Desperate for weaponry, the Free Syrian Army in Aleppo has thrown together a homemade war wagon comprised of a pickup truck patched with scrap metal, a .50 cal machine gun, and a camera. And incredibly, the gun is controlled with a PlayStation controller.
The Jaish al-Mujahideen brigade of the FSA recently demo'd their improvised vehicle to Vocativ. They're intending to use the ingenuous machine to fight both ISIL and the Assad regime. In the video, you can watch them shoot the .50 caliber gun with the controller and explain what they plan to do in the event of an enemy attack.