According to Khabar Agency, a military source said that the Army and People’s Committees managed to storm the Nahoukah base in west of Najran on Thursday, taking full control of it after clashing with Saudi forces.

The source said Saudi forces suffered heavy losses and equipments after Yemeni forces controls the Saudi military base.

He pointed out that the Yemeni army’s artillery units destroyed a Saudi’s Hummer military vehicle in Rabuah of Asir, adding that missile forces also flattening multiple Saudi sites in Jizan including Al-Radeef base.

He added that Yemeni forces targets most of the Saudi military sites in Najran, including the Rejla Camp.

This coincided with the Coalition air raid targeting many Saudi military sites controlled by Yemeni army and People’s Committees in Jizan, Najran, and Asir, along with reconnaissance drones flying over it.

The military source spoken on condition of anonymity as he was not authorized to speak with media.

Also on Wednesday, Yemeni forces destroyed military vehicles in Asir and Jizan, along with rockets and missiles raining towards several Saudi locations.

Military source told Khabar Agency that missile units belonging to the Army and People’s Committees destroyed a vehicle and killed Saudi troops who were on board in Rabuah.

Meanwhile, Saudi-led Coalition airstrikes raided dozens of villages controlled by the Army and people’s committees in Jizan region, targeting bridges, roads and houses.

 

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