This location includes artillery emplacements. Approximately 100 fighters from the Iranian Revolutionary Guards are present.
This point is affiliated with Lebanese Hezbollah militia where short and medium-range surface-to-air missiles are situated. The hill has been equipped with advanced radar networks and air defense systems obtained by Hezbollah.
This point includes administrative offices and a place for generals from the Iranian Revolutionary Guards and Lebanese Hezbollah commanders to meet with officers from the Syrian regime.
This point includes air defense systems and missile launchers belonging to the Revolutionary Guards.
This point includes weapons depots that Lebanese Hezbollah obtained in support of its members in Syria from Iran via Damascus International Airport.
Around 200 fighters from Lebanese Hezbollah militia are present at this point, which also accommodates four-wheel drive vehicles equipped with machine guns.
This point encompasses the headquarters of the 9th Division, in which Lebanese Hezbollah fighters are present alongside the Syrian regime's forces.
This is a military post belonging to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, with around 100 militia
members present therein and supervised by Revolutionary Guard commanders.
There is a communications center and an operations room belonging to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard at this center.
Communications between commanders is encrypted at this center and orders are received and sent back to the rest of the Revolutionary Guard's centers from this point.
The regiment includes advanced air defense weapons as well as surface-to-surface missiles. The location is almost completely under the control of the Revolutionary Guards, Weapon depots belonging to them are also located here.
The 15th Brigade belongs to the Syrian army and specializes in tanks and infantry. Fighters and experts from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard are also present.
There is an estimated 300 Revolutionary Guards fighters based here, supervised by their generals and commanders.
As one of the most important air defense brigades in Syria, the 79th Air Defense Brigade was placed at the disposal of the Revolutionary Guards, which in turn brought in new systems in addition to radar devices. It constitutes one of the most prominent strongholds of the Revolutionary Guards in Daraa.
This center is affiliated to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards where new fighters are trained under the supervision of generals from the Revolutionary Guard. The are around 200 personnel.
A major center for the Iranian Quds Force, through which Iran's presence in Syria is managed - Damascus International Airport.
Coordination center between Unit 190 of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards and Unit 108 of Hezbollah - Damascus International Airport.
Depots belonging to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, 58th Brigade of the 1st Division, located in the Sahya Mountains between the towns of Najha and Al-Adaliyah south of Damascus.
91st Brigade of the 1st Division in the Kiswah region includes military groups affiliated with the Iranian Revolutionary Guards and Lebanese Hezbollah's Radwan Division.
located west of Damascus near the town of Jadidat Artouz, which includes a base for the Radwan Division as well as warehouses for storing weapons and equipment.
The Iranian Command and Organization Center includes a main command center for the Iranian Quds Force near Mezzeh Airport.
Mezzeh Military Airport includes Iranian Revolutionary Guards centers near Damascus.
Iranian forces have training camps Iranian forces have training camps near Al-Shibani barracks, which belong to the Iranian Quds
Force and Lebanese Hezbollah and are located west of Damascus
(the Republican Guard handed the barracks over to the Iranian forces in 2012, providing a special base for them).
The camp, which also accommodates helicopters, is situated between Al-Shibani Barracks and the driving school on Al-Dimas Road.
The camp specializes in military training and is directly supervised by Lebanese Hezbollah and Afghan Fatimiyoun Brigade officers.
Corps has a special camp for the forces it encompasses within its ranks, which are located between the towns of Artouz and Qatana outside Damascus. The camp is linked to the Iranian Quds Force Command and Organization Center, which is located near Mezzeh Military Airport.
The camp specializes in training new recruits to use heavy weapons, tanks, and Soviet amphibious tracked infantry fighting vehicles (BMPs), in addition to using various types of light and medium weapons.
The camp encompasses warehouses for weapons, ammunition, and missiles that are exclusively guarded by members of Hezbollah. These warehouses are linked to the Command and Organization Center of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards located at Mezzeh Military Airport.
Equipment is usually transported from these warehouses by civilian transport vehicles, often heading to Qatana and then on to the town of Yafour, where Lebanese Hezbollah militias are deployed.
There is also a permanent Hezbollah and Iranian Revolutionary Guards detachment in the camp, with an approximate total of 50 members, which is tasked with protecting the camp.
The camp is supervised by an Iranian lieutenant colonel alongside a Hezbollah commander.
Lebanese Hezbollah owns military warehouses located in Jabal Salah Al-Tayer, and oversees and supervises the headquarters of the First Armored Vehicle Division Command in Jabal Al-Kiswah outside Damascus.
It is also considered a good location for protection and concealment from Israeli reconnaissance operations and missile strikes. Several camps are located in the mountainous region, namely the 1st Division, 153rd Regiment, and 159th Regiment.
Tunnels have been established by the fortification branch of the Military Works Administration under the supervision of Syrian officers and engineers from the regime's army Engineers Department, and with the help of North Korean experts.
