Syrian army claims US-made weapons found in captured militant stores

The Syrian Army discovered a large volume of weapons and ammunition, including US-made missiles, from arms depot in formerly-held positions of the terrorists in the Southern part of Syria.

The Syrian Army’s engineering units found a large cache containing different combat rifles, over 200,000 bullets, large amount of canons, mortar rounds and US TOW missiles together with launching-pads.

The Syrian Army troops also found large number of anti-tank machineguns, rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs), bombs, hand-grenades, drones and night-vision cameras.

In a relevant development in late June, the Syrian Army seized a large amount of weapons and military equipment, including arms and ammunition made in the US and Israel, in areas and military bases formerly held by the terrorists in the surrounding areas of Damascus and Quneitra provinces.

The Syrian Army’s engineering units during their clean-up operations in the towns and villages newly liberated in Southwestern Damascus and Northwestern Quneitra discovered several arms depots which contained large amounts of weapons and military equipment.

Meantime, a military source announced that the Syrian Army units found different kinds of machineguns, combat rifles, RPGs, mortars, canons and grenades which were made in the US.

In a relevant development in May, the Damascus Army seized a large amount of Israel-made weapons and military equipment in areas formerly held by the terrorists in Quneitra province in Southern Syria.

The Syrian Army’s engineering units found several arms weapons and military equipment, including many weapons and military equipment, in the army’s mop-up operation in the towns and villages of Quneitra province.