AlfaT8 wrote:KoTeMoRe wrote:AlfaT8 wrote:KoTeMoRe wrote:AlfaT8 wrote:KoTeMoRe wrote:AlfaT8 wrote:medo wrote:I doubt, Houtis don't have an air force. But there could be some anti-tank weapons. Anyway, Houtis could now be able to fight with Saudis for quite some time with all this weapons and ammunition.
I'm more surprised, that Saudi air force didn't bomb this stockpile before it fall to Houtis. This is a big object with a lot of supplies. Really hard to miss.
Who knows, that stockpile is massive.
Saudi air-force is completely disorganized, i doubt they'll bomb it for a few days.
Saudi airforce is being spoon fed by the US, there's nothing disorganized about it. It's just they can't help their ground troops.
I rest my case.
I agree with you on the end game, but the KSAAF is the only thing that works properly in this war (including killing civilians). You can't help people that can't fight.
You mean civilians or the KSA/Merc army??
I mean that the rag tag army that the KSA is putting together to fight instead of its own inept troops is even less prone to coordinate with the RSAAF.
The RSAAF is doing its job properly (including terrorozing Yemeni civilians) but they cannot interoperate with the troops on the ground outside QRF calls like we've seen. The armed forced of Saudi Arabia despite all their kit cannot operate as a land component of an interarms structure.
And as Fred333 said, without the RSAAF (and US strikes) Popular Islamic Republic of NovoHouthia would have it's Capital in Bishah or outright in Mecca.
Alright KoTeMoRe, in that case it is not the KSAAF that is disorganize, but rather the coordination between them and there ground elements.
That's why I agreed with you on the core of the problem. It's like having the best brakes ever, but a broken car.