Iranian Revolutionary Guards commanders were allocated these tunnels after a 1st Division Iranian command center near the international highway was targeted by Israeli aircraft several times during 2017 and 2018.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guards began transferring heavy equipment and weapons to these tunnels at the beginning of summer 2019.
The base includes nine weapons warehouses, as well as light and medium weapons and ammunition of various calibers.
The Revolutionary Guards maintain a focus base high on a hill near the Damascus - Daraa road within the base of the 91st Tank Brigade for the 1st Armored Vehicle Division.
The location also includes modern radars belonging to the Iranian forces and an advanced surveillance station, which was subject to Israeli strikes in early 2019.
The administration of this base is supervised by an Iranian officer, who in turn coordinates with officers from the 1st Armored Vehicle Division to ensure the presence of Iranian forces.
A runway located in the Aqraba area near Damascus,12km from Damascus International Airport, used by the Iranian Quds Force.
The drones carry out monitoring and reconnaissance operations in southern Syria up to the border with Israel.
The Al-Radwan Division and the Hezbollah Border Unit are deployed at the 121st Brigade Command camp located near the town of Kanaker outside Damascus.
There are a number of Iranian advisers at this location, as well as a Lebanese Hezbollah officer. There are a large number of officers from both the Revolutionary Guards and Lebanese Hezbollah; their numbers are constantly changing, but there is a permanent presence of 200 officers.
The 121st Brigade was one of the first coordinated formations on the border with Israel, around 24km from the front line and about 27km from the city of Damascus. This location is considered the main and most important location west of Damascus due to its geographical positioning and its proximity to the Golan Heights.
The camp is also considered a supply, logistics, and ammunition support base for the Revolutionary Guards and Hezbollah members positioned at the Triangle of Death in southern Syria, as it supplies the area with personnel, food, drink, ammunition, and combat provisions in full. It furthermore supervises and leads several affiliated bases, the most important of which is the Tal al-Shaham (or Al-Shams) position.
The 121st Brigade includes a group specializing in anti-air missiles. Lebanese Hezbollah works in coordination with regime forces to run training courses on air defense platforms and the use of radar and missile systems.
The headquarters of the 5th Mega Division Command in Izraa. It includes the headquarters and centers of the Shia 313 forces.
The 12th Brigade affiliated with the 5th Division near the town of Izraa, which includes three 313 Forces brigades and training centers.
The 91st Brigade,1st Armored Vehicle Division, located on the Damascus - Daraa highway, including centers belonging to the Iraqi Al-Hadi Brigades.
The 89th Artillery and Air Defense Regiment in the Jabab Daraa region, including Iranian air defense commanders and officials.
A small hill that accommodates the regime forces' 15th Brigade located near the city of Inkhil in the rural area of Daraa governorate.The groups here belong to Hezbollah's Border Unit headed by Lebanese commander Ali Musa Al-Daqdouq, with about 250 personnel distributed across a number of buildings and prefabricated houses. Their headquarters includes four medium-sized 5.14mm machine guns and two 23mm heavy artillery canons, in addition to two 220mm Grad rocket launchers, an 82mm Katyusha, and Tetra communication devices. The Hezbollah groups within the 15th Brigade are directly supervised by Lebanese commander Muhammad Al-Taher.
A specialist monitoring and reconnaissance center within the shrine of Al-Huzaifa bin Al-Yaman, located east of the town of Aliqin in the rural area of Daraa governorate.
The 61st Brigade at Tal Al-Jabiyah, including Iranian headquarters belonging to the Lebanese Hezbollah Border Unit.
An organization and intelligence center for intelligence agencies affiliated with Lebanese Hezbollah located in the vicinity of Daraa.
The 43rd Brigade, 9th Division, near Basir in the Daraa rural area, including a Hezbollah unit.
Tal Al-Miqdad, Daraa, near the town of Mahajah, housing a joint operations room for Iranian and Syrian regime forces.
This location, which belongs to the regime forces, is situated near the city of Inkhil in the rural area of Daraa governorate, and includes groups from Hezbollah's Border Unit. The groups' members are estimated to number 250, deployed across a number of buildings and prefabricated houses.
Al-Areen 313 Regiment is led by Wassim Masalmah of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards (its main center is Daraa city in Al-Matar district).
Al-Bustan Association (Daraa Branch, Panorama District) affiliated with Iran.
Hezbollah operatives and Revolutionary Guards' technical personnel in the 90th Brigade located in Tal Al-Shaham in the Al-Quneitra governorate rural area along the administrative border between the western outskirts of Damascus and Al-Quneitra. The detachment's task is to wage electronic warfare and conduct reconnaissance and jamming operations.
The Golan Regiment is an armed local militia group made up of men from Al-Quneitra. It is affiliated with the Revolutionary Guards.
