No casualties were reported at the Baghdad airport եր Victims of the attacks near Balad air base.
The two Iraqi military bases, which receive US-led coalition forces and foreign contractors, were targeted by numerous missiles, but no one was injured in the attacks.
A statement from the Iraqi Joint Operations Command on Thursday said one attack near a military base near Baghdad airport was carried out by three drones loaded with explosives and one drone was captured and destroyed.
Three rockets hit the Balad air base north of the capital on Wednesday, causing no casualties. Foreign military contractors are stationed at the base.
Attacks on Iraqi bases, especially those hosted by US troops and contractors, have increased since the US The assassination of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani In January 2020 in Baghdad. The Americans usually accuse Iranian-backed militant groups of targeting US forces and interests in Iraq.
More than a dozen rockets have been fired at bases ու Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone since US President Biden took office this year. At least 10 people were killed, including two foreign contractors.
The Balad air base is used by the American company Sallyport to service F-16 fighter jets flying by the Iraqi air force, which has been repeatedly fired rockets.
Last month, another US company, Lockheed Martin, laid off its employees due to security concerns.
At least three foreign subcontractors – one Iraqi subcontractor – was injured in the attacks on Balad.
US forces have been working to oust the US-led dictator in Iraq since 2003 Saddam Hussein, US troops remain there as part of a military coalition set up to fight the Islamic State militant group – a campaign that the Iraqi government announced it won in late 2017.
The rocket attacks are seen as a way to pressure Washington to remove the rest of its personnel, who are considered by Iranian forces to be an occupying force.
In mid-April, pro-Iranian fighters sent explosives The drone crashed at Erbil Airport In the first report of the use of such weapons against a base of US troops in Iraq.