first published on January 21, 2016 by Josh
Members of the 13th Coastal Division of the FSA, cut off retreating regime forces in Aleppo, Syria during a flanking maneuver.
If you’ve ever wondered what it felt like to be absolutely flanked, outgunned, and defeated. This is your opportunity to see it first hand. During clashes in Aleppo, the 13th Coastal Division, of the Free Syrian Army, execute a flanking attack against fleeing regime soldiers.
The confused regime soldiers think that they are retreating to safety, only to be cut off completely by the 13th Coastal Division. One soldier is so convinced that he is retreating to safety, that he actually jumps a berm, and rolls directly into a group of the FSA fighters.
The fog of war is real, and these regime soldiers are consumed by it in their panic to survive.