Military Situation In Northern Part Of Aleppo Province On March 13, 2017 (Map Update)

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This map shows the military situation in the northern part of the Syrian province of Aleppo on March 13, 2017:

Military Situation In Northern Part Of Aleppo Province On March 13, 2017 (Map Update)

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Trustin Judeau

When the bad weather goes,SAA could attack Deir Haffer.SAA didnt do it because ISIS could have flooded the area but now they cant anymore

gold37

Could you tell me why the Eastern border of Hama-Homs have not been cleared for so long? It is the key in holding Palmyra and also allows for better manoeuvrability, as highway 45 to Hama and backroads to Ithriya can be open, it surely can’t come down to manpower issues.

Balázs Jávorszky

Goooood question. The same question applies to the almost uninhabited part south of Tiras. I can’t understand why that hasn’t been cleared. Palmyra in itself is worthless.

Red Tick Alert

Personally and realise this sounds harsh, but I think Palmyra is more of a marketing ploy due to it’s internationally recognised “heritage” sites – in this day and age, as always I assume, mind games are as important as the actual war games.

Trustin Judeau

I have asked few pro goverment people and they say lack of manpower.

gold37

Thanks, maybe something for the Iranian militia, since the population there would be little I assume.

Thegr8rambino

Or Russian troops but yea

Thegr8rambino

Why can’t they anymore?

Khang Tiger

SAA haven’t liberated Jirah Airbase ?

Thegr8rambino

Are they any closer to taking it now?