An army formation executed a night parachute jump covered by warplanes in cooperation with Russian instructors and within the framework of coordination and joint training between the Syrian and Russian friendly armies.
The paratroopers carried out the jump in several stages with full field equipment in cooperation with Russian trainers, and this came as a subsequent step for the first training and the day jump that has taken place recently.
Syrian skillful combatants performed their mission successfully and efficiently in terms of implementing the set plan and reaching the designated places on time in rugged areas.
The joint exercises have shown the extent of harmony between the two friendly sides and the great effectiveness in achieving the desired positive results from these exercises in the context of joint tasks carried out by the two armies in combating and eliminating terrorism.
Army ready to confront aggression
The General Command of the Army and Armed Forces has affirmed that the Syrian Arab Army is fully prepared to confront any possible aggression by the Turkish regime on the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic.
“With the intensification of the provocations practiced by the Turkish regime on the Syrian territories during the past two days and the attacks on different areas and a number of our armed forces’ sites, we affirm that our brave army is ready to confront any possible aggression by this regime and its terrorist organizations,” a military source told SANA.
The Turkish occupation forces and its mercenaries from terrorist organizations have escalated their attacks with heavy artillery and rocket shells throughout the areas adjacent to the areas they occupy in the countryside of Hasaka, Aleppo and Raqqa provinces, which led to casualties among citizens and material damage to the people’s property and infrastructure in those areas, in addition to the displacement of hundreds of families.
This article was edited by The Syrian Observer. The Syrian Observer has not verified the content of this story. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.