I have looked at what sources I could find with regard to the Syrian Army's "Tiger Forces."
this organization is described in the wiki as a division. This can mean anything in the Middle East. The fanciful description of various formations as divisions does not give you any real idea of the size of a group. It is described as directly subordinated to the Syrian Army chief of staff as you would expect with regard to an outfit that is used as national level "fire brigade" maneuver reserve.
MG Hassan, the commander of this "division" was an air force intelligence officer for most of his career and became a ground forces commander when asked in 2013 to create this unit. Remarkable. He declined promotion from colonel to brigadier general a year or so ago in order to remain with his men. It is a common practice in armies to promote an officer and then transfer him to a larger job. The Syrian government's response to his refusal was to promote him to major general and allow him to stay with the force he had created. This too is remarkable.
The Tiger Forces have as organic assets something called the Cheetah Forces (Team 3 and Team 6) and associated militia forces that work with the division on a regular basis. All of this seems armor heavy.
This is a unit in the process of becoming a legend in its own time.
I would like to make up an Order of Battle for the Tiger Forces. Any ideas? pl