US Navy Destroys Iranian Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)  In Gulf Of Aden

The USS Carney successfully intercepted and shot down one anti-ship ballistic missile fired from Yemen toward the Gulf of Aden by Houthi terrorists.

The missile interception took place in the Houthi-controlled regions of Yemen.

Following this incident, the USS Carney encountered and brought down three Iranian unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

A Houthi surface-to-air missile that was considered an “imminent threat” to U.S. aircraft was also struck by U.S. forces

The response from the U.S. military was different from earlier airstrikes, which usually aimed to weaken the Houthi rebels’ ability to pose a threat to global shipping.

Houthi rebels have declared American and British interests to be legitimate targets after the U.S. and U.K. military launched retaliatory strikes on Houthi locations.

The United States claims that Iranian details are essential for Houthi attacks on ships, and it has accused Iran of having a significant role in the planning of Red Sea operations.