BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 A.M.) – Another massive convoy of Syrian Arab Army (SAA) troops and vehicles were filmed on Monday heading to the Dara’a Governorate for the upcoming offensive.

Similar to the previous convoys, this military convoy consisted of dozens of vehicles and a large number of military personnel.

However, this convoy was also spotted transporting the Syrian Army’s MLRS launchers, which played an integral in their previous battles in southern Damascus and the East Ghouta.

 

According to a military source in Damascus, the troops in the video above are believed to be either Tiger Forces and 11th Tank Division soldiers.

These two divisions were recently given orders to redeploy to the Dara’a Governorate, with the Tiger Forces being tasked with leading the assault on the provincial capital.

The assault on the provincial capital will be led by the commander of the Tiger Forces, Major General Suheil Al-Hassan.

Meanwhile, in east Dara’a, the commander of this offensive will be the leader of the 42nd Brigade, Colonel Ghiath Dalla.

Both of these leaders have extensive experience on the battlefield and both are considered the top field commanders in the Syrian Arab Army.

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