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(NSFW) Rebel Mistakes Friend for Foe and Shoots Him

Published Nov. 22, 2021

Rebel fighters attacking the Turkmen Mountain in the Latakia region of Syria end up committing fratricide while maneuvering in the middle of an active gunfight.


Members of the Free Syrian Army conducting an assault up the Turkmen Mountain against the Syrian Arab Army showcase their lack of training when an incident of fratricide is captured on camera. The fighters, who appear to be attacking, suddenly change their direction of movement. When the group turns around, one of the fighters who was lagging behind is shot by one of his fellow rebels. In the heat of the moment, these things can happen to anyone, but here I think it was mostly a case of poor to no training.


It doesn't appear as if the rebels are in any sort of close combat in this video. More likely, it seems they are either moving to contact, or moving away from contact, and the fighter who committed friendly fire was most likely just amped up on adrenaline with zero fire control. That, or he just really didn't like that guy.


Either way, this video has a lesson to take away from it. Friendly fire, isn't.


josh brooks

Published Nov. 22, 2021

Rebel fighters attacking the Turkmen Mountain in the Latakia region of Syria end up committing fratricide while maneuvering in the middle of an active gunfight.


Members of the Free Syrian Army conducting an assault up the Turkmen Mountain against the Syrian Arab Army showcase their lack of training when an incident of fratricide is captured on camera. The fighters, who appear to be attacking, suddenly change their direction of movement. When the group turns around, one of the fighters who was lagging behind is shot by one of his fellow rebels. In the heat of the moment, these things can happen to anyone, but here I think it was mostly a case of poor to no training.


It doesn't appear as if the rebels are in any sort of close combat in this video. More likely, it seems they are either moving to contact, or moving away from contact, and the fighter who committed friendly fire was most likely just amped up on adrenaline with zero fire control. That, or he just really didn't like that guy.


Either way, this video has a lesson to take away from it. Friendly fire, isn't.


josh brooks

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