M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicles are stowed inside a ferry

The US-led coalition to defeat the Islamic State terror group (banned in Russia) plans to deploy Bradley fighting vehicles to northeast Syria to protect its troops, Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve (CJTF-OIR) spokesman Col. Wayne Marotto said in a press release on Friday.

“CJTF-OIR plans to position mechanized infantry assets, including Bradley Fighting Vehicles, to Syria to ensure the protection of Coalition forces and preserve their freedom of movement so they may continue Defeat Daesh operations safely,” Marotto said in the release.

Source: Sputnik

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Mila3030
Mila3030
2020-09-19 23:22

The Bradlys appearance now in NE Syria has nothing to do with terrorists and everything to do with responding to the Russian/US road battles. This is an intimidation tactic.

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jens holm
2020-09-19 01:48

The Bradly seemes to be a good but not a new way to have heavy armed infantery.

We will se if its a good solutions. As I reacall it, it is in 2 models.