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BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:05 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) recent success in northern Hama can be attributed to the return of the Russian Air Force’s presence above the skies of this province.

Flying out of the Hmaymim Military Airbase in the Latakia Governorate city of Jableh, the Russian Air Force conducted several airstrikes in the northern Hama countryside on Wednesday, killing and wounding several jihadist combatants.

According to opposition activists, the Russian Air Force conducted over 110 airstrikes in the northern Hama countryside on Wednesday; this paved the way for the Syrian Arab Army to recover several important points north of the provincial capital.

Not only did they help the Syrian Armed Forces advance in northern Hama on Wednesday, but the Russian airstrikes also helped repel the jihadist rebel counter-offensive to recapture Point 50 north of Qomhana.

With the Russian Air Force launching airstrikes above northern Hama, the Syrian Arab Army has once again regained the initiative in the province, allowing them to recover the territory they lost to Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham.

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Daeshbags Sux
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As I already pointed many times, serious air support is needed and should be permanently available on very short notice on all fronts, actually, it should be permanently loitering over all fronts.
It’s not without reason that many people with understanding of aerial strategies want propeller aircraft back for boots air support!

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Nestor Arapa

Comparto su opinión.

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Stern Daler

Absolutely. I saves many lives to have that.

p.s. But they waun’t listen, mon général. Blink.

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@ Daeshbag,

I tend to agree with your propeller aircraft proposal. I herewith include a link to some French aircraft of that design that are naturally the best.

https://search.aol.co.uk/aol/image?q=french+ww1+aircraft&s_it=img-ans&imgId=3CA6B73583E86F6C61246F1F6DA3AB8643C3F400&s_chn=wm&v_t=aoluk-webmail4

I look forward to seeing them in action again very soon.

Vive L’Empereur.

Assad must stay
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Yes vive l’empereur 🙂
But with the stupids politicians the frenches like, that will be a reality soon 🙁

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Oh please. ruaf has lost just about all the image and prestige it had originally gained. This is due to political interference and a serious lack of adequate assets, capability, and policy of engagement.
Majority of this is the fault of political leadership, that appears as confused and as gullible as can be. Can you say Erdogman.