Syrian army, with the support of the VKS, rejected the Islamists from Latakia

Syrian army units together with the militia and with the support of the Russian aviation occupied the village of Gmam, located 25 km north-east of Latakia, the correspondent reports from the scene RIA News.




The village of Gmam is of strategic importance: the militants in it controlled the road leading to the Turkish border and the Syrian city of Jisr al-Shugu. In addition, shelling of the city of Latakia was carried out from this village.

According to the representative of the Syrian command, “the capture of the village was complicated by deep tunnels dug by militants in its vicinity, but the Russian strike aircraft with the help of powerful 250-kilogram air bombs managed to cause noticeable damage to the fortifications of terrorists.” Islamist artillery also suffered from air strikes.

“When attacking an army village, the fighters of the local self-defense forces helped a lot - these are local residents who know every road in the district,” the Syrian general said.

Now in the village is the army artillery, which is shelling the slope of a neighboring mountain and a hollow between the mountains, where the militants are.

“The village of Dygmashli is located in the hollow, less than a kilometer from Gmam, now the militants' snipers are there. We are firing at them and are preparing to knock them out of Dygmashli, ”said the representative of the Syrian army.
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  1. fox21h 9 November 2015 15: 46 New
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    Now the arrogant Saxons will again express their concern that we bombed the wrong ones and not there ...
    1. 79807420129 9 November 2015 15: 49 New
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      Quote: fox21h
      Now the arrogant Saxons will again express their concern that we bombed the wrong ones and not there ...

      If they express, then we got to where we need to, well done.
      1. EGOrkka 9 November 2015 15: 53 New
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        .... for the second time they take Gmum .... difficult fights .... mountains
        1. MIKHAN 9 November 2015 16: 00 New
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          Everything is going fine ... Yes, not fast! But the main ones are already working .. to beat the leaders and equipment, and the rest will run away!
          1. Kurdalagon 9 November 2015 18: 45 New
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            What is normal? It's not fast already the 4th year is coming! If earlier, when the Syrian army was twice as large, it could not really block the borders to stop the flow of militants from Turkey, Iraq and Jordan, now it is even more so. It is possible to drive the Ishilovites from Aleppo and Palmyra to infinity, and thousands more are being prepared in the camps. So far, the United States, Qatar and the CA consider this project cost-effective. Maybe Iran, Iraq, Egypt will help ... if not ... I don’t even know.
        2. GradusHuK 9 November 2015 17: 55 New
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          Pinocchio to help them!
      2. volot-voin 9 November 2015 16: 20 New
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        Quote: 79807420129
        If they express, then we got to where we need to, well done.

        If the enemy scolds, then this is the best assessment of actions) Good luck in the battle and a speedy victory for our VKS and allies.
      3. kodxnumx 9 November 2015 17: 34 New
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        Well waters and okay!
    2. Samaritan 9 November 2015 16: 03 New
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      As always, the report on 09.11. Plus Iraq and Yemen:
      1. Samaritan 9 November 2015 16: 05 New
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        And a short video about the battles:
        1. Phantom Revolution 9 November 2015 18: 26 New
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          Quote: Samaritan
          And a short video about the battles:

          on 2: 41 if I'm not mistaken a new helmet.)
    3. nadezhiva 9 November 2015 16: 15 New
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      Quote: fox21h
      Now the arrogant Saxons will again express their concern that we bombed the wrong ones and not there ...

      Even worse. The Poles have lost their last mind.
      Former President of Poland and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Lech Walesa said he was ready to mediate in the Syrian settlement, but only if he felt the Russian armed forces behind him.

