US special force of up to Ein al-Assad base



Security operation carried out by US special force


Author: HF, HH
Editor: AT, HH
02/13/2016 15:14
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Long-Presse / Anbar

A source in Anbar province, police said on Saturday that the US special force arrived at the Al Asad Airbase in hand-Baghdadi, west of Anbar, (110 km) west of Baghdad, and while noting that the force escorted by Apache aircraft and heavy and medium weapons, pointed out that it will be implemented ground and air operations against al (Daash).

The source said, in an interview with (long-Presse), “The US special force combat arrived, today, to Al Asad Airbase in hand-Baghdadi, west of Anbar,” noting that “work tasks focused targeting of the organization (Daash) military operations, land and air in western regions, including Qaim and Husaybah, Hit, west of Anbar leap. “

The source, who requested anonymity, said that “American power, accompanied by medium and heavy weapons with monitoring devices and a number of Apache helicopters,” asserting that “full preparation for such a force did not yet know of the secrecy of its tasks.”

And Ocharalmsdr, that “the Iraqi government to have prior knowledge of the existence of existing US forces in Anbar for nearly two years, in addition to the special combat force that arrived today to Al Asad Airbase western Anbar and US forces stationed in Habbaniyah, east of Ramadi Airport, but its secret tasks and does not interfere Iraqi forces in their work. “

The majority of the cities of Anbar province was controlled by elements of the organization (Daash), while safe forces began clearing battles a wide recovered from which the city of Ramadi, after fierce battles with the liberalization of other areas in the vicinity of Fallujah, killing hundreds of (Daash).

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