The Yemeni Air Force and Missiles Force [both loyal to the Houthis] announced on April 5 that they had struck several ammo depots of the Saudi-led coalition and its proxies in the central Yemeni province of Sanaa.
“The joint operation targeted ammo depots of the aggressor’s mercenaries south of Fardat Nihm and achieved accurate hits … Massive explosions erupted,” a military source told the al-Masirah TV.
Experts believe that the Yemeni Air Force and Missile Forces used some of their advanced weapons in the attack, like the Badir-1P precision guided artillery rocket and the Qasef-1K suicide unnamed aerial vehicle (UAV).
The Saudi-led coalition has not commented on the Houthis’ claims so far. This usually means that the attack has been successful. The coalition ignores such attacks in an attempt to cover his loses.
Earlier this week, the Saudi-led coalition launched a large-scale operation to capture the Houthis’ positions in Nihm. However, the operation failed. Today’s attack by the Yemeni Air Force and Missiles Force appears to be a response to coalition’s failed operation.