      “Theoretically, this (mediation in Syria) can be considered. But I have no executive capacity. I have nothing to scare them (parties to the conflict). I need a Russian army. If the Russian army stands behind me, then I will do it, ”said a politician at RIA Novosti.
      1. Saratoga833 9 November 2015 21: 07 New
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        In matters of mediation, I think we will understand without the snotty Valens! And then I imagined myself a navel of the earth!
      2. sharp-lad 10 November 2015 00: 03 New
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        Guys! If your whole army stands behind me, even the Americans will speak respectfully quietly next to me, without slanting eyes! laughing
    4. Civil 9 November 2015 17: 28 New
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      The mountainside with the village should be taken - this will be a strategic success)
  2. Same lech 9 November 2015 15: 46 New
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    however, Russian attack aircraft with the help of powerful 250-kilogram bombs managed to inflict noticeable damage on the fortifications of terrorists


    Obviously ... without air support it is impossible to take a well-fortified object without heavy losses ....

    Syrians can finally reduce their losses to acceptable numbers.
    1. sever.56 9 November 2015 15: 50 New
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      http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2015/647/orie682.png
    2. sharp-lad 10 November 2015 00: 05 New
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      to acceptable numbers.
      To a minimum! Acceptable loss of their soldiers and citizens - 0!
    3. sharp-lad 10 November 2015 00: 05 New
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      to acceptable numbers.
      To a minimum! Acceptable loss of their soldiers and citizens - 0!
  3. Vladimirets 9 November 2015 15: 47 New
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    Slowly, little by little, they press the adversaries, well done. good
  4. venaya 9 November 2015 15: 48 New
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    Gmam settlement is of strategic importance: the militants in it controlled the road leading to the Turkish border

    This is already the case, the most important strategic targets should be captured first, given the not-so-large number of government troops.
    1. padded jacket 9 November 2015 15: 56 New
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      Well done, of course, everything will not be so simple because the terrorists have been atrocious for four and a half years on the land of Syria with the support of the USA, Israel, Turkey, the CA and so on, but they will surely win. .
  5. Yellow white 9 November 2015 15: 49 New
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    Drive them out of the country, then from Iraq, push them to the water and .....
    But this is all speculation, let's see how it goes hi
    1. NEXUS 9 November 2015 16: 40 New
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      Quote: Black and White
      Drive them out of the country, then from Iraq, push them to the water and .....
      But this is all speculation, let's see how it goes hi

      There is still a lot of work there. Afghanistan, Yemen, Iraq ... Well, it is very necessary for Iran to open a second front.
      1. alone 9 November 2015 17: 52 New
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        Quote: NEXUS
        and it is very necessary that Iran open a second front.

        Iran will not open. Nearby Afghanistan. Iranians are not stupid. If they could open, they would open long ago.
  6. iliitchitch 9 November 2015 15: 50 New
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    Fuck shaitans, let them knock to the bases in Turkey, where they came from. Then - the border to the castle.
  7. Trigger-Happy 9 November 2015 15: 51 New
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    Smoke these worms with volume-detonating ammunition! Rather, bury them in these holes, so as not to stink in the sun.
  8. Wolverine 9 November 2015 15: 54 New
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    Well done, and the kid in the photo in a black bandana looks like our Russian. what
  9. slizhov 9 November 2015 15: 54 New
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    How long has this Shushera demonstratively walked with knives, knelt the peasants and cut their heads ..?
    Now these bearded ones are lying in layers in their underground fortified areas at great depths and someday, during excavations, they will be surprised why they crawled there ???
  10. DMoroz 9 November 2015 15: 57 New
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    And first, government troops Pts. attacked on a wide front, now they have embarked on the capture of strategic points. You can see not only our videoconferencing there, but also advisers are present in the Syrian army
    only a distance of 25 km from Latakia is alarming ...
    1. voyaka uh 9 November 2015 16: 26 New
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      Because Assad prayed for urgent help, because his native
      Latakia was threatened by militant occupation.
      1. EGOrkka 9 November 2015 16: 33 New
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        ..... it is clear that without "your divine" participation ..... it would be easier for him ... bully
  11. KG_patriot_last 9 November 2015 15: 58 New
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    I understand everyone and journalists who care about high-profile headlines and various patriots who are always ready to cheer for any success.

