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2017 Hama Offensive
Syrian Army
Syrian Army
victoryThe rebels captured about 40 positions, including at least 11 villages and towns,[10] coming within 3 km of Hama
Hama
city[11] The
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Russian Ground Forces
The Ground Forces of the Russian Federation (Russian: Сухопутные войска Российской Федерации, tr. Suhoputnye voyska Rossiyskoy Federatsii) are the land forces of the Russian Armed Forces, formed from parts of the collapsing Soviet Army
Army
in 1992
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National Defence Forces (Syria)
Syrian Civil War:Rif Dimashq Governorate campaign4th Rif Dimashq offensive 5th Rif Dimashq offensive 6th Rif Dimashq offensive Eastern Ghouta offensive (2015) Al-Dumayr offensive (April 2016)Raqqa campaignIthriyah-Raqqa offensive (February–March 2016) Ithriyah-Raqqa offensive (June 2016)Homs campaignAl-Qusayr offensive Siege of Homs Battle of al-Qaryatayn (March–April 2016)Aleppo campaignEast Aleppo offensive (2015–16) Northern Aleppo offensive (February 2016) 2016 Southern Aleppo campaign Aleppo offensive (June–July 2016) Aleppo offensive (July–August 2016) Aleppo offensive (August–September 2016) Aleppo offensive (September–October 2016) Aleppo offensive (October 2016)Latakia campaign2013 Latakia offensive 2014 Latakia offensive 2015–16 Latakia offensive 2016 Latakia offensiveQalamoun campaign1st Qalamoun offensive 2nd Qalamoun offensiveDaraa campaign2014 Daraa offensive
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Hama Governorate
Hama
Hama
Governorate (Arabic: مُحافظة حماة‎ / ALA-LC: Muḥāfaẓat Ḥamā) is one of the fourteen governorates (provinces) of Syria. It is situated in western-central Syria. Its area depends on sources. It varies from 8,844 km²[1] to 8,883 km².[2] Governorate has a population of 1,593,000 (2010 estimate). The capital is Hama.Contents1 Land use and agriculture 2 Districts 3 Demographics 4 Civil war 5 References 6 External linksLand use and agriculture[edit] Hama
Hama
is an important agricultural and industrial center in Syria, with 3,680 square kilometres (1,420 sq mi), over a third of the governorate's area, under cultivation. The governorate produces over half of the national crop of potatoes and pistachio nuts, as well as growing a variety of other vegetables
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Suheil Al-Hassan
Suheil Salman al-Hassan (Arabic: سهيل الحسن‎) (born in 1970), nicknamed The Tiger, is a Brigadier General
Brigadier General
[7] in the Syrian Army, currently serving as commander of its elite Tiger Forces. He graduated from the Syrian Arab Air Force academy in 1991, and served in many units of the Syrian Arab Air Forces and Air Defence Command, completing several training courses. After serving in the Syrian Arab Air Force and Syrian Arab Air Defence units, he joined the Air Forces Intelligence Service, where he was responsible for the training of the elements of the Special
Special
Operations Section. During the Syrian Civil War, Suheil al-Hassan has served and commanded his troops during several major engagements, including Operation Canopus Star
Operation Canopus Star
and the battle for the Shaer gas field
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Quds Force
Iran– Iraq
Iraq
War 1982 Lebanon
Lebanon
War Bosnian War South Lebanon
Lebanon
conflict (1985–2000) Battle for Herat Balochistan conflict Iran–PJAK conflict Syrian Civil War 2014 Northern Iraq
Iraq
offensive Military intervention against ISILSiege of Amirli Liberation of Jurf Al Sakhar Battle of Baiji Liberation of TikritCommandersCommander Maj. Gen
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Inghimasi
Inghimasi (Arabic: انغماسي «become immersed») [1], Inghmiasis are shock troops utilized by Jihadist groups namely the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant and Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra) that wear explosive belts that are to be detonated when the possibility of being captured arises, running out of ammunition, or the Inghimasi feels he is overwhelmed. The Inghimasi fighters usually wear garbs and clothing resembling that of the target's forces to confuse the enemy's ranks, and using light weapons with the goal of inflicting the maximum amount of damage possible [2], Inghimasi fighters usually have no intentions of returning and have to agree to a 'no return' policy if the situation gets to that point [3][4] however after successfully completing the operation they return to base until being assigned their next operation [5]
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Free Idlib Army
Free Syrian ArmyHawar Kilis Operations Room Fatah Halab
Fatah Halab
(2016)Allies Sham Legion Ahrar al-Sham 21st Combined Force Tahrir al-Sham
Tahrir al-Sham
(occasionally)  Qatar  Saudi Arabia  Turkey &#
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Syrian Army
Active personnel: 125,000 in April 2015[2] Reserve personnel: 60,000 in National Defence Forces in April 2015Military age: 18Conscription: 18 years of age for compulsory and voluntary military service; conscript service obligation is 18 months; women are not conscripted but may volunteer to serve; re-enlistment obligation 5 years, with retirement after 15 years or age 40 (enlisted) or 20 years or age 45 [3][4]Budget: $1.8 billion (FY11)[3] Percent of GDP: 3.5% (FY11)[3]Part of Syrian Armed ForcesGarrison/HQ DamascusMotto(s) "حماة الديار" (Guardians of the Homeland)Colors Green, Red, WhiteAnniversaries August 1stEngagements1948 Arab–Israeli War War of Attrition Black September Yom Kippur War/October War Lebanese Civil War 1982 Lebanon
