BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:30 P.M.) – The U.S. Coalition forces are apparently changing their strategy when confronting Russian troops in Syria after a recent provocation resulted in American troops suffering injuries in the northeastern part of the country.

In a new incident this week, U.S. military choppers were seen circling a Russian army convoy in the Al-Hasakah Governorate, following an apparent encounter with American ground troops.

The video, which was shared by the RusVesna.SU YouTube channel, showed the U.S. choppers quickly approaching the Russian vehicles and circling them on a roadway in the Al-Hasakah Governorate.

“Two American combat helicopters AH-64 Apache, violating the agreements on the interaction of the parties, accompanied the convoy of Russian military personnel,” the channel said.

“Apparently, the command of the International Anti-Terrorist Coalition, after serious physical and mental trauma to its servicemen, does not abandon attempts to control the movement of Russian patrols, only now without creating obstacles on the ground, they added.

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F*ckOff
F*ckOff
2020-09-17 18:23

I bet the Russians have some nice Verba MANPADS in their vehicles just in case those Apaches stray too far.

Last edited 1 month ago by F*ckOff
Fabrizio Adolfo Petralia
Fabrizio Adolfo Petralia
2020-09-17 17:57

Shoot the US-Choppers down!

Panicvectors
Panicvectors
2020-09-17 18:58

So in the whole video, the apaches only briefly made an appearance and they were thousands of meters away…. if the video tried to infer that the videos were shot from apaches and the close fly by’s were apaches, that’s false, those were Russian Hind attack helicopters starring in the video. Not sure what they were trying to convey.

fritz
fritz
2020-09-17 18:59

What the russians start the americans will finish

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aldo ortiz
2020-09-19 02:30
Reply to  fritz

ameridiosts has brain damage…sirya is NOT HOLLYWOOD with superfriends…batman or superman o superjews girl…nononon ooooooooo stop DREAM ON suckers…even NATURE HATE YOU …take a look to JEWMERIKA…..NO B.S

SoleimaniLives4Ever
SoleimaniLives4Ever
2020-09-19 07:18
Reply to  fritz

US always runs away or gets kicked away. Examples are: Vietnam, Afganistan, Syria, Nicaragua, Cuba,