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(NSFW) Syrian Troops Targeted With Anti Personnel IED

Published Feb. 11, 2022

Footage out of Syria shows the moment a dismounted patrol of Syrian troops is targeted by an anti personnel improvised explosive device (IED) which is command-detonated by nearby rebels.


We received this video with very little background information, but there are solid assumptions to be made based on what is shown. First, the location for the attack was based on continual observation of enemy troop movements. The Syrian military unit likely got complacent and didn't vary their routes or procedures making them predictable in where they go and how they get there. The spot was also chosen because it was a choke point through a stone wall, which forces the maneuvering unit to bunch up and walk onto the X.


Another assumption that can be made here is that the rebel attackers knew they would be targeting dismounted infantry units, rather than hardened armor vehicles, as the ordnance used was minimal. In fact, the device seems to have been poorly placed low in the ditch and the device was not directional in nature. The explosion appears to have blown up and not out in the direction of the targets. The clip ends before we can assess the full damage of the blast, but we are able to see that some of the targeted troops stand up and retreat. It's possible that no one was even seriously injured in the attack.


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Published Feb. 11, 2022

Footage out of Syria shows the moment a dismounted patrol of Syrian troops is targeted by an anti personnel improvised explosive device (IED) which is command-detonated by nearby rebels.


We received this video with very little background information, but there are solid assumptions to be made based on what is shown. First, the location for the attack was based on continual observation of enemy troop movements. The Syrian military unit likely got complacent and didn't vary their routes or procedures making them predictable in where they go and how they get there. The spot was also chosen because it was a choke point through a stone wall, which forces the maneuvering unit to bunch up and walk onto the X.


Another assumption that can be made here is that the rebel attackers knew they would be targeting dismounted infantry units, rather than hardened armor vehicles, as the ordnance used was minimal. In fact, the device seems to have been poorly placed low in the ditch and the device was not directional in nature. The explosion appears to have blown up and not out in the direction of the targets. The clip ends before we can assess the full damage of the blast, but we are able to see that some of the targeted troops stand up and retreat. It's possible that no one was even seriously injured in the attack.


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