Interesting footage shows Saudi warplanes involved in Operation Decisive Storm.
On Mar. 25, Saudi Arabia launched the first air strike on targets located in neighbouring Yemen.
Codenamed Operation Decisive Storm, the air war was started to counter the Houthi offensive on Aden, the provisional capital town of the internationally recognized (yet domestically contested) Yemeni government.
As Yemeni President Hadi left Aden to Saudi Arabia, the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) along with several regional air arms launched the first raids against Houthi, who are allied with Yemen’s ousted former President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Warplanes from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, Sudan, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, and Bahrain are taking part in the operation.
The following footage shows RSAF Tornado IDS, F-15S and Eurofighter Typhoon jets launch and recover, day and night, from King Khalid airbase.
Noteworthy, the clip also shows one of the four Sudanese Air Force Su-24Ms that are taking part in the coalition air strikes in Yemen.
Here below you can find another interesting video, focusing on UAE Air Force contribution to the Operation:
H/T to ACIG.info Forum, for hosting the most interesting thread on the Yemen air war you’ll find on the Web.