BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:00 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) uncovered a large weapons cache that was left behind by the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) in the recently liberated Al-Safa region.
According to a military report, the Syrian Army uncovered a large quantity of weapons that were left inside a former Daesh base in the Al-Safa volcanic region.
Among the weapons left behind by Daesh were a plethora of U.S.-made anti-tank missiles, mines, automatic rifles, and ammunition boxes.
The Syrian Army seized at least 12 U.S.-made TOW and TOW-2 anti-tank missile systems, 132 units of 82-mm mines produced in the former Czechoslovakia, 43 units of 60-mm mines made in Jordan, and 14 U.S.-made M-16 automatic rifles.
Below is the video footage of the weapons cache that was seized by the Syrian Army during their recent combing operation in Al-Safa: