FA 50PH Bombed 20 Abu Sayyaf in Basilan
- published: 13 May 2017
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ZAMBOANGA CITY, May 12 (PNA) – Twenty bandits were “killed” as a Philippine Air Force’s newly acquired FA-50 warrior jets battered and broken a stay of a Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) in Sumisip, Basilan province, infantry officials said.
Lt. Col. Andrew Bacala Jr., Army’s 4th Special Forces Battalion commander, on Friday pronounced a warrior jets “delivered lethal payload, inflicting complicated casualties to a ASGs.”
“The ASGs were shocked. They deserted many of their personal effects and left unprepared dish during their encampment,” pronounced Bacala, who led a belligerent attack on Thursday.
“The supersonic jet’s swooshing sound might have sounded as a wheeze of genocide to a ASGs,” Bacala added.
Artillery and trebuchet fires followed immediately after a airstrikes.
Col. Juvymax Uy, Joint Task Force Basilan commander, pronounced corner infantry from a 4th Special Forces and 3rd Scout Ranger Battalion launched a belligerent attack opposite a organisation of Abu Sayyaf sub-leader Furuji Indama in Barangay Pamatsaken, Sumisip.
Uy pronounced that 4th Special Forces Battalion infantry swooped down during a Abu Sayyaf stay and intent a bandits in a firefight only before emergence Thursday.
“Our infantry were means to thong a rivalry due to a accurate and timely surreptitious fires and tighten support delivered by a artillery and a Philippine Air Force’s [fighter jets],” Uy said.
“Also, a information being volunteered by a proletariat and LGUs (local supervision units) supposing vicious information to countenance a comprehension we have on hand,” he added.
Bacala pronounced a infantry overran a Abu Sayyaf stay seated on a hil…