    But should there be sensible editors on a military site? Nothing that this Gum was already taken 2 weeks ago, and exactly with the same headlines have articles already been published? And during this time, fighters managed to recapture him without any concrete-slaughter bombs and aircraft? Such headlines simply demean all the achievements of the army. Well, the second time it was possible to just dryly say that this way and again and again regained control of Gham ...
    1. Same lech 9 November 2015 16: 11 New
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      And during this time, fighters managed to recapture him without any concrete-slaughter bombs and aircraft?


      Well, the army took the GMAM and moved on ... there is no one to defend it ...

      The tactics of squeezing the Syrian army of militants and leads to such incidents ....

      I recall our civil war from BUMBARASH ....

      In the morning the village is occupied by the Reds ... in the afternoon they are beaten out by the White .... at night the white ones are beaten out by the Green ... the next day everything repeats itself.
      1. KG_patriot_last 9 November 2015 16: 45 New
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        Can you indicate on the map exactly where the Syrian army went further? I have not seen a single video or photo of the material, or at least text news about it.

        Personally, I do not mind Syria winning. But I don’t see anything good in such justification and tonality of media coverage.
  12. 31rus 9 November 2015 15: 59 New
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    Very important information "with the support of the self-defense forces", that is, local ones, means they believe and go into battle, and this is an "ideological victory", so there will be no partisans, no "small-town squabbles", it pleases
  13. Abrekkos 9 November 2015 16: 13 New
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    Quote: KG_patriot_last
    I understand everyone and journalists who care about high-profile headlines and various patriots who are always ready to cheer for any success.

    But should there be sensible editors on a military site? Nothing that this Gum was already taken 2 weeks ago, and exactly with the same headlines have articles already been published? And during this time, fighters managed to recapture him without any concrete-slaughter bombs and aircraft? Such headlines simply demean all the achievements of the army. Well, the second time it was possible to just dryly say that this way and again and again regained control of Gham ...


    And what?

    People then hawala.

    He was taken five times. They were supposed to establish reliable control there before our deployment.
    In addition, these are native Assad allavite places.

    Honestly, I don’t understand that these Nasras go there all the time? They have nothing special to do with it. They are unlikely to be able to develop an offensive in this sector. They have no large-caliber long-range artillery and there is no where to get it. So for a show off or what? Keep in suspense?
    1. atalef 9 November 2015 16: 29 New
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      He’s been taken five times

      not five at all, but
      9.11.15
      The military, controlled by the Syrian president, with the support of Russian aviation and with the participation of the local militia, expelled the militants from the strategic village of Gmam, 25 kilometers northeast of Latakia. Gmam village in the north of Latakia province and ...


      2.11.15
      A column of militants and ammunition was moving from the Rehaniya-Badrun area to the village of Salma, Mayhub said. He did not specify the number of militants killed. Government forces have established control over the settlements of Gmam and Tel Saryatel, as well as over a number of heights in the area, the general added.

      Read more at RBC:
      http://www.rbc.ru/rbcfreenews/5637aa329a7947629564cecb


      17.4.14
      The Syrian army plans to regain control of most areas currently controlled by militants of opposition groups during a massive phased offensive by the end of 2014. "The Syrian army intends to restore security in Aleppo, Gamma and Daraa to establish its control over 70% of the areas controlled by the militants,"
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    3. EGOrkka 9 November 2015 16: 37 New
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      Abrekkos
      They have no large-caliber long-range artillery and where to get


      .... the country the donor is near, Turkey .... and not for nothing that the flow of oil goes to the donor ... and from there ... and climb. bully
    4. alone 9 November 2015 17: 56 New
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      Quote: Abrekkos
      They have no large-caliber long-range artillery and where to get


      Who told you no?

      The village of Gmam is of strategic importance: the militants in it controlled the road leading to the Turkish border and the Syrian city of Jisr al-Shugu. In addition, shelling of the city of Latakia was carried out from this village.


