US Navy

Red Sea, Shipping
US-led coalition destroys Houthi radar site

CENTCOM has updated that the US-led coalition of Operation Prosperity Guardian struck a radar site belonging to Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen.

Avi Woolf | 02.07.24

Red Sea, Shipping

Former NATO Supreme Commander: US operations in Red Sea "anemic and indecisive"

US Admiral James Stavridis, former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, published a highly critical column on US policy in the Red Sea in Bloomberg, making his own recommendations for changing course.

Avi Woolf | 23.06.24

US Navy, Houthis

CENTCOM: US Navy destroys two Houthi drone ships

US forces in the Red Sea also took out one ground control station and one command and control node in a Houthi-held Yemen.

Avi Woolf | 20.06.24

Houthi attacks, Ship hijacking

US Navy saves Greek crew from Houthi attack

Ship hijackings continue by the Iran-backed Houthi terrorist group, causing destruction and terror to cargo ships in the Red Sea over the past months.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 16.06.24

Houthi Provocation

With Iran's backing: Houthis launch missiles, America responds

The Houthis fired missiles and 2 UAVs in the Red Sea and in return, the US destroyed a surface-to-air missile system that posed a threat to the region. 

JFeed Staff | 04.04.24

Israel-Gaza War, Humanitarian Aid

Report: Europeans lukewarm on Biden's Gaza aid port idea, don't believe it can meet needs

Kann 11 news reporter Roi Kais reports that European diplomats are skeptical of Biden's plan to establish a temporary port near the Gaza coast to directly aid Gazan civilians. The UAE, on the other hand, is enthusiastic.

Avi Woolf | 12.03.24

Israel-Gaza War, Humanitarian Aid

Maritime historian and expert explains the problems with Biden's Gaza port idea

Maritime history professor and observer Sal Mercogliano posted a thread on X/Twitter explaining why President Biden's idea of a temporary port off the Gaza Strip is unnecessary and too risky.

Avi Woolf | 10.03.24

Israel-Gaza War, Humanitarian Aid

US CENTCOM: U.S. Army Vessel (USAV) General Frank S. Besson en route to start building temporary pier for aid to Gazans

According to Reuters, the port will be able to supply up to 2 million meals a day to Gazan civilians escaping the war, and will not be secured ashore by US troops at any stage.

Avi Woolf | 10.03.24

Red Sea, Houthis

US claims destruction of Houthi unmanned submarine in Red Sea

CENTCOM announced that it intercepted three cruise missiles and destroyed one unmanned submarine belonging to Houthi forces in Yemen.

Yair Amar, JFeed Staff | 18.02.24

Houthis, Red Sea

US CENTCOM: Houthi Missile Strikes US-owned Ship in Red Sea

US Central Command posted a report on X/Twitter saying that a US-owned and operated container ship sailing under the Marshall Islands flag was struck by a Houthi-fired ballistic missile. No serious damage was taken or casualties suffered.

Avi Woolf | 15.01.24

Houthis, Red Sea

Yemen: Reports of Strikes on Houthi Targets, Including the Airport

Arab sources report that after a number of Houthi projectile launches in the Red Sea, air strikes were launched against the Houthis in retaliation.

Yair Amar, JFeed Staff | 15.01.24