RNA - The Damascus Army's engineering units continued their cleansing operations around Damascus and retrieved large amount of weapons, ammunition and military equipment, including hundreds of Grad missiles, US-made anti-tank missiles and 128-Caliber missiles made in Israel.
The army troops also discovered an arms cache packed with large amounts of weaponry, ammunition, canons, mortar rounds and rocket-propelled grenades.
In a relevant development in mid-December, the Syrian army discovered several arms and military equipment caches which included Israeli missiles and West-made medicine during cleansing operations in Dara'a province.
The engineering units of the Syrian army found the arms caches in the Western parts of Nawa in Northwestern Dara'a which included missiles, missile launch-pads, Israeli LAV missiles, different types of anti-tank missiles, some of them Israeli, as well as a large number of ammunition for heavy and mid-sized machine guns and explosives, RPG rockets, mines, Dushka guns, artilleries, mortars and thermal cameras.
Meantime, a Syrian field source reported that the engineering units also found another cache which included different types of medicine produced by the Persian Gulf littoral states and western countries.
Also, reports said that the Syrian army has discovered a cache of weapons and military equipment in a 15-meter-deep tunnel between the Syria-Jordan border in the Southwestern parts of al-Nassib passageway which included at least 20 ground-to-air missiles along with launchpads.