The Syrian Arab Air Force has delivered up to 40 air strikes on targets beloning to Jabhat Fatah al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian al-Qaeda branch) and its allies in the northern part of Homs province.
The air strikes were reported near the villages of Taybat Al-Imam, Helfaya, Kafr Zita and Morek and along the Aleppo-Hama highway.
Screenshots from the video (Su-24, Su-22, Ka-28 and Iranian Ababil-3 unmanned aerial vehicle):
They’re using Kamov helicopters for bombing? Is it because they lost too many Mi-8’s early in the war?
Testing the abilities of the choppers.
It is well known that the regime is using non-attack helicopters to drop bombs.
The Mi-8 isn’t an attack helo either.
But using Ka-28 as bombers might be a first in the Syrian Civil War.
The Su 22 may have dropped a parachute FAB 500 Possibly Syria is working up something to Loiter and return to target.