A military base in Iraq, where the United States troops are stationed, came under rocket fire. This was reported on March 15 by TV channel As-Sumaria.
It is noted that at least five Katyusha rockets fell on the territory of Balad air base in Salah ad-Din province. No people were injured as a result of the attack.
Earlier, on March 8, U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announced the readiness of the country’s armed forces to retaliate after shelling the Ain al-Assad air base used by the U.S. military in Iraq.
On March 3, it was reported that the Ain al-Assad military base, located in the Iraqi province of Anbar, was subjected to rocket fire. The base is being used by international coalition forces led by the United States. Ten missiles fell near the military base.
The Pentagon confirmed the attack on the base and reported that no U.S. servicemen were injured.