In this first video we at first see, from right to left, a T-55 tank, a BMP-1, what I believe is a BMP variant, and three more tank, possibly T-55s. We then see 6 truck mounted guns, including ZPU-2s, DShKs, and KPVs, likely used in the attack rather than captured from the base.
We then have this video from the same gathering showing off some of the artillery captured
First we see a 130 mm M-46 field artillery gun, then three D-30 howitzers, which I gave more details on in an earlier post.
HamaEcho posted a number of photographs showing even more equipment, apparently taken at the same gathering.
In this first picture we get another look at the 130mm M-46 field artillery gun, along with four Type-63 multiple rocket launcher, a weapon that until now was the longest ranged artillery weapon widely available to the Syrian opposition (see here for more details of their past use).
This photo provides us with another angle on the various collected artillery pieces.
Again, another angle on the artillery, and what I believe is a 120mm M1938M mortar. Finally we have one last video from Al Jazeera Arabic filmed at this gathering
It's difficult to get a sense of whether or not they filmed additional vehicles and weapons, but at one point a BTR-60 or BTR-70 is visible in the background.
It should be noted one earlier video showed six Type-63 launchers, and there's no sign of the surface to air missiles captured, so it seems unlikely this shows off every heavy weapon captured.
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