Retaliation | Colonel Cassad


Today, as answer for the downed helicopter, 6 supersonic Tu-22M3s visited the area of Palmyra, and worked on the gathering of militants East of Palmyra.


A large military camp of ISIS terrorists, weapons depots and ammunition as well as armored and other military vehicles destroyed by air strikes by Russian long-range bombers Tu-22M3 in Syria, said the Russian defense Ministry.As yesterday reported, “Russian Spring”, Russia is preparing a Retaliation operation” for in Syria shot down a military helicopter and the death of their pilots.


Today, 12 July, 6 bombers Tu-22M3 bombers took off from airbases in the Russian Federation and attacked high-explosive bombs on military targets of bandits East of Palmyra, es-Sohne and Arak in the province of HOMS.


“As a result of the impact destroyed the large field camp of the militants, 3 warehouses of ammunition and weapons, 3 tanks, 4 infantry fighting vehicles, 8 vehicles equipped with heavy machine guns, and a large number of manpower of the opponent”, — stated in the Russian defense Ministry. The defense Ministry added that the headquarters of the international coalition led by the United States, was notified in advance about the Russian military operation.


Plus a report by Anna news with the crash of the helicopter, which apparently was all the same Mi-35 and not Mi-25, as approved by the Ministry of defence. Disputes about what caused the fall of the machine is still going to the previous missile versions, and added another version of the undermining of defective missiles


In fact, yesterday the sources of Kommersant claimed that the truth about the helicopter is soon to follow. 


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