Lebanon
War Operation Desert Storm Syrian Civil WarCommandersPresident of Syria FM Bashar al-AssadMinister of Defense Gen
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Qalamoun Shield Forces
Syrian Civil WarQalamoun offensive (June–August 2014) Qalamoun offensive (May–June 2015) Rif Dimashq Governorate campaignRif Dimashq offensive (September 2015) Battle of HarastaCampaigns in the Syrian steppe and Syrian DesertHoms offensive (November–December 2015) Palmyra offensive (March 2016) Battle of al-Qaryatayn (March–April 2016) Al-Dumayr offensive (April 2016) Palmyra offensive (December 2016) Eastern Homs offensive (2017) East Hama offensive (2017) Syrian Desert campaign (May–July 2017) Central Syria campaign (2017)Battle of Aleppo (2012–2016)Kuweires offensive (September–November 2015)2016 Hama offensive Wadi Barada offensive (2016–17) Hama offensive (March–April 2017) Qalamoun offensive (July–August 2017) Northeastern Hama offensive (2017)The Qalamoun Shield Forces (Arabic: قوات درع القلمون‎ Quwat Dir' al-Qalamoun, short: QSF) are a militia formed by natives of the Qalamun Mountains t
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Air Force Intelligence Directorate
The Air Force Intelligence Directorate
Air Force Intelligence Directorate
(Arabic: إدارة المخابرات الجوية‎, Idarat al-Mukhabarat al-Jawiyya) is an intelligence service of Syria, possibly the country's most powerful,[1] owing its importance to Hafez al-Assad's role as the Air Force commander.[1] Despite its name, it is mainly involved with issues other than air force intelligence,[2] and took an active part in the suppression of the Muslim Brotherhood rebellion in the 1980s.[3] Agents of this service have frequently been stationed in Syrian embassies or branch offices of the national airline.[4] The service was headed for nearly thirty years by Maj. Gen
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Ba'ath Brigades
Syria Aleppo
Aleppo
Governorate Damascus Governorate Latakia Governorate Tartus Governorate As-Suwayda Governorate[4] Hasakah Governorate[5]Size 7,000 claimed (December 2013)[6]Allies Syrian Armed Forces National Defense ForceOpponents Free Syrian Army Islamic Front al-Nusra Front Islamic State of Iraq and the LevantBattles and warsSyrian Civil WarBattle of Aleppo
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Guardians Of The Dawn
Syrian Civil War Rif Dimashq Governorate
Rif Dimashq Governorate
campaignSiege of Darayya and Muadamiyat Rif Dimashq offensive (April–May 2016) Rif Dimashq offensive (June–October 2016) Homs
Homs
offensive (November–December 2015) 2016 Hama offensive Hama offensive (March–April 2017)The Guardians of the Dawn
Guardians of the Dawn
(Arabic: حراس الفجر Ḥurrās al-Fajr) are a coalition of Christian pro-government militias which are involved in the Syrian Civil War
Syrian Civil War
and affiliated with the Air Force Intelligence Directorate. Although the Guardians of the Dawn, whose official motto is "A homeland that we do not protect is one we do not deserve to live in", promote themselves as a Syrian nationalist force, their fighters are primarily motivated by a concept of holy war to defend the Christian areas of Syria
Syria
from hostile rebels
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Syrian Air Force
The Syrian Air Force, officially the Syrian Arab Air Force
Syrian Arab Air Force
(Arabic: القوات الجوية العربية السورية‎, Al Quwwat al-Jawwiyah al Arabiya as-Souriya), is the air force branch of the Syrian Armed Forces. It is variously abbreviated in English to SAF, SAAF, or SyAAF. It was established in 1948
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Armed Forces Of The Islamic Republic Of Iran
Military history of Iran Anglo-Soviet Invasion of Iran Iran
Iran
crisis of 1946 Dhofar Rebellion Seizure of Abu Musa Consolidation of the Iranian Revolution Iran–Iraq War Kurdish Civil War Herat Uprising Balochistan conflict Iran–PJAK conflict Syrian civil war Iraqi Civil War (2014–17)Ranks Rank insignia of the Iranian militaryThe Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran
Iran
(Persian: نيروهای مسلح جمهوری اسلامی ايران‎) include the Army (Artesh), the Revolutionary Guard Corps (Sepāh) and the Law Enforcement Force (Police).[4] These forces total about 523,000 active personnel (not including the Law Enforcement Force).[1] All branches of armed forces fall under the command of General Staff of Armed Forces
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Army Of The Guardians Of The Islamic Revolution
The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) (in Persian: سپاه پاسداران انقلاب اسلامی‎, translit. Sepâh-e Pâsdârân-e Enghelâb-e Eslâmi, lit. 'Army of Guardians of the Islamic Revolution' or Sepâh for short) is a branch of Iran's Armed Forces founded after 1979 Revolution
1979 Revolution
on 22 April 1979 [2] by order of Ayatollah Khomeini.[3] Whereas the regular military (or Artesh) defends Iran's borders and maintains internal order, according to the Iranian constitution, the Revolutionary Guard (pasdaran) is intended to protect the country's Islamic Republic system.[4] The Revolutionary Guards state that their role in protecting the Islamic system is preventing foreign interference as well as coups by the military or "deviant movements".[5] The Revolutionary Guards have roughly 125,000 military personnel including ground, aerospace and naval forces
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