The Russian-Syrian coalition forces fought hard on the high ground, supported by Russian Spitfire tanks, and the rebels were suffocated by cloud explosive bombs blocking the hole

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In particular, the Russian-Syrian coalition forces have a headache in the face of mountain warfare. They often regain the top of the mountain on the f

The Russian-Syrian coalition forces fought hard on the high ground, supported by Russian Spitfire tanks, and the rebels were suffocated by cloud explosive bombs blocking the hole

Syrian government forces plunged into a mountain war

July 7, 2019 As the Syrian war in Hama province is still tense, especially the Russian-Syrian coalition forces have a headache in the face of mountain warfare. They often regain the top of the mountain on the first day. That night, the Syrian rebels took advantage of the night to bring the Russian-Syrian coalition forces. Drive out of the mountain, and start again and again. Caused the Russian-Syrian coalition forces in the Hama province to fall for a whileDue to the stalemate, several major commanding heights in Hama Province were on the top of the hill, and the Russian-Syrian coalition forces could not effectively win. The Russian-Syrian coalition forces did not know what tactics the rebels used. Faced with the high-frequency airstrikes of the Russian-Syrian coalition forces, they appeared from hidden underground locations every time, and the Syrian rebels were mostly intact.

The Russian-Syrian coalition forces fought hard on the high ground, supported by Russian Spitfire tanks, and the rebels were suffocated by cloud explosive bombs blocking the hole

Large jackhammers?

The Russian-Syrian coalition forces were at a lossAt the time, the Syrian rebels took the initiative to disclose the specific reasons: the Syrian rebels took the initiative to open a video hidden in the mountains of Hama province. The video showed that the Syrian rebels had formed an engineering battalion and excavated several mountains in Hama province. In particular, many mountain forts and bunkers have been built in the mountains, and even underground tunnels have been built in the mountains. The Syrian rebels revealed how the engineering troops built these tunnels in the mountains: From the analysis of the screen, the Syrian rebels received a large amount of aid from the United States, Germany, Turkey and other excavation engineering equipment, including jackhammers and excavators. Machine, muck machine, etc.

The Russian-Syrian coalition forces fought hard on the high ground, supported by Russian Spitfire tanks, and the rebels were suffocated by cloud explosive bombs blocking the hole

The captured Syrian excavator

The Syrian rebels used tunnel drilling and blasting in the mountains of Hama Province. With the support of the US and Turkish engineering consultants, the Syrian rebels used a large number of local civilians to excavate directly with hoes, pickaxes or pneumatic picks. At the same time, they laid holes in the tunnel and then blasted them, using circular propulsion. In some mountainous areas with uneven ground, pilot tunnels can be dug first, and then expanded to form a full section.

The Russian-Syrian coalition forces fought hard on the high ground, supported by Russian Spitfire tanks, and the rebels were suffocated by cloud explosive bombs blocking the hole

There are even special excavating machinery

After the hole is dug, the road is branched in the mountain. This method is fast to expand and the tunnel is well formed. With the aid of a large number of excellent engineering equipment from the United States, it ensures that the bunkers and underground caves can be quickly Excavation. At the same time, the large mountains in Hama Province of Syria are generally rock solid, and due to the year-round drought, the drainage situation is basically not considered. The caverns built by the rebels are not too large due to cost and manpower issues.

The Russian-Syrian coalition forces fought hard on the high ground, supported by Russian Spitfire tanks, and the rebels were suffocated by cloud explosive bombs blocking the hole

Spitfire tanks are dispatched

Just when the Russian-Syrian coalition forces were still struggling with how to deal with these Syrian rebels, Russia took out its latest weapon against the Syrian rebels hidden in the cave: The Russian army has two flamethrower systems-TOS-1 Buratino and TOC-1A Solntsepe. Russia has improved the TOS-1 flamethrower tank, mainly improving the effect of cloud blasting bombs, and adding weapons to detonate after drilling into the hole , The effect of killing and wounding vitality. TOS-1 Spitfire Tank220mm guided artillery shells with thermobaric or incendiary warheads were still used, making a large number of rebels suffocated alive in the cave, with no survivors.

The Russian-Syrian coalition forces fought hard on the high ground, supported by Russian Spitfire tanks, and the rebels were suffocated by cloud explosive bombs blocking the hole

Spitfire tanks in Syria

Russian TOS-1 spray The fire tank is upgraded with electronic fire control equipment, which can improve the accuracy and efficiency of cloud explosive bombs. The Russian TOS-1 Spitfire Tank also transferred all 220 mm guided shells toWheeled chassis. Such tanks will be able to travel quickly along the road independently and without being restricted by tankers, and reach the designated strike position faster. The transfer of the launcher to the wheeled platform is related to Russia's earlier experience with the TOS-1 Spitfire tank in Syria. With all its advantages, the tracked chassis is not very convenient for specific combat missions in Syria.

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