US intelligence company confirms attack on Russian military equipment in Syria

Stratfor said its satellite images appeared to confirm that Russian military choppers and other vehicles had been destroyed.

The Texas-based, American publisher and global intelligence company, Stratfor said on its website: “it is clear from the imagery that the northeastern part of the T4 air base, the section of the airport where helicopter use is concentrated, sustained considerable damage.”

In a report published on Tuesday, the intelligence firm said in addition to the Russian technology, a Syrian MiG-25 aircraft that was likely already out of commission appeared to have been damaged.