BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:55 P.M.) – Minutes ago, the Yemeni Army’s rocket battalion fired a long range missile towards the King Khaled Military Airport in the southwestern countryside of Saudi Arabia.

According to Yemeni media activists, the rocket battalion fired a Qaher-2M ballistic missile at the King Khaled Military Airport, which is located near the Khamis Mushayt area of Saudi Arabia.


No information was released on whether or not the missile hit its intended target.

Tonight’s missile launch marked the first time the Yemeni military has attacked the King Khaled Airport, as they typically target the King Fahd Military Base.

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Excellent! Blow the f*ckers up!


I just hope it hit the target 🙂