24 July 2024
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AFP: The Houthis announce the targeting of a "British ship" in the Gulf of Aden
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UKMTO has received a report of an incident 85NM east of Aden, Yemen.
Houthi media: U.S. and U.K coalition launched 403 attacks on Houthi sites in Yemen since January.
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A U.S. Coast Guard cutter, forward deployed to the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) area of responsibility, seized advanced conventional weapons and other lethal aid originating in Iran and bound to Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen from a vessel in the Arabian Sea on Jan. 28.The U.S. Coast Guard Sentinel-class fast-response cutter USCGC Clarence Sutphin Jr (WPC 1147), assigned to U.S. Naval Forces Central Command, located the vessel and boarded it in the Arabian Sea. The boarding team discovered over 200 packages that contained medium-range ballistic missile components, explosives, unmanned underwater/surface vehicle (UUV/USV) components, military-grade communication and network equipment, anti-tank guided missile launcher assemblies, and other military components
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CENTCOM: On Feb. 14, between the hours of 1p.m. – 7:30p.m.(Sanaa time), U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) forces successfully conducted four self-defense strikes against seven mobile anti-ship cruise missiles (ASCM), three mobile unmanned aerial vehicles(UAV), and one explosive unmanned surface vessel(USV) in Houthi controlled areas of Yemen, that were prepared to launch against ships in the Red Sea. CENTCOM identified these mobile missiles, UAVs, and USV in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen and determined it presented an imminent threat to U.S. Navy ships and merchant vessels in the region. These actions will protect freedom of navigation and make international waters safer and more secure for U.S. Navy and merchant vessels
Some Arab countries, including the UAE, are increasingly restricting the U.S. from using military facilities on their soil to launch retaliatory airstrikes on Iranian proxies
Houthis media: Coalition aircraft targeted the Ras Issa area in the Al-Salif District, north of Hodeidah, with a raid.
Coalition airstrikes reported on the Al-Jah area, south of Hodeidah, western Yemen
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CENTCOM: On Feb. 13, at approximately 2:35 p.m. (Sanaa time), U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) forces successfully conducted a self-defense strike against one mobile anti-ship cruise missile (ASCM), in Iranian-backed Houthi controlled areas of Yemen, that was prepared to launch against ships in the Red Sea.Separately, at approximately 9:20 p.m.(Sanaa time), one anti-ship ballistic missile (ASBM) was launched from Iranian-backed Houthi controlled areas of Yemen into the Gulf of Aden. U.S. Navy ships tracked the missile but took no action because the missile was not projected to impact near any ships. There were no reports of injuries or damage from ships in the area
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CEO of MSC Group: We will return to transit through the Suez Canal as soon as the security situation in the Red Sea stabilizes
The Pentagon: We disrupted and weakened the capabilities of the Houthis, but we did not eliminate all of their capabilities, and it is very clear that they still possess a large arsenal.
US Navy: Protection was successfully provided for 2,000 commercial ships in the Red Sea
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CENTCOM: Houthi Attack in Bab al-Mandeb. On Feb. 12 from 3:30 to 3:45 a.m. (Sanaa time), Iranian-backed Houthi militants fired two missiles from Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen toward the Bab al-Mandeb. Both missiles were launched toward MV Star Iris, a Greek-owned, Marshall Islands-flagged cargo vessel transiting the Red Sea carrying corn from Brazil. The ship reports being seaworthy with minor damage and no injuries to the crew. Of note, the MV Star Iris’s destination is Bandar Iman Khomeini, Iran
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The Houthis claimed earlier today that they target the "American ship" Star Iris in the Red Sea with a number of "suitable naval missiles". UKMTO reported an incident earlier, near al-Mukha, off the coasts of Yemen
The Houthis issued a military communique mourning the death of fighters killed by U.S. and British strikes
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The US Army: Yesterday, we carried out attacks on two drones and three anti-ship cruise missiles north of the Yemeni city of Hodeidah
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Houthi media: 3 coalition raids on the Yemeni Hodeidah Governorate
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US Central Command: Yesterday, we attacked two boats and 5 cruise missiles that were prepared to be launched in the Red Sea.
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Feb. 9 Summary of USCENTCOM Self-Defense Strikes in YemenOn Feb. 9, between the hours of 3 a.m. – 9:40 p.m. (Sanaa time), U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) forces conducted self-defense strikes against two mobile unmanned surface vessels (USV), four mobile anti-ship cruise missiles, and one mobile land attack cruise missile (LACM) that were prepared to launch against ships in the Red Sea.CENTCOM identified these missiles and USVs in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen and determined they presented an imminent threat to U.S. Navy ships and merchant vessels in the region
In Saada: Two raids by coalition aircraft on the Qatinat area in Baqim District
Houthi media: American-British bombing targets the Taif area in Al-Durayhimi District
On Feb. 8, between the hours of 5 a.m. – 9 p.m. (Sanaa time), U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) forces conducted seven self-defense strikes against four Houthi unmanned surface vessels (USV) and seven mobile anti-ship cruise missiles that were prepared to launch against ships in the Red Sea.
Abdulmalik al-Houthi: Our operations are continuing, our demonstrations are continuing, our strikes are continuing, and we are confident in victory.
Abdulmalikal-Houthi: If the last dose given to the British ship, which burned from night to night, was not sufficient, more doses could be directed to him.
On Feb. 7, at approximately 9:00 p.m. (Sanaa time), U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) forces conducted self-defense strikes against two Houthi mobile anti-ship cruise missiles prepared to launch against ships in the Red Sea. Later that day, at 11:30 p.m. (Sanaa time), CENTCOM forces conducted a second strike against a Houthi mobile land attack cruise missile prepared to launch. CENTCOM identified these missiles in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen and determined they presented an imminent threat to U.S. Navy ships and merchant vessels in the region.
Hodeidah: coalition aircraft targeted the Ras Issa area in Al-Salif District with three raids
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Maersk: The Red Sea crisis caused immediate pressure on capacity and a temporary increase in shipping rates
CENTCOM: On Feb. 6, from approximately 1:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Arabian Standard Time) Iranian-backed Houthi militants fired six anti-ship ballistic missiles (ASBM) from Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen toward the Southern Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. Three of the ASBMs were attempting to hit MV Star Nasia, a Marshall Island-flagged, Greek owned-and-operated bulk carrier transiting the Gulf of Aden. At approximately 3:20 a.m., MV Star Nasia reported an explosion near the ship causing minor damage but no injuries. At 2 p.m. another missile impacted the water near the ship with no effect. At 4:30 p.m., USS Laboon (DDG 58), operating near MV Star Nasia, intercepted and shot down a third anti-ship ballistic missile fired by the Iranian-backed Houthis. MV Star Nasia remains seaworthy and is continuing toward its destination.
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Iran -backed Houthis fired 6 anti-ship missiles into international shipping lanes today. Some landed in the water; US forces shot at least 1 of these down, per US official
US State Department: Stopping US strikes depends on Iran stopping its support and financing of the militias