US Special Forces Fighting Alongside the SDF during the Raqqa offensive, Wearing YPG/YPJ Patches

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Recently, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), supported by the US-led coalition, liberated a number of villages from ISIS in Northern Raqqa. Al-Fatsah, Bir Sadr, Bin Hammud, Abu Kabra and Matmasraja are among them.

Initially, there have been reports that some “American fighters”, apparently US special operation forces, are among SDF ranks in order to coordinate the military operation.

However, the recent reports confirm that US special operation forces are participating in the clashes against the ISIS terrorist groups, de-facto, spearheading the Kurdish forces. They wear  YPG/YPJ patches, in an alleged attempt to hide the fact of their presense. However, these guys hardly look as Kurds.

US special forces in Fatisah after it’s taken from ISIS by “the SDF”:

US Special Forces Fighting Alongside the SDF during the Raqqa offensive, Wearing YPG/YPJ Patches

US Special Forces Fighting Alongside the SDF during the Raqqa offensive, Wearing YPG/YPJ Patches

US Special Forces Fighting Alongside the SDF during the Raqqa offensive, Wearing YPG/YPJ Patches

US Special Forces Fighting Alongside the SDF during the Raqqa offensive, Wearing YPG/YPJ Patches

US Special Forces Fighting Alongside the SDF during the Raqqa offensive, Wearing YPG/YPJ Patches

US Special Forces Fighting Alongside the SDF during the Raqqa offensive, Wearing YPG/YPJ Patches

US Special Forces Fighting Alongside the SDF during the Raqqa offensive, Wearing YPG/YPJ Patches

US Special Forces Fighting Alongside the SDF during the Raqqa offensive, Wearing YPG/YPJ Patches

 

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