“US Strikes Houthi Drones in Yemen, Targets Ground Control Centre to Safeguard Naval Operations”
In a strategic move, the United States military launched targeted strikes against 10 drones operated by Iran-aligned Houthi rebels in Yemen. The operation also focused on dismantling a ground control centre associated with the Houthi unmanned aerial vehicles. The US Central Command (CENTCOM) justified the strikes by highlighting an “imminent threat” posed by the Houthi one-way UAVs to both merchant vessels and US Navy ships in the region. The military action aims to bolster freedom of navigation, fostering safer international waters for both US Navy vessels and merchant ships.
Amidst escalating tensions, the US military executed precision strikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen, neutralizing a fleet of 10 drones and targeting a critical ground control station. The Houthi unmanned aerial vehicles were deemed an imminent threat to both US Navy ships and merchant vessels navigating the region. The US Central Command (CENTCOM) emphasized that this decisive action is pivotal in safeguarding freedom of navigation and enhancing the safety and security of international waters for US Navy vessels and merchant fleets. The move underscores the ongoing efforts to counter potential threats and maintain stability in the strategically significant maritime domain.