Crossfire. By the accounts that I have read, these helo-borne commandos were very effective in their attacks on IDF armour in Lebanon - much more so than the outclassed Syrian tanks were. The commandos used ambushes with ATGMs, RPGs, & even AT grenades, as well as calling-in Gazelle helicopter strikes on the advancing Israeli columns, to deadly effect. The base with 2 figures is the Platoon Commander (I'm planning to add a wire aerial to the radio man).
The other 4 single figures are Squad Leaders for each of the teams. I have painted them in a mixture of 'vertical lizard pattern', patchy camo, & Syrian Army fatigues, because as is common with elite units, they were allowed a great deal of flexibility with dress. Most of the figures are wearing the orange berets popular among Syrian elite & 'political' troops at the time.
The figures are from the excellent Peter Pig AK47 range. They are based on Ø25mm laser-cut ply bases from Fenris Games, to match the width of the 25 x 50mm pill-shaped fireteam bases that I am using.