Yemen: At least 28 Huthi drones U.S. shot down over the Red Sea

At least 28 drones launched by its rebels shot down American forces in the Red Sea airspace. U.S. forces and coalition forces shot down at least 28 drones of the Yemeni Huthi over the Red Sea. This news was announced by the commanding officer of the US armed forces responsible for the Middle East region (CENTCOM). “No U.S. Navy or Coalition ship was damaged in the attack and there were also no reports of commercial ships for damage,” CENTCOM said. Earlier, CENTCOM stressed that the army was responding to a large-scale attack on ships in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden that occurred between 4 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. (local time) on Saturday (09.03.2024). UAVs were intended to be “an immediate threat to merchant ships, the U.S. Navy and coalition ships in the region,” the U.S. Armed Forces command post X said. Earlier today, Britain’s Defence Minister, Grant Sapps announced that a British Navy ship shot down two offensive drones launched by Yemeni rebels Huthi. photos: Reuters

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