      What do you think, what did they fire at Latakia? I think not from grenade launchers, but from m-46 and d-20. Syria had such good things in bulk and it is not surprising if the militants had them
      1. Abrekkos 9 November 2015 18: 50 New
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        Yes, no one told me.
        It’s just that I don’t have anything that they could shoot so far I haven’t seen or heard of. In the north, the rebels have heavy weapons. And these are in isolation from supply bases.
        In general, in Syria, a zone 10 km from the front is considered safe from the point of view of shelling (at least from the Assad strona). So this is so to say my humble opinion. I can’t exclude that you are right. It’s just that these guys, in principle, don’t act at great operational depth. Maybe there is something in the coffin.

        But they did not fire at any Latakia from Gamam. This is 20-25 kilometers. There is no direct line of sight. Gamam in the mountains, Latakia below. Militants shoot at closed positions for 20 km. I have not heard of this.
        They from there really could shoot the road to Latakia.

        In Latakia, everything is relatively calm - this is Assad’s stronghold - no one really fires at it — it simply cannot.

        In addition, Latakia is itself a large city. The airfield and our base are generally on the other side.
        1. alone 9 November 2015 19: 32 New
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          Quote: Abrekkos
          But they did not fire at any Latakia from Gamam.

          But the article clearly states that they fired at Latakia from there.

          Quote: Abrekkos
          Gamam in the mountains, Latakia below. Militants shoot at closed positions for 20 km. I have not heard of this.


          I saw m-46,2c3,2c1 in service with the militants, and don’t forget that the Iraqi corps in Mosul left them an arsenal of two divisions. There were 155mm howitzers.
          Quote: Abrekkos
          In Latakia, everything is relatively calm - this is Assad’s stronghold - no one really fires at it — it simply cannot.


          In recent months, it’s been just “fun” from a military point of view. Yes, and apparently the Russian Armed Forces understood the danger of the situation. The capture of Latakia opens the way to Tartus. And it also closed the only way to provide Assad’s troops with Russian weapons. I’m not even talking about what could be the fate of BMTO Tartus of the Russian Navy
  14. v245721 9 November 2015 16: 23 New
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    it proved once again that urgently needed to promote air defense and airborne forces drinks .but you don’t need to talk about the submarine fleet. soldier
  15. GOgaRu 9 November 2015 16: 51 New
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    It is interesting what our MO will undertake if the “black flags” come close to the airfield?
    1. Vadim237 9 November 2015 18: 12 New
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      At the approaches to the base, everything was mined, figs who will pass from the side.
  16. Roman 11 9 November 2015 16: 52 New
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    There are many Talibanuses, all the better ...... to each Talibanus on a bomb by 2016. good
  17. GOgaRu 9 November 2015 17: 12 New
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    It is necessary to withdraw "Kutuzov" from Novorossiysk. To support artillery.
    1. arane 9 November 2015 17: 45 New
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      Quote: GOgaRu
      It is necessary to withdraw "Kutuzov" from Novorossiysk. To support artillery.

      Bliiin, how I like him! Recently, once again wandered through it. The soul of this ship is still alive .....
      That I’m not Abramovich, I would restore it with modernization ......
      1. Catafract 9 November 2015 18: 18 New
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        Quote: arane
        That I’m not Abramovich, I would restore it with modernization ......

        it’s cheaper to build a new one, ships are not written off from a good life.
        1. arane 9 November 2015 18: 25 New
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          Quote: Catafract
          Quote: arane
          That I’m not Abramovich, I would restore it with modernization ......

          it’s cheaper to build a new one, ships are not written off from a good life.

          Definitely cheaper! But for many, this ship is a symbol. Read his story! I know the people who served on it ....
          By the way, unesco heritage seems like the best project in its class
        2. GOgaRu 9 November 2015 20: 22 New
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          it’s cheaper to build a new one, ships are not written off from a good life.

          A new build is more expensive and much more. Kutuzov’s probably also boilers are still in working condition. he seems to have a decent speed. But I think the other 152nd guns to be delivered are not a difficult task. No need to bring it to the state of "super-duper stealth technology." Podshamanit suspension, change guns, stick navigation and forward to the shores of Syria.
          1. GOgaRu 9 November 2015 21: 39 New
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            There is still such an option. Fire Support Ship (CPC). Put a few 2s19 and go.
    2. APASUS 9 November 2015 18: 47 New
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      Quote: GOgaRu
      It is necessary to withdraw "Kutuzov" from Novorossiysk. To support artillery.

