BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:30 P.M.) – A number of Russian soldiers were recently photographed taking part in the anti-ISIS operations in the eastern countryside of the Homs Governorate.

These Russian soldiers, who are believed to be military advisers to the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), have been active at the front-lines in central Syria since the Russian Armed Forces entered the war in September 2015.

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Daeshbags-Sux
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The AK is not great for such kind of area, it’d make more sense to carry SVU-AS (with extended magazines?), SVK or the SVCh-8.6, then carry the SR-2 Veresk in a pistol holster for close range high fire rate self defence.
Note that Suheil ‘Tiger’ Hassan always carries a SR-2M. SR-2M is midrange between a SMG and an assault-riffle, such things are called PDW (personal defence weapon).
When you’re in such large open areas, assault-riffles sux big league.

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Karel Vd Geest

All six or seven of those SOF? Will this compensate for the loss of so many Hezbollah and other Iranian proxies?

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Weldon Cheek

Why should they need to die? Of course theres always more can be done but if not for russias political strength and matiriel supply then the situation in syria would be very different now, all who stand against the various forces ranged against syria are equal in what they are accomplishing.

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Yup it will compensate : you don’t know the Spetsnaz 😉
And the Su-34 that is loitering above 😉