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The video clip of the two armored vehicles, shot from a drone flying above, first emerged on social media on Feb. 22, 2020, but the actual altercation reportedly took place two days earlier. Observers of the Syrian conflict subsequently determined that the two vehicles had squared off in a field to the west of the town of Nerab in Idlib province. The vehicle that anti-regime forces are driving in this particular incident appears to be a Turkish-made ACV-15, a derivative of the U.S. Armored Infantry Fighting Vehicle (AIFV), a 1970s design based on the venerable M113 armored personnel carrier.
originally posted by: LoveSolMoonDeath
a reply to: Jonjonj
Let's say we do not go in who is right/wrong on this one for now and just ask ourselves, can a war agains't guys like these, supported in a proxy war way by a country wealthy enough to make it last (here Turkey at least)... is there a way to win for Al-Assad government?
originally posted by: ignorant_ape
a reply to: LoveSolMoonDeath
1 - you can only do that for so long - the 2 break contact - just before the vid ends - i wonder what happened next
2 - both crews showed utter inneptitude