The ISIS terror group captured SA-16 Manpads, AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles and MiG-21B jets to their arsenal after the capture of the Raqqa airbase in Syria this week.
ISIS added MiG-21B jets to their arsenal.
The terror group also collected several SA-16 Manpads. This missile feattures a new seeker and modified launcher nose cover.
The AIM-9 Sidewinder missile is a short-range air-to-air missile. The majority of Sidewinder variants utilize infrared homing for guidance.
ISIS terrorists showed off a captured SCUD missile in Raqqa, Syria in June.
RT @MiddleEast_BRK: All kind of Iraqi army equipment in #ISIS victory parade in #Raqqa https://t.co/of6OyDcLwT pic.twitter.com/mRiTHGOVGl
— Marc Hilliker (@MarcHilliker) July 1, 2014
And here, according to ISIS, is a captured US made M198 howitzer.
ISIS moved a truckload of captured Hummers out of Iraq to Syria in June.
The Islamic terror group is putting together a massive collection of military hardware.
Meanwhile, in Tripoli, Libya.