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Servicemen of the Special Forces Division of the Armed Forces of Russia providing security of the visit of the Russian delegation (political experts and journalists) to Palmyra.

Syria, 09/18/2019.

Photo: A. Kotz.

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An employee of Russian SF unit while accompanying representatives of foreign media in the Syrian Arab Republic.

Khan Sheikhun city, Idlib province.

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   Russia and China vetoed a UN Security Council resolution calling for a ceasefire in Idlib. The resolution was put forward by Belgium.

   Russia's position is simple - the resolution serves as a tool to rescue militants operating in Idlib /.../ This approach was supported by China, although 12 other participants voted for the resolutions with 1 abstaining (Equatorial Guinea also decided not to support Syrian al-Qaeda).

 

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   Major Sergei Igorevich Chernyshov - sniper, senior operative of the 9th branch of the Directorate "A" of the TsSN FSB of Russia during a trip to Syria.

 

   Graduate of the special forces department of the Moscow Border [guard] Institute. Immediately after the university, Sergey left to serve in the North Caucasus in the special forces unit of the Border Administration of the FSB of Russia.

   Six years later, in 2012, he was enrolled in the Directorate “A” and became a sniper.

 

   Sergey Chernyshov was a mountaineering instructor, a gas rescuer, had a large number of parachute jumps. During his service, he repeatedly traveled to South Ossetia, Chechnya, Dagestan, Ingushetia, as well as the Syrian Arab Republic.

 

   He died on September 22, 2016 during a special operation in the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic. Posthumously awarded the Order of Merit to the Fatherland, IV degree, with swords.

 

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   Major Chernyshov Sergey Igorevich - senior operative of the 9th branch of the Directorate “A” of the TsSN FSB of Russia after a special operation in the village of Gimry

   Untsukulsky district of the Republic of Dagestan.

 

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1 hour ago, Beer said:

Where are all those PASGT helmets from? 

   On otvaga people semi-identified equipment as commercial grade.  Body armor and helmets are not from us, carrier is some kind of Chinese-made thing.

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   The Syrian army, with the support of the fighters of the special operations forces of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, launched a large-scale operation in the Syrian desert to eliminate the remnants of the Islamic State gangs. Such actions are caused by the number of incidences of terrorist attacks in eastern Homs and in Deir ez-Zor province.

   The Russian special forces, acting in isolation from the main forces, carry out reconnaissance in the Hamima region (east of Palmyra), establishing the location of the “blacks”. After that, to destroy the bases of the IS militants, attack helicopters of the Russian Aerospace Forces are called up and subunits of the SAR Armed Forces are sended, which complete search and destroy.

   Probably, the active participation of Russian special forces in this operation was caused by the recent terrorist attack on a joint Russian-Syrian convoy committed north of the city of Al-Sukhna. According to unconfirmed information, during the clash, 4 servicemen of the Russian Defense Ministry were injured.

 

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On 9/25/2019 at 9:14 PM, Beer said:

According to Konashenkov Hmeimym AD shot down 13 drones and 30 rockets in the past four months. 

Additional info. 58 UAV shot down in 2019 so far. 60 in whole 2018. 

 

Since the attacks achieved zero success this quote pops up... 

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Albert Einstein : “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”

 

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