UK Special Forces’ New Ambush Tactic Is Keeping ISIS Up At Night
They’re called the “Quad Squad.” A group of British Special Air Services (SAS) forces that have killed 200 ISIS leaders in just 4 weeks using an incredible new tactic.
In the middle of the night, helicopters drop quad bikes, fixed with machine guns and sniper rifles deep into enemy territory.
By the time the villages wake up, ISIS leader lay dead across the area.
They are quiet killers that are having a major impact.
SAS troops with sniper rifles and heavy machine guns have killed over 200 Islamic State extremists in a series of deadly quad-bike ambushes inside Iraq.
In daring nightime raids The British Special Air Services (SAS) “Quad Squads” kill up to 8 jihadis each day for the past four weeks. Using Chinook helicopters to drop highly trained snipers on quad-bike deep into enemy territory, the SAS snipers sneak in silently and leave their enemy “laying dead on the ground” without anyone knowing what happened. The numbers may not be high, but the strategy is leaving the IS in a state of terror as allies prepare to wipe then off the map.
In preparation for the attacks, SAS commanders listen to secret enemy communication intercepts and study hours of landscape footage of potential target sites recorded by drones. Once the targets have been identified, the soldiers gather to receive their classified orders. They then climb aboard a fleet of Chinook helicopters and leave their secret base with the quad bikes already loaded in the cargo hold. Each quad bike four-wheeled all-terrain vehicle is equipped with frame-mounted machine guns, general-purpose machine guns, and of course, sniper rifles.