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Friday, April 21, 2017

ABC: Syria Moves Warplanes to Russian-Controlled Airbase

Syrian warplanes that were stationed at the airbase attacked by the United States two weeks ago have since been relocated to another base in Syria that is used by the Russian military.

According to ABC News, aircraft not destroyed in the April 7 Tomahawk missile strike are now parked at Khmeimim Air Base, just south of the Syrian port city of Latakia. The military installation currently houses Russian military planes, jets, helicopters, tanks, and other artillery.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

There were only 2 planes at that airfield to begin with... Google even shows that... It was abandoned before they even sent missiles to hit the airfield...