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IED Blast Launches Pakistan Military Vehicle Into Lake

Published March 26, 2021

Separatist insurgents known as the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA), operating in Pakistan's Baluchistan province carried out a deadly improvised explosive device attack on a Pakistan military vehicle in the vicinity of Sibi on Mar. 5, 2021. The BLA claims to have killed seven Pakistan troops and wounded several others in the attack, but that number hasn't been verified.


Up until recently, the Baloch rebel videos showed attacks almost exclusively limited to linear and L-shaped ambushes, using small arms and sometimes RPG's. However, a recent shift in tactics has now shown direct action raids on outposts as well as IED attacks. The use of roadside bombs allows smaller, less detectable groups of insurgents to carry out equally deadly attacks on enemy units while reducing the risk of friendly casualties.


The insurgents likely chose the attack site not for its picturesque lakeside view and production value, but because the body of water creates a choke point where all vehicles traveling through the area must funnel through. Militants that use IEDs watch their enemy closely for predictable routes and operating procedures that can be exploited.

Published March 26, 2021

Separatist insurgents known as the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA), operating in Pakistan's Baluchistan province carried out a deadly improvised explosive device attack on a Pakistan military vehicle in the vicinity of Sibi on Mar. 5, 2021. The BLA claims to have killed seven Pakistan troops and wounded several others in the attack, but that number hasn't been verified.


Up until recently, the Baloch rebel videos showed attacks almost exclusively limited to linear and L-shaped ambushes, using small arms and sometimes RPG's. However, a recent shift in tactics has now shown direct action raids on outposts as well as IED attacks. The use of roadside bombs allows smaller, less detectable groups of insurgents to carry out equally deadly attacks on enemy units while reducing the risk of friendly casualties.


The insurgents likely chose the attack site not for its picturesque lakeside view and production value, but because the body of water creates a choke point where all vehicles traveling through the area must funnel through. Militants that use IEDs watch their enemy closely for predictable routes and operating procedures that can be exploited.

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