Photos from joint military patrols in Syria with the US military

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Elements of the Turkish Navy escorting the oil exploration vessels on their way to Eastern Mediterranean.

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Some random images from Turkish Navy

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It's also grabbed my attention. As far as I know MKEK is currently relocated all of its serial production capabilities and resources to produce MPT-76 and MPT-55 rifles like you see on the previous pics of the photoset and have not produced the HK-33E model for Turkish Army since 2011. Probably it's bought as a surplus for the G3s and kept in storage for years which is common for most of the non-operational and support units.

And also there is no additional modification on the gun apart from the MKEK made polymer 30rds magazine similar with the G36. It's has been used by the Turkish Military roughly for a decade.

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Was use in g-36 and/or sig-550?
 
M60A3 TTS tanks during ongoing military operation in Northern Syria.

Like I stated before, these are transferred to strengthen border while the other ones (M-60TM Fırat-Sabra and Leopard 2A4) advance into Syrian territory like the previous two operations to Syria. But no solid photo shows our tanks advance towards into Syrian soil for this ongoing operation yet.
 
Like I stated before, these are transferred to strengthen border while the other ones (M-60TM Fırat-Sabra and Leopard 2A4) advance into Syrian territory like the previous two operations to Syria. But no solid photo shows our tanks advance towards into Syrian soil for this ongoing operation yet.


Update: M60TM Fırat-Sabra main battle tanks with aselsan Pulat active protection system spotted on their way to Syria

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Few shots of our troops with the FSA near the Ras Al-Ayn town, Syria. Seems like they let most of the work done by the FSA militia and mostly participating the operation to provide intelligence and air support also for commanding and advising roles.

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Artillery poisitions at the Turkish side of border.

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Turkish trrops passing the border in Akçakale with some local FSA militia.

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FNSS ACV-300 APCs operated by FSA. Notice the original M2 Browning machine guns has been dismantled by the Turkish military before the transfer.

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Again FSA operated BMC Kirpi MRAP

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