Video: Government Forces Seized Large ISIS Tank Workshop Near Resafa In Raqqah Province

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Syrian government forces have captured a large ISIS tank workshop near the recently liberated town of Resafa in the province of Raqqah. Government troops have captured a notable number of battle tanks, buldozers and other equipment.

Some screenshots from the video showing the captured battle tanks, buldozers and artillery pieces:

Video: Government Forces Seized Large ISIS Tank Workshop Near Resafa In Raqqah Province Video: Government Forces Seized Large ISIS Tank Workshop Near Resafa In Raqqah Province Video: Government Forces Seized Large ISIS Tank Workshop Near Resafa In Raqqah Province Video: Government Forces Seized Large ISIS Tank Workshop Near Resafa In Raqqah Province Video: Government Forces Seized Large ISIS Tank Workshop Near Resafa In Raqqah Province Video: Government Forces Seized Large ISIS Tank Workshop Near Resafa In Raqqah Province Video: Government Forces Seized Large ISIS Tank Workshop Near Resafa In Raqqah Province Video: Government Forces Seized Large ISIS Tank Workshop Near Resafa In Raqqah Province Video: Government Forces Seized Large ISIS Tank Workshop Near Resafa In Raqqah Province

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  • Kell

    They are in a fair state of disrepair but hopefully can be refurbished and given to NDF or Hez.

    • Wahid Algiers

      Why Hezb? Hezbollah is as strong as a regular army. They preserve good weapons!

    • Daniel Castro

      I don’t know much about tanks, but I do understand something about tractors,,, for me those machines don’t look like they are worth the working hours of a repair team, russia probably has thousands of those tanks in storage in much better shape than that, it might be possible to fix those tanks, but in my opinion they aren’t worth it unless you have no other choice but to deal with them(this was probably the case with ISIS), and even so it would take so much time to repair them that they would only be ready to work after the war is over…

      They might have a lot of spare parts to fix other tanks though… and a lot of metal to melt, which is something syria probably needs a lot…

      • Bob

        Agree, look like spare parts carcasses. Read a while ago that Turkish military engineers had been essential to northern militant’s refurbishment of damaged, abandoned and captured SAA tanks. Wonder how many other foreign military engineers are at work, or ex-military, on contract in Syria?

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  • Blagajne Android

    As Metallica used to say: Kill ‘Em All