Houthis rebels from war-torn Yemen launched a failed missile attack against a US Navy destroyer on Sunday, a US military spokesman said.
Two missiles failed to hit the US Navy ship after being launched, Pentagon spokesman Captain Jeff Davis told Reuters news agency.
"USS Mason detected two inbound missiles over a 60-minute period while in the Red Sea off the coast of Yemen. Both missiles impacted the water before reaching the ship. There were no injuries to our sailors and no damage to the ship," Davis said.
Lieutenant Ian McConnaughey, a Navy spokesman, said Monday that it was unclear if the Mason was specifically targeted, though the missiles were fired in its direction.
In another attack, a ballistic missile launched from Yemen targeted a Saudi airbase near the Muslim holy city of Mecca, Saudi and rebel media reported Monday.
Saudi Arabia-led coalition has used different types of cluster munitions manufactured by US, UK and Brazil in their attack in Yemen, according to
The US Navy has seized a weapon shipment including 1,500 Kalashnikov assault rifles, 200 rocket propelled grenade launchers and 21 .50-caliber machine guns likely bound to Yemen in the Arabian Sea from Iran
Saudi Air-defence systems intercepted a ballistic missile launched from inside Yemini territory on Thursday. This is the second missile launched by the Houti-controlled area of Yemen and the 78th since the conflict over two years ago
Saudi Arabia has put up contact numbers to report on the list of 40 names of leaders and elements responsible for supporting terrorist activities in the Houthi group. Saudi Arabia considers these people as primarily responsible for planning, implementing and supporting various terrorist activities in the Houthi group and requests information from inside and outside Yemen, Saudi Arabia press reported Tuesday
Yemen's Houthi forces have threatened to shoot down Saudi vessels found anywhere near Red Sea ports controlled by the Yemeni rebels with the newly launched 'underwater' torpedo missiles. The torpedo, nicknamed Al-Manbab, is reportedly capable of hitting enemy ships from far away, although the exact firing reach remains unknown, Almasdar News reports Tuesday
Houthi forces in Yemen have claimed to have shot down a US MQ-9 surveillance drone in the capital Sanaa. “A military source said (Houthi) air defense shot down a U
The Royal Saudi Arabian Air Force (RSAF) attacked a missile site in Yemen, hours after it intercepted a ballistic missile launched by the Houti rebels. The official spokesman of coalition forces "Coalition for the Restoration of the Legitimacy of Yemen" Colonel Turki al-Malki, said that at 2203 pm on Saturday, the Saudi Royal Air Force (RAF) discovered the launch of a ballistic missile from within Yemeni territory towards the Saudi city of Khamis Mushait
A ballistic missile launched by the Yemini rebels towards the Muslim holy city of Mecca has been intercepted by the Saudi-led coalition's air defence system. The Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported today that the missile launch was a desperate attempt to disrupt this year's Haj pilgrimage
Despite opposition from Moscow, Ukraine's Ukroboronprom has decided to pitch for Indian contracts for the supply of components and repair of Russian-origin aircraft of the Indian Air Force, Director General Pavlo Bukin told Defenseworld.net in an interview.
Segments such as Network Centric Warfare, Radars, Weapon systems, Electronic Warfare & Avionics, Military Communications and Electro Optics are likely to drive the Companys growth in the future, says M V Gowtama, Chairman & Managing Director, Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL).
Yuri Slyusar, recently appointed President of Irkut Corporation, Russia commented on the structural changes in his organization and the impact this would have on future of the corporation and on important products of Russian aviation manufactured at the Irkutsk Aviation...
Airstrike-hit Syrian Facilities had no Chemical Weapons
Fincantieri Delivers Seventh FREMM Vessel to Italian Navy
NATO Member Turkey Invites Russia for Its Debut Eurasia Airshow
Airbus, Lockheed Martin, Boeing Bid for German Tornado Fighter Jet Replacement Program
One of the most interesting exhibits at the Dubai Air show 2017 occupies a corner in the Aviation Industries Corporation...
While investigators in India are following up on the money trial in the AgustaWestland VVIP helicopter scandal, the leads as...
With over 451 submarines in service worldwide, the global market of submarines fleet is expected to surge up to $100...
Amid the proliferation of real-time data from sources such as mobile devices, web, social media, sensors, log files and transactional...
Helmets for pilots and ground troops do much more than stopping bullets
As the role of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) expands from traditional low-resolution reconnaissance to high-res video and infra-red besides precision-attack,...