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April 2014 Jordanian–Syrian border airstrike

April 2014 Jordanian–Syrian border airstrike
Part of Syrian civil war

Jordan and Syria
Operational scope Tactic
Planned by Jordan
Objective Destroy a convoy, attempting to penetrate Jordan
Date 16 April 2014 (2014-04-16)
Executed by Royal Jordanian Air Force
Outcome Destruction of the convoy[1]
Casualties Unknown


April 2014 Jordanian–Syrian border airstrike refers to bombing by the Jordanian Air Force of a convoy on the Syrian-Jordanian border, taking place on 16 April 2014.[1] Reportedly, the airstrike took place when the convoy attempted to penetrate the Jordanian border from Syria.[1]

Though Syrian involvement was proposed, a Syrian military official said the vehicles did not belong to the Syrian army.[1] A Jordanian security source said the targets appeared to have been Syrian rebels with machine guns mounted on civilian vehicles who were seeking refuge from fighting with government forces in southern Syria.[2]

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