Previously Unreleased Footage of Iranian Missiles Slamming Into US Base After Trump’s Assassination of Soleimani Last Year
It was the first open strike by another country on a US military facility in a long time
Recently published new footage of an Iranian missile strike on the American military base Ain Assad in 2020 in retaliation for the murder of Qassem Soleimani. It was the first open strike by another country on a US military facility in a long time.
Iran, through the Iraqi and Qatari diplomatic channel, notified the United States in advance that it would bomb the base, giving the United States time to remove personnel to bomb shelters, and planes and helicopters to other bases.
According to official statements, the total number of wounded and shell-shocked people was 115, although these numbers are also questioned, since the Pentagon was caught several times for underestimating losses during strikes on the Ain al-Assad base.
The Americans note the high accuracy of the Iranian missiles and the fact that if Iran struck without warning, the losses would be enormous. In this case, the United States would have had to react, otherwise they pretended that “nothing terrible happened.”
View from the UAV.
View from the ground.
Below, a more complete version of the plot in English, where these shots were presented with a commentary by an American general.
Source: Live Journal