Early Wednesday, Turkey rolled tanks and special forces across the southern border into Syria to free the town of Jarablus from Islamic State militants.

And you can follow it all on Twitter.

Dubbed "Euphrates Shield," the operation is a major one for Turkey, which launched the offensive in reaction to a series of cross-border attacks and with the aid of Syrian opposition groups.

It's unclear who started the Twitter account. Since it was created around 7 a.m. Washington time, the account has posted photos, videos, maps, operational updates and speeches from Turkish officials.