Last night, the Aela airstrip in Naypyitaw, where the military council headquartered, was set ablaze by the revolutionary groups’ attack with shock missiles. Because of the large size of the fire, it was said that the storage area of the jet fuel was damaged, and it was also said that the ammunition storage area was hit by an explosion. As the area is fully secured by the military, it was not yet possible to confirm the extent of the damage. The military council broadcasted the news that there was only a forest fire near the airstrip. At the same time, a factory in Pwint Phyu township, Magwe division that manufactures aerial bombs of the military was also attacked with shock missiles. It was confirmed that the explosion hit the weapons depot as the revolutionary groups fired with precision from the nearest point. Some soldiers may also be injured and killed. Russian weapon experts were also inside the factory when the shooting took place. There was no specific information on whether or not they were affected. Lately, it has been noticed that revolutionary groups could attack strategic targets inside the army. If they attacked such targets frequently, it can cause a lot of trouble for the military council.