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U.S. CENTCOM releases unseen footage of Iran’s missile attacks on Al-Assad


The U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) has declassified the aerial surveillance footage of Al-Assad Air Base in Iraq during Iran’s 2020 ballistic missile attacks on that facility during which Iranian commander Soleimani died. The never-before-seen footage, shot by a drone orbiting overhead at the time, shows six ballistic missiles hitting the base. The CENTCOM, which is the top command overseeing the U.S. military activities in the Middle East, provided the video first to CBS News’ “60 Minutes” for a segment that aired this past weekend. The video starts by identifying five ramps at Al-Assad – named Bravo, Charlie, Foxtrot, Valley, and…

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