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US Forces Target Multiple Sites in Yemen: Air and Naval Strikes Update

US Target Multiple Sites in Yemen (Photo from Reuters)

A military campaign against Iran-backed militias in Yemen involved American and British strikes on multiple targets. These target multiple sites in Yemen following attacks in Syria and Iraq after three American military men died in Jordan. F/A-18 fighter jets and Tomahawk-firing ships target multiple sites in Yemen, 36  Houthi locations held by Iranian-backed militants.

US Target Multiple Sites in Yemen (Photo from Reuters)

Coalition Strikes Target Houthi Threat: US and Allies Take Action to Protect International Shipping

The strikes targeted multiple sites in Yemen and attempted to weaken Houthi’s capability for attacking international merchant and U.S. Navy ships. They attacked underground storage, command, and control centers, missile systems, UAV storage, and operating sites, radars, and helicopters. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said the strikes were meant to impair the Iranian-backed Houthi militia’s ability to assault U.S. and international vessels in the Red Sea.

Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands, and New Zealand backed the coalition strikes. These strikes target multiple sites in Yemen warned the Houthis that their illegal attacks on foreign trade and navy vessels would have repercussions. To prevent anti-ship cruise missile launches, Houthi installations with weapons storage, missile systems, air defense systems, and radars were targeted.

American ships stopped Houthi attacks on Red Sea shipping. The USS Laboon and Eisenhower F/A-18s downed seven drones, while the USS Carney shot down one over the Gulf of Aden. The Houthis pledged to escalate military operations against perceived aggressors until their goals were met.

READ ALSO: US Military Targets Houthi Terrorists In Yemen In Ongoing Airstrikes

Yemen Military Strikes: Tensions Persist in Middle East Amidst Ongoing Conflict

Despite the military strikes, regional escalation worries persist. Middle East participants’ complex dynamics and conflicts are shown by the ongoing conflict. As events unfold, international attempts to calm the region and avert violence will be important.

Recently conducted military operations in Yemen highlight continued tensions between Iran-backed militants and foreign forces. The strikes targeted Houthi capabilities to deter Red Sea shipping attacks. However, the region is still unstable, and stabilization efforts are ongoing.

READ ALSO: Houthi Missile Threat Thwarted: US Military Successfully Defends Against Another Attack

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