(Majd Haymoud Group)
(Hassan Haza Abu Jafar Mumtanah Group)
(Mawlid Al-Zahir Group)
Al-Quneitrah branch, in the city of Al-Baath (the city of the Golan martyrs), east of Khan Arnabeh.
Lebanese Hezbollah monitoring site within the Rawayhinah Brigade (east of the city of Rawayhinah) affiliate with the the Syrian army.
Lebanese Hezbollah monitoring site within the Armoured Vehicle Squadron Brigade (west of the town of Al-Mualaqah on the border strip) affiliated with the Syrian army.
Lebanese Hezbollah monitoring site in east Tal Al-Ahmar (south of the town of Koudnah, in the center of Al-Quneitrah governorate)
A Lebanese Hezbollah monitoring site in west Tal Al-Ahmar (south of the town of Koudnah, in the center of Al-Quneitrah governorate)
The Iranian forces possess a drone center that is still under construction within the Khalkhalah Military Airport in the countryside of Al-Suwayda'.
The establishment of the drone center comes in parallel with the establishment of an intelligence center that has been developed within Khalkhalah Military Airport in the countryside of Al-Suwayda' governorate.
The intelligence center's tasks are to collect information on Jordan and the border area with Israel.
The Iranian command takes the utmost caution to protect its drone centers. This is done by keeping the drones in warehouses that are distributed near runways to prevent satellite detection,
while all members and officers from the regime's forces are prohibited from approaching those centers.
The 127th Special Forces Brigade, located between Al-Afinah and Rasas in Al-Suwayda Governorate, includes centers belonging to the Revolutionary Guards.
Al-Thalah Airport, Al-Suwayda, includes groups belonging to the Afghan Fatimiyoun Brigade.
A military post belonging to Lebanese Hezbollah in Tal Al-Zatar, west of Daraa on the Al-Yadoudah road.
A Lebanese Hezbollah military post in the Al-Lajat area around the town of Al-Masika (Hamer).
A Lebanese Hezbollah military post in the town of Sawr in Al-Lajat.
A Lebanese Hezbollah military post in the town of Atman (located at Al-Majbal, northeast of Atman).
A Lebanese Hezbollah military post in the town of Qayta.
A Lebanese Hezbollah military post in Tal Qayta.
A Lebanese Hezbollah point in Al-Uwayna, north of the town of Jediyah.
A Lebanese Hezbollah location at Jediyah artillery battalion.
Lebanese Hezbollah command headquarters in the northern town of Jediyeh.
Lebanese Hezbollah headquarters in Khirbet Koum Iqra.
Two Lebanese Hezbollah locations in the village of Deir Al-Adas. First location
Two Lebanese Hezbollah locations in the village of Deir Al-Adas. Second location
A Lebanese Hezbollah military post in Tal Gharin, north of the village of Kafr Nasij.
Lebanese Hezbollah location near the Ayoun Al-Alaq spring.
Lebanese Hezbollah point inside the Jubailiya Company (northwest of Kafr Nasij).
Lebanese Hezbollah military location in Tal Ghashim (west of Deir Al-Bakht).
Lebanese Hezbollah military post in the eastern Tal Fatima area of the village of Al-Danaji.
Two Lebanese Hezbollah locations in Deir Makir. First location
Two Lebanese Hezbollah locations in Deir Makir. Second location
This location encompasses MD missile bases belonging to Lebanese Hezbollah, and about 200 of its fighters are situated here.
Lebanese Hezbollah's road from the Lebanese town of Helwa to the mountains outside the Syrian village of Sarghaya. Lebanese Hezbollah uses a mountain road, the same one it has been using since the 1990s, that connects southern Lebanon with its Shia north.The road passes through southern Lebanese villages bordering Syria (Helwa - Yatta) and crosses the Damascus-Beirut road to reach the Syrian village of Kfir Yabous before taking the mountain road west of Al-Zabadani to the Wadi Al-Khanzir region, west of the Syrian village Sarghaya.
The Mona Lisa Resort: A tourist resort located in the south of the Al-Zabadani region that overlooks Lake Zarzar, the international highway, and most of Lebanon.
It has been used by Lebanese Hezbollah militants since 2011 as a resting base. The resort houses the command center of the Al-Radwan Brigade, which is affiliated with Hezbollah.
The location is also a focal monitoring point for the group.
The Kfir Yabous road, providing access between the Lebanese town of Helwa and the Syrian town of Kfir Yabous.
Barak Al-Rasas Road is a mountain road that connects the towns of Kfir Yabous and Yabous. The road is used by Lebanese Hezbollah to reach the missile base located west of the city of Al-Zabadani. Two Syrian army brigades are positioned on either side of the road to protect it.
This is the road from the missile base to the tunnel gate in Wadi Al-Khanzirah in western Sarghaya.
A Lebanese Hezbollah missile base located northwest of the city of Al-Zabadani, protected by military bases and tanks.