(Worthy News) – Extremist forces targeted a U.S.-controlled base in Syria with three rocket attacks Sunday, but the ordnance failed to strike U.S. forces or equipment.
The U.S. has yet to verify who was responsible for the attack, which targeted a base known as Green Village in northeastern Syria, according to CENTCOM. There have been several attacks on U.S. forces in Syria in recent months, varying from drone-carried explosives to infantry assaults.
“Three 107mm rockets targeted the base. A fourth rocket along with rocket tubes was found at the launch point, approximately 5 kilometers away,” CENTCOM wrote in a statement. “U.S. forces in northeast Syria are investigating the incident.” [ Source: Fox News (Read More…) ]
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