7 ASG terrorists killed in AW-109, MPAC joint operations in Sulu

7 ASG terrorists killed in AW-109, MPAC joint operations in Sulu


The war of the government against terrorists knows no pandemic whatsoever in its quest to achieve peace in the country’s largest island in Mindanao.

News came out that the Armed Forces of the Philippines has reported the killing of 7 Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) kidnappers, November 3, in open waters of Sulu sea near Sulare Island, Parang, Sulu.

MPAC ramming the speed boat of the ASG kidnappers. AFP photo

According to the AFP said the ASG kidnappers were aboard a twin engine speed boat. The military operation involved an Air Force AW-109 armed helicopter and Navy MPAC.

“JTF- Sulu Commander MGen William N Gonzales orchestrated the joint operations utilizing the Augusta Attack Helicopter of the Philippine Air Force and the Multi Purpose Attack Craft (MPAC) of the Philippine Navy with the Scout Rangers and Special Forces on board,” AFP said

“Reportedly killed were Madsmar Sawadjaan (brother of infamous bomber Mundi Sawadjaan), Mannul Sawadjaan @Abu Amara (declared to replace deceased ASG senior leader Hajan Sawadjaan as emir), and five (5) other yet to be identified. Retrieval operations of the sank speed boat and cadavers of ASG member are currently ongoing,” it added.



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