No less than 14 rockets arrived on Iraq’s Ain al-Asad airbase that has American and unfamiliar soldiers, a representative for the United States-drove alliance said on Wednesday, adding that two minor wounds have been accounted for.
The base was hit at around 12:30 p.m. neighborhood time, as indicated by US Army Colonel Wayne Marotto, the representative for the US-drove worldwide military alliance.
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“At approx. 12:30 PM neighborhood time, Ain Al-Assad Air Base was assaulted by 14 rockets. The rockets arrived on the base and edge. Power assurance safeguarding strategies were initiated. As of now introductory reports demonstrate 3 minor wounds. Harm is being surveyed,” he tweeted.
Washington regularly faults Iran-upheld local armies for such assaults, which are normal, however, no authority guarantee of responsibility has been made at this point.
The rocket assault comes only hours after a robot hit Erbil air terminal in northern Iraq with explosives.
Kurdish security sources said the assault on the Erbil air terminal was focused on the US base on the air terminal grounds.