Author: Shi Jiangyue

Why did the coalition forces led by Saudi Arabia have not been able to defeat Yemen’s anti -government armed forces, Hussersea armed forces? This question has become a question that many people can’t understand in their hearts. However, when the Houthi armed forces showed their arsenal to the outside world, you understood where the answer was.

1. New missiles have lethality

According to the Middle Eastern Media AMN News Agency, several senior officials of Hussean armed forces attended the Hussein weapon exhibition on July 7. Judging from the photos and introductions posted, the displayed navigation missiles, new ballistic missiles, and the first released SAMAD-3 drone and Qasif-2K drone (often used to attack Saudi Arabia Airport).

QUDS-1 cruise missile

According to media reports, the Hassas armed forces in the capital Sana mainly demonstrated new missiles and unmanned aircraft. According to AMN News Agency, this missile named “QUDS” is likely to be a so -called new cruise missile. The exhibition also allowed the outside world to see the QUDS-1 cruise missile for the first time. The Hussean armed forces used this missile in at least twice.

Earlier, people believed that the missile was a derivative of the Iranian Soumar cruise missile and the imitation of the Soviet KH-55 cruise missile. However, the new photo shows that the Marcelon missile has very unique features, like a turbine jet engine and a static wings installed on the top.

The engine of this missile seems to be the same as TJ-100. The turbine jet engine is produced by the Czech PBS VELKA BITEš company and is not found on any known missile. The international coalition led by Saudi Arabia showed some of this missile engine wreckage.

So far, Hussequan has not disclosed the specifications of any missiles. However, some expert analysis believes that the cruise missile has a range of more than 150 kilometers. As for the guidance method, the missile may rely on the inertial navigation system (INS), which is assisted by the satellite navigation system (such as GPS or Glonass).

In addition, missiles can be equipped with a terrain contour matching (Tercom) system. This will allow missiles to fly at low and be discovered by the enemy’s radar.

It is said that on June 12, the Houthi armed forces hit the terminal of Saudi Abra International Airport with a “QUDS-1” cruise missile. This missile was also used to attack the AL-SHUQAIQ seawater desalination facilities and power plants in southwestern Saudi Saudi on June 19.

BADIR-F precision guidance tactical ballistic missile

The Badir-F precise guidance tactical ballistic missile also appeared in the exhibition of Hussean. This new missile is a new short -range ballistic missile exposed on April 16. It is said that this missile has a strong lethality, and the accuracy of guidance has also been greatly improved.

It can be seen from the photos that this short-range ballistic missile is greater than the previous model, such as BADIR-1 and guidance-type Badir-1P. The size of the missile is close to the former Soviet Union’s OTR-21 TOCHKA short-range ballistic missile (NATO code SS-21 “Saint Beetle”). However, the former’s design route is completely different.

When this missile was first discovered, the Hussean armed armed claimed that the range of the missile could reach 160 kilometers and was equipped with a heavy warhead equipped with near -frying. A Hussean armed spokesman said at the time that the missile will explode 20 meters above the designated target and will scatter about 14,000 shysters in a round area with a radius of 350 meters.

The exposed missile photos indirectly confirmed some of the Hersen armed arms. This missile is indeed installed with a mobile wing, which confirms that the missile is an improved weapon system. Laser near -fried queries can also be found in the missile nose of the missile.

Since April last year, the Badir-F missile has repeatedly attacked the coalition forces led by Saudi Arabia and its agency armed forces. The recent attack target is a military camp supported by Maller in the central province of Yemen.

Second, suicide drone is amazing

The appearance of the new “SAMAD-1” and “SAMAD-3” drone is believed to surprise the outside world.

Samad-1 drone

The appearance design of the SAMAD-1 drone is the same as that of the Lebanon Allah’s previous MIRSAD drone. Last year, Lebanon showed this type of MIRSAD drone in a museum in southern Lebanon.

The SAMAD-1 drone seems to be equipped with an optoelectronic reconnaissance system and two data links, which may be used to control and signal dissemination. This drone is considered to be unable to carry any types of weapons, but the Houthi armed forces may be equipped with a warhead on the Samad-1 drone to turn it into a suicide drone.

Samad-3 drone

The SAMAD-3 drone is the third generation of the Hussean armed SAMAD drone series. This is the first appearance. The design of Samad-3 follows the same route as the first generation. However, this drone seems to have an arched fuel tank (CFT). This unique function may largely expand the range of drones.

Unlike the first generation, SAMAD-3 is a standard suicide drone, which aims to combat the target in the inside of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

On July 26, 2018, the Hassas armed forces attacked Abu Dhabi International Airport, UAE. The airport is more than 1,500 kilometers away from the area controlled by the Western Hussean.

According to the AMN News Agency, these new weapons displayed by Hussersen armed forces are expected to give the organization more and more powerful firepower to challenge Saudi leaders’ coalition forces.

In the past few months, the Hussean armed forces launched a series of drone attacks on two airports in Saudi Arabia, which killed a resident, including dozens of civilians, including children.

It can be said that the international coalition leaders led by the Anti -government and Saudi leaders representing the two sides of the armed military conflict they are underway, the latter conducts a regular air strike. Saudi Arabia, which leads the international coalition forces, supports the Yemen government to fight the war against the Hussean armed political faction.

3. Iran is the supporter behind?

Saudi -led international coalition forces have been participating in the Anti -Men’s civil war since March 2015. At that time, the request of Yingyi’s President ABD Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, the international coalition began to launch an air strike on the Hussean armed rebels. According to the United Nations, the conflict of Yemen led to a large -scale humanitarian crisis in the country.

Saudi Arabia claims that Iran is the biggest supporter behind Hussean armed forces. From weapons to funds, Hasai armed forces would have been defeated by the Saudi Allied Forces without the support of Iran. The current situation is that the Houthi armed forces frequently used missiles and suicide drones to kill the Saudi coalition ships and airports.

In December 2018, the conflict of the conflict held its first face -to -face meeting in Stockholm for many years. The meeting was organized by the United Nations.

In fact, a few days ago, the Houthi armed forces had just used suicide drones to launch two attacks on the military bases at Saudi Gizan Airport and the high altitude Abuha Airport. The main target of the attack is the airport’s fighters and other important facilities, trying to destroy the Saudi Air Force’s fighters and runways.

A Hussean spokesman warned that if Saudi -led the coalition forces did not stop the air strike on Husai’s target, there would be “more painful attacks.”

Yemen is currently one of the poorest countries in the Middle East. The conflict of Yemen has brought a large -scale humanitarian crisis to this war -torn country.