DAMASCUS, SYRIA (2:00 A.M.) – On Thursday, a batch of female units graduated from the Police Academy in Damascus after undergoing extensive training in the past months.

The female police officers could be seen wielding AK-47’s and training for security operations. In total, some 50 ladies signed up to for service with the Syrian police.

The newly graduated police officers are specialized as bodyguards and trained primarily for security purposes. In the future, they will protect high-ranking members of the Syrian Government during public appearances and restore security to newly liberated cities.

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Earlier this week, none other than Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad himself made a surprise visit to the Hama countryside and then traveled to the western coast of Syria to inspect the Russian Airbase in Latakia and meet with high-ranking generals.

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Daeshbags Sux
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They just need as sexy uniforms as North-Korean police women. What they carry are AK-74, not AK-47. AK-74U would or even better, SR-3M Vikhr would be much more adapted for police job and have red-dot fit on would help rapid target aquisition. Note that Putin’s body guards carry SR-3M. Stocks collapsed, they’re only 40cm long, shooting subsonic (for silencer purposes) 9x39mm w.armour piercing core while the external bullet will expand like a hollow point, energy’s on par with .357magnum. Although having less kinetic energy than 5.45×39, except the core that is only going through in case of body armour, stopping… Read more »

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Daeshbags: All what you say is true , but the budget of Mr.Putins bodyguards probably is higher (for every man) than the Syrian budget for the Police. Another point is ammo. You better take the weapon where the ammo is available at each corner.

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Respect !

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Rafik Chauhan

BEAUTIFUL POLICE BODYGAURDS