20 bandits ‘killed’ as fighter jets pound Abu Sayyaf camp in Basilan

ZAMBOANGA CITY – Twenty bandits were “killed” as the Philippine Air Force’s newly acquired FA-50 fighter jets pounded and destroyed a camp of the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) in Sumisip, Basilan province, military officials said.
Lt. Col. Andrew Bacala Jr., Army’s 4th Special Forces Battalion commander, on Friday said the fighter jets “delivered deadly payload, inflicting heavy casualties to the ASGs.”
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