      In all of Syria there is no object more expensive than a salvo of Kutuzov’s guns ...........
      1. GOgaRu 9 November 2015 20: 25 New
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        In all of Syria there is no object more expensive than a salvo of Kutuzov’s guns ....

        One KAB-500 aerial bomb. What are the 152 mm discs in stock in short supply?
  18. Army soldier2 9 November 2015 17: 17 New
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    Dear Colleagues! Allow in the comment to do without the long "Hurray !!!".
    Despite the support of the Russian Air Force, there was no significant change in the operational situation. Apparently, the morale of the Syrian army is not high, and the level of training of command personnel is low. If the general, and not the senior sergeant or captain, reports on the capture of the "strategic village" on camera, some conclusions can be drawn. The fighting is mainly in a desert (semi-desert) area, the militants do not have a solid front of defense. Question: if the pace of offensive operations (I intentionally write offensive actions, and not the offensive) does not change, how many years will the Russian Air Force be forced to support the Syrian army?
    Of course, we are in the language of pi ... do it, don’t toss the bags. And there, people do their duty and die.
    We wish the Syrian army military success with minimal losses!
    1. g1v2 9 November 2015 17: 42 New
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      Well, again, people rush to extremes - now zrada, then overpower. request The change in the operational situation occurred after the very fact of our appearance in Syria - the Syrians are no longer afraid that they will be bombed if they advance successfully. Our air defense is already decisively changing the whole picture, and our strikes on logistics, fortified areas and supply of broads press down the weight of the scales even more. The terrain is different - in Latakia, where there is a butting completely Chechen mountains with greenery. There are many more mountainous areas. Plus a lot of development, np densely stuck. Near Damascus - pure Stalingrad with its Pavlov houses and fights for each quarter. PM offensives go differently. Under Aleppo, as I said, there are 2 completely successful offensives at once - every day the Baha'is lose their np there. Kveiris is 2 km away. All of this would not have been possible without our aviation and military hardware. It is a fact . This war is for months, or even more, if you wanted to watch a blitzkrieg, you obviously chose the wrong channel. hi Plus in the ranks of the broads themselves there is a demarcation, often with shooting. The most frostbitten are likely to leave for the IG, and the rest will start shouting that they are moderate and that they cannot be bombed.
      1. Olezhek 9 November 2015 20: 33 New
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        Despite the support of the Russian Air Force, there was no significant change in the operational situation. Apparently, the morale of the Syrian army is not high, and the level of training of commanders is low

        What is happening in Syria is not just a small anti-bitter operation, it is a civil war and there is no end in sight. The power of Assad in Syria is already nominal and supported artificially by the VSRF and Iran, from the former troops there already in the 5 years of war there were miserable remains,


        Yes, yes - 5 years they lasted. Despite everything. When everyone had already decided that Assad Khan appeared on the scene of the Russian Aerospace Force. The war will continue. But, you see, no one was going to endlessly sponsor the militants ...
        And the victory is floating away. There will be bargaining negotiations and war.
  19. Algetxnumx 9 November 2015 17: 35 New
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    Quote: GOgaRu
    It is necessary to withdraw "Kutuzov" from Novorossiysk. To support artillery.

    Yeah and Aurora before the heap, strategist damn fool
  20. Abrekkos 9 November 2015 17: 49 New
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    Quote: GOgaRu
    It is interesting what our MO will undertake if the “black flags” come close to the airfield?


    When the enemy approaches the aerodrome at a distance of 15-20 km, it will be almost impossible to keep the base for a long time. MANPADS and barreled Wed-wars of air defense will take off planes on the final approach.

    If they approach the airfield, then only when there will be nothing of value at the airfield.

