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    They look like regular troops

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    I always see the Syrians troops with uniforms, unfortunately I cant said the same about the terrorists more than 680 pages confirms the terrorists always attack the government troops in civilians costumes inside civilian buildings.

    And "We no have money for uniforms" it is not a justification, they got money to get weapons from a lot different countries so obviously they also can get cheap uniforms

    If the FSA really want "Protect" his people they should be used uniforms, it is vital for make a difference between the civilians.

    Unfortunately they never be do it because the terrorists cant beat the Syrian Army in open field with conventional military tactics they only can stay into the civilian cities with armed gangs using terrorists tactics using civilian costumes.

    No offense but is what I see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newclone View Post
    No offense but is what I see.
    Marvellous.

    Bytheway pro-regime militiamen also uses civilian clothing. It kind of figures that priority for any insurgency in any conflict is on weaponry, not on uniforms. But well, that is hard to figure out.

    And while we are at the subject, could you explain whether I should or should not consider Belarus partisans terrorists because they did not wear military uniform?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newclone View Post
    Probability ex UCK weapons Via Turkey
    One of the more unrealistic answers I saw

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    I said probability they can get it from a lot deferents choices used the black market but obliviously it come from the Balkans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newclone View Post
    They look like regular troops
    Put the rebels in uniforms and so do they.
    A uniform does not dictate ones course of action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardy404 View Post
    Which kinda gives the impression that the M79 Osa is a game changer for the FSA against the SAA's armor superiority. Same goes for the rebel's SA-24 Strelas against the SyAAF.
    I don't see how M79 Osa is a game changer for the FSA. It is not more effective at combating armor than, say, an RPG-7 + PGO-7 with PG-7VL or PG-7VR warheads, the shortage of which the FSA does not seem to be experiencing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camera View Post
    Can anyone identify the radars?
    P-18


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    Is SAA scoring any victory even in small scale. Do they post their successes like the FSA does?

    Quote Originally Posted by newclone View Post
    Probability ex UCK weapons Via Turkey
    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acheron View Post
    I don't see how M79 Osa is a game changer for the FSA. It is not more effective at combating armor than, say, an RPG-7 + PGO-7 with PG-7VL or PG-7VR warheads, the shortage of which the FSA does not seem to be experiencing.
    By this point FSA is bound to have gotten their hands on AT-14's, AT-5's, AT-4's, RPG-29's, etc. which will all make cheese out of any Syrian army tanks. So yeah M79 doesn't mean mean.

    [*******#333333][FONT=Verdana]Is SAA scoring any victory even in small scale. Do they post their successes like the FSA does?[/FONT][/COLOR]
    It's more or less stalemate since April-July where the FSA made major gains and turned the civil war from localized uprising by poorly armed/coordinated gangs into full-scale rebellion. Both sides are scoring localized victories, though the FSA seems to be taking more facilities as of late then vice versa. In any regard Expect this situation to persist for years.

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    Here's a better look at that Scud captured yesterday in Deir ez-Zor:
    http://wikimapia.org/#lat=35.7078149...4&z=17&l=0&m=b

    Syrian Army rescuing their comrades in a disabled BMP-1 in Jobar, Rif Dimashq (2/23):

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    Quote Originally Posted by gresh View Post
    Here's a better look at that Scud captured yesterday in Deir ez-Zor:
    http://wikimapia.org/#lat=35.7078149...4&z=17&l=0&m=b
    Looks like an instructional model, no ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronguild View Post
    Looks like an instructional model, no ?
    Like Genotype said, probably just used as a cover for Operation Orchard and what they were doing there beforehand. I wouldn't be surprised if it was an instructional model.
    Last edited by gresh; 02-24-2013 at 03:32 AM. Reason: typo

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    Next time read the first post and the warning through out the thread about graphic videos.

    H.
    Last edited by digrar; 06-28-2014 at 08:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al-Bundy View Post
    Is SAA scoring any victory even in small scale. Do they post their successes like the FSA does?
    They won several districts in Homs. But that is about it.

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