Iraq: Rockets launched by Iranian proxy terrorists hit base hosting US troops
BREAKING: Rockets fired by Iran proxy terrorists exploded in a military base housing US troops.
Iranian-backed terrorists targeted Camp Taji, north of Baghdad.
According to initial reports, the Katyusha rockets landed outside of the camp.
No casualties were immediately reported.
Eight Katyusha rockets exploded Monday evening in the Balad Airbase, which houses US troops. Military sources said the rockets fell in the base’s runway inside the base.
Military bases hosting US troops in Iraq have been attacked by ballistic missiles from Iran and mortar shells launched almost daily by local Iran-backed terrorists, before and after the elimination of arch-terrorist Qassem Soleimani.