United States Plans on Establishing New Military Base in Northeast Syria

In a report by The Cradle, the United States and its coalition partners located in northeastern Syria have plans of setting up a new military base in the areas they control in the rural parts of Raqqa. 

Per local sources,  a convoy of US forces, which was made up of various armored military vehicles, arrived in Raqqa’s urban core as part of its process to build a military base in the area. 

In this area, the coalition forces began transporting logistical equipment and other military gear to the rural portions of Raqqa. There was also heavy surveillance drone activity in the area.

The Cradle noted that the US Army and their coalition partners occupy at least 28 declared military sites in Syria that span the three provinces of Hasaka, Deir Ezzor, and Homs.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) published photos showing the construction of a new base close to the Al-Raqqa Bridge on the Euphrates River.

The US’s bases are largely concentrated where there are significant gas and oil deposits, which are located eastward of the Euphrates River.

The eastern rural area of Deir Ezzor is where the most strategic military bases are located, which includes the al-Omar oil field base and the Conoco gas field base. These two bases repeatedly face shelling from armed groups connected to Iran.

Due to this constant bombing, American authorities have been prompted to deploy significant military resources via  hundreds of trucks that went from Iraq into US military bases in Deir Ezzor, Hasakah, and Raqqa. 

Per the SOHR, US troops recently set up an additional military post in Naqara village.

Despite all the domestic trouble at home, the Globalist American Empire continues chugging along and maintaining its massive military presence abroad at the American taxpayers’ expense. A new ruling class will ultimately be needed for some semblance of sanity to be restored in American foreign policy. 

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