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Yemeni Armed Forces Target US Navy Logistics Support Ship in Gulf of Aden

News - Yemen: The Yemeni Armed Forces announced the targeting of a logistics support ship belonging to the US Navy in the Gulf of Aden with a naval missile on Sunday evening.

In a statement on Monday, the spokesman for the Armed Forces Yahia Sare’e declared that this action was in support of the Palestinian people and in response to the US-British aggression on Yemen. He confirmed that the naval forces launched a naval missile, targeting the US Navy ship Lewis B. Puller during its navigation in the Gulf of Aden.

The statement clarified that the ship's mission included providing logistical support to the American forces participating in the aggression against Yemen.

“The targeting operation is part of the military measures taken by the Yemeni Armed Forces in defense of Yemen and as a reaffirmation of the decision to support the oppressed Palestinian people,” Sare’e added.

The Yemeni Armed Forces emphasized their commitment to implementing the decision to prohibit Israeli navigation or ships heading to the occupied Palestinian ports in the Red Sea and the Arabian Gulf until the aggression stops and the blockade on Gaza is lifted.

Over the past month, the Yemeni Armed Forces have been staging many such strikes against Israeli vessels or those bound for the occupied Palestinian territories' ports.

The operations have been described as a response to the October 7-present war and siege that the Israeli regime has been waging against Gaza following an operation carried out by the Palestinian territory's resistance movements.

Around 26,400 Palestinians, some 70 percent of whom are women, children, and adolescents, have been killed in the brutal onslaught so far.

The United States and the UK have also conducted several missile attacks against Yemeni targets in response to the Yemeni strikes.

The latest operation raises the number of American ships targeted by the Yemeni Armed Forces to six since January 10, following an attack on three Yemeni naval boats by US forces, resulting in the martyrdom and loss of ten Navy personnel on December 30.

Previous naval operations targeted US-owned, linked to Zionist enemy ships:

From November 19, 2023, until January 27, 2024, the Yemeni Armed Forces executed 17 naval operations targeting 21 ships, including three owned by the Zionist enemy entity, seven American ships, including a warship, as well as a British oil ship. Additionally, 10 ships heading to the occupied Palestinian ports were targeted. Several ships altered their course in response to warnings from the Yemeni Navy. 


The Yemeni naval operations unfolded as follows:

On November 19, the Yemeni Naval Forces carried out a military operation in the Red Sea, resulting in the seizure of an Israeli ship, Galaxy Leader, and taking it to the Yemeni coast.

On December 3, the Yemeni Naval Forces targeted two Israeli ships in the Bab el Mandeb Strait, United Explorer and Number 9, with a naval missile targeting the first ship and a maritime drone targeting the second.

On December 12, the Yemeni Naval Forces carried out a qualitative military operation against the Norwegian ship, Strinda, loaded with oil and heading to the Israeli entity, targeting it with a suitable naval missile.

On December 14, the Yemeni Naval Forces executed a military operation against the container ship, Maersk Gibraltar, heading to the Israeli entity, with a direct hit from a maritime drone.

On December 15, the Yemeni Naval Forces carried out a military operation against two container ships, MSC Alanya and MSC PALATIUM III, heading to the Israeli entity, targeting them with two suitable naval missiles.

On December 18, the Yemeni Naval Forces carried out a qualitative military operation against two ships linked to the Zionist entity, the first being the Swan Atlantic, loaded with oil, and the other being the MSC Clara carrying containers, targeting them with two naval drones.

On December 26, the Armed Forces announced the success of a dual operation targeting the ship MSC United with a naval missile and hitting Um Al-Rishrash with reconnaissance drones in support of the Palestinian people.

On December 31, the Armed Forces announced the success of a naval operation targeting the container ship Maersk Hangzhou, heading to the occupied ports of Palestine.

On January 3, the Armed Forces confirmed the targeting of the ship CMA CGM TAGE, heading to the occupied ports of Palestine.

On January 10, the Armed Forces announced that the Naval Forces, Rocketry Force, and the Air Force carried out a joint military operation with a large number of ballistic and naval missiles and drones targeting an American ship supporting the Zionist entity. This operation came as an initial response to the treacherous attack suffered by the Yemeni Naval Forces by the US forces on December 31.

On January 15, the Armed Forces announced the targeting of an American ship in the Gulf of Aden with some suitable naval missiles, and the hit was precise and direct.

On January 16, the Yemeni Armed Forces announced targeting the ship Zografia, heading to the ports of occupied Palestine, with several suitable naval missiles, and the hit was direct.

On January 17, the Yemeni Armed Forces announced targeting the American ship Genco Bekardi in the Gulf of Aden with several suitable naval missiles, and the hit was precise and direct.

On January 19, the Armed Forces announced that the naval forces targeted the American ship Chem Ranger in the Gulf of Aden with suitable naval missiles.

On January 22, the Armed Forces announced targeting the American military cargo ship Ocean Jazz in the Gulf of Aden with suitable naval missiles, and the hit was precise and direct.

On January 25, Yemen’s Armed Forces announced a direct hit on a US warship, compelling two American commercial vessels to retreat during a two-hour engagement with American destroyers and warships in the Gulf of Aden.

On January 27, the Yemeni Armed Forces announced the execution of a targeting operation against the British oil ship Marlin Luanda using appropriate naval missiles in the Gulf of Aden, resulting in a direct hit and subsequent ignition.
 

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