It was not possible to agree on joint actions between the two coalitions. Negotiations with the participation of the United States, Russia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia ended to no avail, as the United States and the Saudis rejected the proposals of the Russian Federation related to Assad’s participation in joint actions against the Caliphate. It also failed to agree on a common list of organizations that all participants consider to be terrorist. As before, the United States and the Russian Federation are recorded in terrorists arbitrarily, depending on the situation at the front.
    The question of the future of Assad and Syria is still hanging in the air, at the moment there is no acceptable format for negotiations involving the legitimate Syrian government. Washington is still waiting for the end of Assad’s offensive in Syria and the offensive of the Iraqi army and Shiite militias in Iraq. Much will depend on what successes the coalition will achieve in the coming weeks, which will determine the cards of the parties with which they will approach negotiations on the substance of the issues, the main of which will be not even keeping Assad in power, but the post-war borders of Syria.
  13. slizhov
    slizhov 25 October 2015 09: 05 New
    +1
    And the United States decided to again help the MODERATE OPPOSITION, which can only fight with government forces, but not with Isil.
    Son’s folder will never beat!
    Uncle Sam is sowing death and chaos with the help of these Igil Nits, who hastily began to cut off their unwashed stinky beards and flee in the woman's ammunition ... :)
  14. BOB044
    BOB044 25 October 2015 09: 06 New
    +2
    Destroy this rot mercilessly. Everywhere only they will find her. So that she would not be able to raise her head for about a hundred years. And she had no strength to reach Afghanistan.
  15. Zomanus
    Zomanus 25 October 2015 09: 13 New
    +1
    This is called "competent disposal of ammunition,
    which are nearing the end of their shelf life. "
    I can imagine how many warehouses we have already cleaned in this way ...
    1. MESS
      MESS 25 October 2015 09: 34 New
      0
      you might think our air forces in Russia do not destroy part of the ammunition at the training grounds
  16. bashmak
    bashmak 25 October 2015 09: 29 New
    +1
    Maybe not the topic, but this normal man is Konashenkov. For once, we see an adequate, outgoing commander. This is not for you pot-bellied generals!
    1. MIKHAN
      MIKHAN 25 October 2015 09: 53 New
      +1
      Quote: bashmak
      Maybe not the topic, but this normal man is Konashenkov. For once, we see an adequate, outgoing commander. This is not for you pot-bellied generals!

      I also like him. He clearly says with a "malicious" half-smile, everything on the topic and most importantly, calmly and confidently in his innocence! hi
  17. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 25 October 2015 09: 43 New
    +7
    Here are the prisoners .. A miserable look pretty much ..!
    1. behemot
      behemot 25 October 2015 14: 37 New
      +1
      something not alaakbaryat, modest such
  18. donavi49
    donavi49 25 October 2015 09: 43 New
    +1
    Well, not without problems, in addition to the maneuvers at Morek, who overslept the attack on tanks and columns of carts (Jund-Al-Aqsa entrenched in positions, although at first they clashed Al-Russi and even gathered back in the morning, but then decided to dig in).


    The militants of the IS, who cut the road to Aleppo and took 8 roadblocks, managed to leave, and taking out equipment and artillery along the roads. This is where the Iranian paratroopers and KUDS counterattacked, east of Hama.



    So, what else is there to grow.
    1. doom25
      doom25 25 October 2015 09: 52 New
      0
      who has squeezed this technique?
      1. donavi49
        donavi49 25 October 2015 10: 03 New
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        Part in place, part of its own (well, long overtaken in the sense). They still got cookies and rations at the UN camp.
  19. doom25
    doom25 25 October 2015 09: 51 New
    0
    You read the last bulletins and it becomes scary there Isis attacked captured the road there they took the city sadly
    1. donavi49
      donavi49 25 October 2015 09: 58 New
      +2
      Well the road was recaptured in a day. True thrown KUDS and Iranian Airborne Forces (55 parachute division). The KUDS themselves stated that they successfully drove off the broads, and parachutists, according to the obituary, were a fighter.

      Another thing, judging by the photos posted by the broads, they only lost in the infantry and rear guard on the Mitsubishi. And they managed to take out all the equipment + trophies and prisoners.


      Moreka lost two villages (or urban settlements). It cannot be called otherwise foolishness and stupidity, because of the threat of the highway informing Morek, and therefore the entire plan for the distribution of the broads. Which really stumbled upon the TOU Valley, getting up a little less than completely. However, it’s bad to sleep with tanks and light equipment in one of the most saturated with artillery and aviation areas. Jude al-Aqsa was already buried (in the morning they posted on tweeters, saying that Al-Russi would fly in, it was necessary to leave so that senseless losses would not be borne, and Al-Russi would not fly in by lunchtime and they began to dig in).


