:BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:20 A.M.) – A new video was released this week that showed the Russian Special Forces retrieving the body of a fallen comrade circa 2015.

According to the video, the Russian Special Forces retrieved the body of a fallen soldier that was killed during an Islamic State (ISIS) in an undisclosed area.

As shown in the video below, the Russian Special Forces moved through desert terrain to reach the remains of their fallen comrade:

When a Russian soldier is killed in Syria, the high command in Moscow makes it a top priority to retrieve the remains of these fallen military personnel.

Previously, a Russian pilot was killed while flying over the Idlib Governorate; his remains were given to the Russian military by their Turkish allies.

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Deo Cass
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Turkey is no ally to Russia. It is a NATO anti-Russia ally.

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I’m not sure that if Turkey was under attack, many in NATO would move their a$$es for Turkey, dropping Turkey from NATO is on the table for a while… Note that USA refuses to deliver F-35 and other serious gear to Turkey because purchase of S-400… Meanwhile, India or Vietnam etc have a waiver to the CAATSA law, so they can buy S-400, Flankers or whatever Russian gear they want and also US gear at the same time, and they’re not NATO at all… The truth about Turkey REAL alliances is very different : They’re in the 3 evils :… Read more »

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Françoise LAGATHU

Non, c’est un allié dissimulé de L’OTAN

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Françoise LAGATHU

The music seems irish, the best music to free peoples!

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prince teutonic

Music is from motion picture Black Hawk Dawn…

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The Russian military personnel are a professional army. Compare and contrast Russian vs Kurds and you’ll note significant difference. in a nutshell the Russians perform their duties in a dignified manner and have earned the local civilians respect. On the other hand you have the Kurds who lack the technical abilities such as repairing and operating dams, building bridges, and roads/infrastructures. Respect is earned and it will not be obtained by Kurdish heavy handed tactics. Kurds behave like the garden variety mobsters / gangsters and will be about as successful as their brethren in Iraq. There are to MANY EXAMPLES… Read more »