BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:00 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) elite Tiger Forces have arrived in the southern part of Damascus after a short deployment in the eastern Qalamoun region.

According to a military source in Damascus, the Tiger Forces are preparing to storm the Yarmouk Camp after receiving orders to deploy to this front from their high command.

The source added that the Tiger Forces are tasked with liberating the entire district from the Islamic State terrorists.

In the next 48 hours, the Tiger Forces are expected to start storming the Yarmouk Camp from several axes, as they look to secure the entire southern Damascus front.

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German

It seems that only Tiger forces are able to make offensive attacks

brdlip
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brdlip

Not quite.
Indeed they’re better selected, equipped, trained, and tightly connected with Ru and Syrian air forces. They undoubtedly are the best shock troops available in Syria (bar the Russian SoF), hence they’re tasked with the most hard to crack nuts.
BUT they’re not the only good shock troops, let go the only good Corp of the Syrian Army.

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My opinion too.
Tigers tactic to completly annihilate the enemy before sending in infantry is still the best. Might be expensive but saves soldiers lifes.
And you don’t need that many green buses (I saw already a shortage as many white buses were in service to provide the journey to paradise).