An Islamic State up-armored tan 4×4 SVBIED was captured by loyalists in Abu Kamal, Syria. It contained a unique type explosive payload which included a single exterior forward facing directional IED and two large directional fragmention IEDs in the truck bed assembled into a “V” shaped pattern. The vehicle also contained several blast mine type IEDs which were found inside the vehicle and are commonly used by the Islamic State. (Visible in last photo) In the video, notice the vehicle’s internal armor added in an effort to protect the driver from rear and side incoming fire to allow the suicide driver to reach its target.
Video summery (English)
The Syrian army and its allies carried out their combat operations in the town of Abu Kamal in the south-eastern suburb of Deir al-Zour against an organized organization that made great progress inside the city and took over most of its neighborhoods after violent clashes with the organization.
The area controlled by the Syrian army and allies has been around 500 square kilometers since the start of their operations aimed at taking control of the city, which is the last bastions in Syria.
The scene shows the bombing of various types of weapons targeting the remnants of the organization in addition to finding more than a car bomb and several IEDs and remnants of weapons left by the militants of the organization.
Source: Accessed on 11-18-2017
Full video source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9gxi6MjvYs&feature=youtu.be