For the first time since the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) lost the city of Palmyra (Tadmur) to the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) in May of 2015, a Syrian aircraft has landed at the Palmyra Military Airport.

According to a battlefield correspondent that is embedded with the Syrian Armed Forces inside Palmyra, the military aircraft landed on Monday morning, delivering provisions to the soldiers inside this ancient city in central Homs.

With Palmyra liberated, the Syrian Arab Air Force can begin to use this large airbase that has been out of commission for 10 months.

This will be especially important in the coming weeks as the Syrian Armed Forces look to liberate the oil rich town of Al-Sukhanah from the ISIS terrorists and bedoiun tribes that are allied to the aforementioned terrorist group.

No pictures have been released as of yet; however, the Syrian state media will likely post photos later today.

 

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