      And so they 23 immediately launched both villages

      1. g1v2
        g1v2 25 October 2015 15: 39 New
        +1
        Yeah, the Syrians Lahay overslept. Why didn’t they call the turntables for support? Okay, I think that today our VKS will work for the broads - maybe it will be pulled off. Although the more they abut against al-latamines, the more losses they will suffer, the more reserves and bq they will burn. Under Aleppo, the Persians and Hezam will be easier. The forces of the Baboons are far from endless, and even more so, Bk is not enough for all sections of the front.
        1. msm
          msm 25 October 2015 17: 06 New
          -1
          Yes, they don’t care - turntables or turntables ... They are all cowards ... We must dump it from there!
    2. Alexart
      Alexart 25 October 2015 10: 03 New
      +3
      Given the fact that Syria was in the ring of preying terrorists until September 30, it is impossible to control ALL the Syrian army at once at this stage.
      Some of the most dull will play resistance for a long time.
      You just need to look at the very positive dynamics in general.
      With the advent of the Russian Aerospace Forces and the Iranian Guard, events will develop rapidly.
  20. doom25
    doom25 25 October 2015 10: 11 New
    -1
    Quote: AlexArt
    Given the fact that Syria was in the ring of preying terrorists until September 30, it is impossible to control ALL the Syrian army at once at this stage.
    Some of the most dull will play resistance for a long time.
    You just need to look at the very positive dynamics in general.
    With the advent of the Russian Aerospace Forces and the Iranian Guard, events will develop rapidly.


    Yes, aviation has not yet greatly affected the course of the war
    1. parafoiler
      parafoiler 25 October 2015 10: 21 New
      0
      Do you understand something in the combat use of aviation ?!
  21. Reptiloid
    Reptiloid 25 October 2015 10: 13 New
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    VERY, I hope that Putin and Assad came up with ISIS for something unexpected and terrible.
  22. doom25
    doom25 25 October 2015 10: 22 New
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    Quote: Reptiloid
    VERY, I hope that Putin and Assad came up with ISIS for something unexpected and terrible.

    I don’t think of something special
  23. veksha50
    veksha50 25 October 2015 11: 07 New
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    "strikes, as a rule, are carried out simultaneously in different areas on the territory of Syria" ...

    That's right ... So that they don’t know where to run, to escape ...
  24. roskot
    roskot 25 October 2015 11: 18 New
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    No one promised an easy walk. But in the end, the Syrians will win. Behind them is the truth.
  25. Vlad5307
    Vlad5307 25 October 2015 11: 45 New
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    "The General emphasized that airstrikes on objects are applied only if their affiliation to the Islamic State is reliably confirmed."
    But this is not entirely correct - we must bluntly say that the one who is fighting with weapons against the legitimate government and the President of Syria is a terrorist, and will be destroyed according to the laws of wartime! No need to assent to the Western Jewish shit democracy and look for some kind of "moderate" opposition there! Opposition m. only political, not armed, and fueled and trained by foreign instructors, waging war against the majority of the people of Syria and destroying the country's economy to please foreign states! If they want to be an opposition, and even moderate, they must at least lay down their arms and surrender to the legitimate authorities, and at the very least declare that they are on the side of government and fight against IS, Al-Qaeda, and other evil spirits by an extremist. am
  26. tommy717
    tommy717 25 October 2015 11: 48 New
    +1
    24.10.15. Message from military columnist Boris Rozhin ("colonelcassad"). To the south of Aleppo, things are developing most favorably for Assad. The offensive is successfully developing to the south and southeast. If to the north of Aleppo the rebel troops fled under the onslaught of the Caliphate, then here they are retreating under the onslaught of Assad's troops. Every day, new settlements are liberated, and so far the rebels have failed to stabilize the front. In general, this is the most successful site for Assad after moving north of Al-Bahsah.

    But not so simple. The Caliphate and Al-Nusra did not just negotiate. Apparently, an agreement was reached on a joint operation against Assad, which followed on October 23. From the desert areas, a single route was struck, through which supplies the group holding Aleppo and leading the offensive on Kuweyris and the southern regions of Aleppo.

    Using suicide bombers, light armored vehicles and infantry, the Caliphate and An-Nusra attacked the highway at once in several sections, defeating several roadblocks and disrupting the supplies of the Assad group of Assad. It can be stated that Al-Nusra is farther and farther away from the pro-Western rebels and is gradually entering the orbit of the Caliphate. The logic of the war will continue to push the most radical groups towards an alliance with the "black banners."

