The deployment of US troops south of the wetlands west of Anbar


 

Accompanied by helicopters and reconnaissance aircraft

The deployment of US troops south of the wetlands west of Anbar

A security source in Anbar province on Friday reported the deployment of US forces in the Wadi al-Qudh area in the southern desert to the district of al-Hatta (440 km west of Anbar).

The source said the command of the operations of the island in Anbar province, “US forces surveyed the area of ​​the valley of ejaculation south of the district of the wetlands without knowing the reasons for the process.”

Adding that “special US military patrols accompanied by helicopters and reconnaissance aircraft left the base of Al-Asad in the area of ​​Baghdadi and stationed in the valley of ejaculation in the southern desert to spend the province of western Al-Anbar.”

Pointing out that “a special force of the tribes accompanied the American forces in this military task without knowing the reasons for this process,” pointing out that “the local government and security forces in the province did not report this process and do not know anything about its goals.”

According to the security source, the valley of ejaculation is a safe passage for the militants of the organization advocating the use of the movement between the Qaim and his and Rawah and the Syrian tenderness of Western Sahara because of difficult terrain and caves and valleys deep.

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