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    The Intercept reveals marches and ballistic missiles inside US bases in Iraq and Syria

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    The Intercept reveals marches and ballistic missiles inside US bases in Iraq and Syria Empty The Intercept reveals marches and ballistic missiles inside US bases in Iraq and Syria

    Post by Rocky Sat 25 Nov 2023, 10:37 am

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    [size=52]The Intercept reveals marches and ballistic missiles inside US bases in Iraq and Syria[/size]
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    A report by the American newspaper The Intercept, on Saturday, revealed secret documents about the thefts of weapons by the US military in Iraq and Syria, claiming that the thefts even included missiles and drones from the bases. 
    The report, translated by the Maalouma Agency, stated, “American military sites in Iraq and Syria suffer from thefts of weapons and equipment, and according to exclusive documents obtained by the newspaper’s website, “sensitive weapons and equipment” were seized, and the Pentagon may not be aware of the scope of these thefts.” .
    He added, "The secret military investigations that began earlier this year found that multiple weapons and sensitive equipment, including guided missile launch systems as well as drones, had been stolen in Iraq. This comes after hundreds of thousands of dollars of military equipment were stolen from Iraq." American forces in Iraq and Syria between 2020 and 2022.” 
    The report explained, “The criminal investigation papers prove that the United States cannot even secure its equipment, let alone protect its forces,” while Stephanie Saville, co-director of the Costs of War Project at Brown University, said, “We do not tend to think critically enough about the ripple effects of such a presence.” The expanded American military,” adding, “The so-called war on terrorism is not over yet, but has just shifted, and we can understand these weapons thefts as just one of the many political costs of this ongoing campaign of American wars.”
    He stated that "the details of the thefts in Iraq, which were never announced by the army, were found in criminal investigation files obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, which showed that last February, military investigators were notified that 13 commercial drones, worth about $162,500 was stolen from a US facility in Erbil, Iraq, sometime last year. Agents have identified no suspects, and no leads have been mentioned in the file. 
    The report noted that "the number of thefts that occurred is unknown, perhaps even to the Pentagon. After more than two months, both the Joint Task Force and Operation Inherent Resolve, which oversees America's war in Iraq and Syria, and its parent organization, US Central Command, have failed to respond to any Among the questions about weapons thefts in Iraq and Syria. Ended/25 D
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