BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:30 P.M.) – The commander of the Tiger Forces, Major General Suheil Al-Hassan, was seen arriving at the Nassib Crossing in southern Daraa recently.

Major General Hassan was filmed landing at the Nassib Crossing after a large cache of weapons was seized from the rebel fighters that abandoned this area.

As shown in the video above, the Syrian Army seized a large quantity of weapons that was left behind by the rebel forces that once controlled this strategic crossing.

The Nassib Crossing was previously under the control of the Free Syrian Army’s Southern Front Brigades after they captured this site from the Syrian Arab Army in late March of 2015.

In addition to capturing the Nassib Crossing, the Syrian Army announced the seizure of all the localities between Khirbat Al-Ghazalah and the town of Nassib.

With these localities under their control, the Syrian Army announced on Sunday that they were in full control of the Damascus-Amman Highway.

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I’m not sure if anyone else noticed it but there was a Sparrow missile there. ATM-7D is the designation of a supposedly inert version of that missile for training purposes, but it looks like they have swapped for an active warhead.

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At what moment have you seen an AIM-7D (and not ATM-7D)??? Have I missed it? All I noticed was Sa-2 Guild (S-75 Dvina). Maybe did you mistook S-75 for AIM-7D. AIM-7D is the 1959 version, not an inert one at all and mostly used on aircraft since Sea-Sparrow to launch from ships is a later version (RIM-7M/P) You have Brit (Skyflash), Italian (Aspide) and Chinese (PL-10/LY-60/FD-60/HQ-6/6D/64) copies looking absolutely similar. An AIM-7D seems very dubious for me : they’ve been pased out for loooong, due to ageing components, it’d be VERY unlikely to be still usable, moreover, you’d need the… Read more »

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“massive stockpile of western-made weapons”
=> If we except the TOW launchers and a few other things, it’s mostly a massive stockpile of… Russian-made (or Chinese-made?) weapons…