    Since the route was cut off at a number of points, blocking it for 5-7 days can lead to critical interruptions in the supply of the northern group of the Syrian army. Therefore, in the next 1-2 days, active battles for this route should be expected using the reserves of the Syrian army in the central regions of the country and the intensification of the bombing of these areas by Russian aircraft. Since the terrain here is deserted and there are no significant fortifications, the task of restoring full control over this route is quite solvable. On the other hand, the Caliphate thus clearly demonstrates that Assad obviously does not have enough available forces to hold all these many fronts, cities and enclaves and will hit these weak points. Given the presence in the military leadership of the Caliphate of generals who still served with Saddam Hussein and graduated from Soviet academies, such nasty things from the Caliphate can be expected.
  27. tommy717
    tommy717 25 October 2015 11: 50 New
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    24.10.15. A message from the military observer Boris Rozhin ("colonelcassad") The Caliphate will somehow be in profit from this operation - if control is not immediately restored, Assad’s successful operations near Aleppo begin to stop, his return will require the transfer of troops that may be needed elsewhere, which will ease Assad’s pressure on the rebels or the Caliphate. On the whole, it’s a very competent move, which, among other things, is a click on the nose of our propaganda, which was already buzzing about the victory over ISIS, although only now a full-scale battle with the Caliphate’s troops began near Aleppo and it’s quite clear that it will be much more difficult to defeat the Caliphate, rather than chasing pro-Western rebels. For the umpteenth time, it can be noted that the Caliphate continues to be underestimated quite strongly in our country, considering it only the most powerful group of terrorists, which is extremely far from reality.

    It is also worth noting the very latest news that in the battles near Aleppo one of the leaders of An-Nusra died.

    The offensive on a large cauldron north of Homs is also developing extremely slowly. Despite the active work of Russian aviation, there is no serious progress at the moment. It is not possible to cut it into two parts, as a result of which Assad’s troops are essentially squeezing militants from villages on the borders of the boiler, slowly reducing its territory. Attacks come from different directions in attempts to find weak spots in the enemy’s defense.
  28. tommy717
    tommy717 25 October 2015 11: 52 New
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    24.10.15. Message from military columnist Boris Rozhin ("colonelcassad") By October 23, the rebels in the western part of the cauldron were slightly pressured.

    Where this succeeds, there is progress and reports on the next liberated settlements. Such tactics are guaranteed to bring minor tactical victories, but do not solve the main problems associated with the elimination of the boiler and the unblocking of the Homs-Ham track. The pace of advancement of the Syrian army here is even slower than in the mountains of Latakia.

    The offensive in the mountainous regions north of Latakia is developing extremely slowly. During the day, the troops advanced another 1-2 kilometers, capturing a couple of settlements. After the transfer of additional special forces and artillery forces in the Salma area, they managed to reach the outskirts of Salma, but there is no talk of the capture of the city yet - protracted battles are expected in residential buildings and mountainous terrain. Both sides suffer serious losses in people and technology.

    The collapse and deorganization of the rebel defense is not observed here, which is facilitated, among other things, by resource support from abroad, which is pumped through the province of Idlib. The offensive of the Syrian army in this direction has in the future an ambitious goal - to occupy part of the province and impede the supply of arms and mercenaries in Syria. Capturing a mountainous area is the key to starting operations in Idlib. But it will be very difficult to break through the rebel positions in the mountains. Without Russian air support, this will not be possible at all.
    To the east of the mountainous region, in the north of the Hama province, Assad’s offensive also lost pace - the offensive stalled at Sirmania, El Latamine cauldron was never formed. Moreover, in a number of sectors, the rebels launched counterattacks using armored vehicles.

    These attacks were generally repelled (nevertheless, according to some sources, the Syrian army lost 1, according to other sources, 2 villages were previously repulsed by the rebels), but such activity suggests that despite the forced retreat of the rebels, controllability of troops remains and they can show activity. In general, Assad’s success in this area is very moderate.
  29. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 25 October 2015 12: 00 New
    +1
    Whoever writes, but the devils will not pass, definitely!
  30. Denis Skiff
    Denis Skiff 25 October 2015 13: 12 New
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    Quote: yuriy55
    I would like to see the targeted use of these weapons by terrorists (a video eight years ago):

    Apply. At night, a swan will fly in and drop. Where will dump, we will not specify.
  31. Bijo
    Bijo 25 October 2015 16: 15 New
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    "What March, it was only recently shouted that ISIS would be defeated before November. The gentlemen of Napoleon changed plans."
    And what are the plans for our leadership in Syria? Who knows these plans? Well, besides the standard ones, the fight against terrorism. Is maintaining the territorial integrity of Syria a part of the Kremlin’s plans? But in general, is it real now? Is not a fact. Given the depletion of the Syrian army, they’ll take Aleppo, then negotiations may take place, for example, the creation of some kind of Syrian Arab federation.
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 25 October 2015 19: 02 New
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      Our VKS will be there until the complete destruction of ISIS terrorists, moderate and various moderately immoderate.