    This is the army. And in the army there is a headquarters and plans for all scenarios of events are developed and communicated to anyone in advance. At least where something happened to go and with whom to establish a chain of communication bring to everyone arriving at the object.

    In the worst case scenario, the defense is obviously held by the available forces (there are enough of them), the aircraft flies away and the BDK takes the remaining ones. But this option is possible only when Assad’s troops side with the rebels, which is extremely unlikely. Other folding options without such stiffness.



    In a word, there is no reason. Everything is provided.
    1. Vadim237 9 November 2015 18: 15 New
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      There is no sense to climb the militants there, since they will become one hundred percent dead.
    2. Olezhek 9 November 2015 20: 11 New
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      When the enemy approaches the aerodrome at a distance of 15-20 km, it will be almost impossible to keep the base for a long time. MANPADS and barreled Wed-wars of air defense will take off planes on the final approach.

      Garbage question: the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation is much higher firepower.
      They just burned on the approaches.
      Small groups wanting to shoot catch the marines.
      Relax bully
  21. dchegrinec 9 November 2015 18: 29 New
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    Russia needs to strive to ensure that no one can hide from punishment for crimes.
  22. atamankko 9 November 2015 19: 04 New
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    Only cats give birth quickly, but blind kittens are born, this is war.
  23. Anisim1977 9 November 2015 19: 23 New
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    In the mountains, the broads cannot hold out for long - the aviation is there, the BC seems to have no real problems and there are all kinds of hospitals, and there is nothing else in the mountains to keep up.
  24. lexibook 9 November 2015 19: 54 New
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    I don’t understand one thing, if we are participating in hostilities, dropping expensive bombs (experts estimate expenses in the region of $ 5 million per day), SAA is our ally. So I am ashamed to watch these poor fellows fight old T-55s and go like ragged men. Maybe we don’t have to bomb for a week, but it’s better to sprinkle 50-100 old T-72s with them, bigger mortars, bumblebees, RPGs, clothes, unloading helmets in the end. But it really seems that we went in to talk and tell Obama, we’re cool too, we can organize the operations just like you. It’s a shame, comrades, here you can see the Asadians shooting a cannon from a beaten shaitan gun on a roller)) well, shame, where are the new screw cutters, where are the mortars ??? Arta where ??? The most basic thing!
    Most interesting, the voices of our spotters are heard on many commercials, so it means they’re substituting their guys, you say, let's beat out fighters with TOW on the old T-55 rubbish, it's disgusting to watch!
  25. Abrekkos 9 November 2015 20: 18 New
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    But the article clearly states that they fired at Latakia from there.


    A lot of things are also written on the fence. You do not believe this recklessly. I was there in these "last months." I have a cloud of people and now there and I don’t care how they are doing there, I am interested. Maybe soon again. The article messed up something. Maybe the province of Latakia was mixed up with the city of Latakia. Maybe the road to Latakia with Latakia itself.

    Quote: lonely

    I saw m-46,2c3,2c1 in service with the militants, and don’t forget that the Iraqi corps in Mosul left them an arsenal of two divisions. There were 155mm howitzers.


    Where did you see him? In the mountains of Latakia or on TV in Iraq? Images from Palestine will easily be shown on TV and on the Internet and they will say that it is Iraq. They can show the militants and say that this is the Syrian army and vice versa. Then it is possible in Iraq. SSA definitely has. But what does the mountains of Latakia have to do with it? Can you imagine what it is now to deliver a heavy artillery system from one part of Syria to another? How many borders and territories need to be crossed? And in each territory such a cow is needed by himself.

    Quote: lonely
    In recent months, it’s been there just “fun” from a military point of view. Yes, and apparently the Russian Armed Forces understood the danger of the situation. The capture of Latakia opens the way to Tartus.


    Where was the fun? in Latakia? Switch to someone else ...
    I believe that they did not fire. You think you fired. Well, God bless him. What is there, a thing of the past.
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    eh, to cover this hornet’s nest with sunshine or a pinocchio, indulge in the most do not indulge, but local residents feel sorry ...