The US military forces stationed in Iraq are rumored to have conducted an airdrop from helicopters in Al-Muthanna Governorate earlier this month.
There is talk that the airdrop targeted a location controlled by the pro-Iran Iraqi Kata’ib Hezbollah located approximately 120 km north of the Iraqi-Saudi-Kuwaiti border triangle.
Why the location was attacked?
What is the location used for?
Are there any specific results of the attack?
Tactical Report answers this question and more in the following 312-word report.
[TR Weekly Issue No 27/15 – April 10, 2020]
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