The Turkish-backed National Front for Liberation (NFL) released on January 30 and 31 several videos of its militants failing to hit equipment and personnel of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) with anti-tank guided missiles (ATGMs).
The first video shows the group’s militants targeting a T-72 battle tank in the al-Sahafyeen complex in the northwestern outskirt of Aleppo city with a U.S.-made TOW ATGM. The missile, however, missed the tank and hit a barrier.
Another video shows NFL militants targeting a T-90 battle tank near the district of al-Rashidin in western Aleppo. The missile again hit a dirt barrier in the front of the tank.
In the third video, the militants can be seen attempting to target a gathering of Syrian troops in the area of al-Klariyah in western Aleppo. However, the missile ended up hitting a barrier.
The NFL is now actively supporting al-Qaeda-affiliated Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and other terrorist group against the SAA, mainly around Aleppo city.
Earlier in January, several reports claimed that the group received fresh ATGM supplies from Turkey. However, this has not been confirmed, so far.