Saudi-led Coalition Warplane Crashed In Yemen’s Abyan Province

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Saudi-led Coalition Warplane Crashed In Yemen's Abyan Province

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A warplane belonging to the Saudi-led coalition crushed in the Yemeni province of Abyan on Wednesday, the Yemenpress media outlet reported citing a local source.

A local source told the Yemenpress that the fall of a military aircraft belonging to the Saudi aggression Typhoon type and lost its pilot after impacting in the area of Al-Wadee in Abyan province under mysterious circumstances.

The source pointed to the intense flight of the Saudi-American aggression on the region, while the alliance of aggression has not recognized until the moment the incident,” the media reported.

The warplane’s pilot was reportedly killed in the incident.

Last week, a UAE pilot died in another warplane crash in Yemen.

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  • Hassan Ghonem

    It was Emirati and UAE had declared that the pilot is dead

    • EmilyEnso

      Possibly one mercenary – less.
      I ain’t crying!

  • MD Ranix

    God always answers the supplications of the oppressed

    • Drinas

      He does but he good be more timely..

      • BMWA1

        He has been very busy!

    • Daniel Rich

      @ MD Ranix

      Q; God always answers the supplications of the oppressed

      R: Provided his ‘hearing aid’ isn’t jammed by the FUKZUS war machine’s ‘Propaganda Channels’ as part of their ‘Weapons of Mass Deception’ program.

  • EmilyEnso

    Saudi-led Coalition Warplane Crashed In Yemen’s Abyan Province

    In one word.

    FANTASTIC.

  • Pave Way IV

    At first, I was thinking that someone got a few Russian, Iranian or Chinese MANPADS with all the mysterious aircraft ‘crashes’ in Yemen lately. But that’s my typical western thinking. Occam’s Razor: It was probably a pissed-off 18-year-old Houthi with a steady hand using iron sights on a Mk 1 Enfield. Well, that’s the story I want to believe, anyway – no matter how improbable.

    Saudi Arabia and the UAE have no chance against the Houthis. They’re way out of their league in Yemen. I can only hope that when they finally give up and head back home, the Houthis will follow them.

    • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

      Maybe the Houthi was using a Ross and hit the pilot or the Mk.4 Lee-Enfield which is by far the better version since it has craftsmanship behind unlike British masters of quantity over quality. Hate the fact the clips are lead though, too soft so you leave the clip in.

      • Pave Way IV

        The Houthi kid will inherit his grandpa’s ‘newer’ Mk 4 when grandpa passes away.

        • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

          they will care for it , the Ross was never designed as a trench rifle , but it was very accurate , was used by Frances Pegahmagabow he had 378 sniper kills with it and captured 300 prisoners in first world war , runner, scout, sniper was highly decorated came from the Ojibwa nation.

    • testera

      Since they are avid users of Soviet WWII tehnology, it’s
      more likely that this is the work of GAZ mounted Quad Maxim guns. :)
      https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e0/Bundesarchiv_Bild_121-1204%2C_Russland%2C_Vierlings-MG_auf_LKW.jpg
      http://wiki.warthunder.com/images/a/a7/4M_GAZ-AAA_Garage.jpg

      • Pave Way IV

        I need one of those. For squirrels and stuff..

      • BMWA1

        Yes, the SU 100 with the fine naval gun (probably the reason for the Army’s delay in production) is back in action in Yemen.

  • Thegr8rambino

    AHHAHAHAHA GOOD