Thomas Wictor

Weapon descriptions for Colonel Richard Kemp

Weapon descriptions for Colonel Richard Kemp

In answer to a question by Colonel Richard Kemp, this post contains videos of new weapon systems used in the Syrian civil war. My theory is that the Arab League and its Asian, Central Asian, and African allies have created new units called “C6ISR forces,” a term coined by IDF Brigadier General Gal Hirsch (retired). C6ISR stands for “Command, Control, Communications, Computing, Cyber, Commando, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance.”

C6ISR forces are far more lethal than conventional unconventional warriors.

The Israel Defense Forces is establishing a new “Depth Corps Force” to coordinate and execute multidisciplinary missions far from Israel’s borders, Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz announced on Thursday.

“The primary task of the Corps will be to extend joint IDF operations into the strategic depth,” the army said in a statement.

The goal was to create strategic special forces capable of winning wars. Arms sales indicate that Israel made peace with the Arab League sometime before 2008. Therefore I believe that the Gulf Cooperation Council funded the development of advanced weaponry that both the IDF and the Arab League use. At around the same time, most Arab nations began crash training programs in unconventional warfare. New units such as the United Arab Emirates Presidential Guard were created. After much research, I determined that a C6ISR unit is about 800 men organized something like this.


Colonel Kemp knows my theory of how the Syrian civil war will end. This post is about the new weapon systems that allow C6ISR forces to demolish everything in their path.

EMPFAE weapon

The most destructive new weapon combines a warhead for creating nonnuclear electromagnetic pulses (EMPs) with a fuel-air explosive (FAE), also called a thermobaric explosive. Here’s the patent for the EMPFAE weapon. The shock wave of this warhead can be directed. Here’s a patent to do that. The final element is binary warheads, which allow much more unstable and powerful commercial-grade explosives to be used.

Below you see an American BGM-71 TOW antitank guided missile (ATGM) fired at a tent. The “launcher operator” is a Syrian militiaman-actor.

As the smoke clears, the Iranian soldier gets up and begins to walk away.

Every known TOW warhead uses high-explosives that create razor-sharp steel fragments. In the video above, the Iranian soldier should’ve been torn to shreds. The reason he survived is that the explosive force of the warhead that destroyed the tent was directed upward and to the sides, not forward.

Below is a video of Jaysh al-Thuwar, an Arab component of the Syrian Democratic Forces (QSD). In my opinion, the men who carry out the assaults are Arab and allied professional strategic special operators, while Syrians provide support.

This is an EMPFAE munition that first projects the vapor into the air and then detonates it, directing the explosive force downward to hit men crouched in a trench.





The special operators called in this air strike closer than I’ve ever seen.


They were able to do so because EMPFAE munitions don’t create deadly fragments. They kill by directed shock wave.

Below is a video of a Yemeni terrorist killed with a miniature guided missile. There’s no gore.

The missile struck behind his head.

He was enveloped in explosive vapor that both smashed him from all sides and bounced off the pavement into his face.

Nobody around him was even scratched.

Below is an al-Nusra Front armored vehicle destroyed by an EMPFAE weapon.

As the FAE warhead detonates, the EMPs distort the imagery of the digital camera.



I believe that Israel used this weapon in the Battle of Shijaiyah (July 20, 2023). Despite the ferocious fighting, there’s virtually no evidence of fragmentation damage, even at the epicenter, where the International Solidarity Movement filmed its phony sniper video.


The force of the EMPFAE weapon can be controlled and directed. Therefore I’m now willing to go on record as saying the IDF killed no civilians at Shijaiyah. I’m supported by Palestinians, who say that all the civilians were killed by Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad.

The Israelis have invented the most destructive weapon in history, which is used to make major conflicts nearly bloodless.


Multiple videos from Syria show the extensive use of nanodrones. Some are for reconnaissane, and others appear to be armed. This is the best video yet of a nanodrone. At 0:46 you can even hear the wings.


These things are also able to hover motionlessly, for surveillance and targeting.

Former American weapon

In the video above, you hear the sound of a Republic Fairchild A-10 Thunderbolt II close-air support aircraft firing its 30mm GAU-8 Avenger cannon. Nobody seems to know that in June of 2015, Boeing sold an unspecified number of A-10s to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. There are several videos of A-10s in Syria, but I believe that these aircraft aren’t American.

The A-10s filmed over Syria are camouflaged in dark colors.


In 2014, this was the story.

The A-10 no longer meets the requirements for combat in the Middle East, [General Michael Hostage, Air Combat Command commander] said at an Air Force Association breakfast in Arlington, Virginia.

The Air Force needs to make room for aircraft that are newer, more capable and survivable, he added.

“I can’t send an A-10 to Syria. It would never come back,” he said.

Without explanation, we were then told this.

The armored and inimitable A-10 Warthog is being used to destroy ISIL targets in Iraq — but not Syria.

“They’ve been flying for a few weeks and have conducted multiple strikes in central and northwestern Iraq,” an Air Force source says. “No missions in Syria.”

And then this.

The U.S. Air Force confirmed the recent deployment of A-10 Warthogs in operations against Islamic State militants in Syria but noted the aircraft’s use has been limited, partly due to its vulnerability.

The tank-killing attack plane has seen service in Iraq since last year, but Air Force Central Command confirmed today that the A-10 has also been used in a “few dozen” missions in Syria as part of Operation Inherent Resolve, the U.S.-led international bombing campaign against IS.

The “vulnerability” of the A-10 hasn’t changed. Why are we suddenly using them over Syria?

Well, my guess is that we’re not. Saudis and Emiratis said, “Give us your Warthogs. We’re not afraid.”

Someone is flying A-10s at rooftop level in Syria.

You know what I think? The A-10s over Syria have been given electronic-warfare capabilities that make them impossible to shoot down.

In the video above, the A-10s were defending Kurds at Tell Abayd. The US has promised Turkey that we won’t help the Kurdish Peoples’ Protection Units (YPG), since the Turks regard them as terrorists. Would President Obama send vulnerable A-10s into Syria to protect the YPG, against the wishes of Turkey and at the risk of losing American pilots?

Some charades are good. I read this years ago, and it stuck with me.

Who must do the hard things?
He who can.

The video below shows a Lockheed AC-130 gunship in Syria.

However, it has two 40mm cannons. That’s what’s making the galloping ba-bump, ba-bump, ba-bump sound. No American AC-130 has two 40mm cannons. The AC-130A had two 40mm cannons, but we retired them all in 1995.

Several were “pickled” by the Air Force Materiel Command’s 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG) at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. That means they were put into storage, in case we ever wanted to use them again.

We gave them to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Or AMMROC built their own.

Unidentified weapon

I have no idea what this is.

Maybe a 20mm M61A1 Vulcan cannon?

But it’s not mounted on a jet. I think a counterinsurgency (COIN) turboprop carried out the attack. They can be armed with gun pods or multi-barreled weapons such as the .50-caliber GAU-19.

Every air force in the Middle East has turboprop “trainers” that can be converted into attack aircraft.

Finally, we have this.

They were killed by flanking fire, but something else appears in the video.

If it’s a laser beam, I’m betting that it’s the targeting mechanism of a robotic weapon system that doesn’t rely at all on human skill.

So, Colonel Kemp. What you see above are just samples. There are many other videos indicating the presence of highly trained professional unconventional warriors who wield unbelievable firepower yet aren’t causing massive numbers of casualties. There are two explanations.

a. New technology.

b. An ability to persuade the enemy to surrender.

Remember this story?

Dozens of Russian generals at a military base near the eastern Syrian city of Latakia were killed Sunday afternoon in a deadly car bomb attack committed by two opposition factions, Ahrar al-Sham and Bayan movement, Syrian opposition groups reported on Wednesday.

According to the media office of Ahrar al-Sham, the two factions, in coordination with local jihadists who were located at the Russian military base, decided to bomb the car after they observed a gathering of senior Russian generals at the military base.

The military base that was hit by the car bomb is considered one of the most important military centers of the Russian forces on the Syrian coast, located some 15 kilometers from Latakia.

The Russians were at Khmeimim Air Base, which is closed to Syrians.

Look at the driveways. What are the odds that jihadists got a car bomb all the way to the secret headquarters and wiped out Putin’s entire Syrian command? The video of the “bombing” is a cheap fake.

The Russians were taken out by professionals. Every important Iranian, Hezbollah, and Russian commander in Syria has been killed.

Even Quds Force chief Qassem Suleimani is dead.


But there’s more! Islamic State commanders are being killed in the middle of cities while surrounded by bodyguards.

The men who killed the emir in Deir Ez-Zor made it through multiple Syrian Arab Army and Islamic State checkpoints, killed the terrorist and five of his men in a place where there was no cover whatsoever, and then escaped. Jihadist commanders all over Syria are being mysteriously killed. Nobody ever sees the shooters, and nobody takes credit for the killings.

Best weapon of all

It’s clear that the Arab League and its allies have invested untold sums in training. Although incomprehensibly advanced weapons are being used, the soldiers wielding them are the main factor. The liberation of the Yemeni city of Taiz can’t be explained. Houthis had created gigantic minefields, ringed the city with heavy artillery, set countless booby traps, and used hundreds of human shields, yet the attackers somehow defeated these defenses. Unseen.

Militias of popular resistance committees are given credit for breaking the siege on Taiz. Among them were silent men who turned away from the cameras or hid their faces.

Despite looking like militiamen, they had amazing customized rifles.

This appears to be a hybrid of a Steyr AUG and an FN FAL.

Below, the man on the left has a single-point sling and reflective tape (red arrow) on his AK-47, while the other man carries an Israeli IMI Galil (green arrow) with a Russian folding stock.

That strange rifle is bound in cloth so that the metal won’t make noise when it hits hard surfaces.

Every weapon in this post is impressive, but Arab and allied strategic special operators are successful because they’re phenomenally skilled at deception, infiltration, concealment, improvisation, ambush, assault, and counterattack.

Without fanfare, they’ve become possibly the best soldiers who ever lived.

Saudi Special Forces with the Israeli MATADOR shoulder-fired missile.

Little by little, it’s all coming out into the open.

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