Arab Coalition Air Force launched a series of air strikes, moments before, targeting a large military groups of Houthis in the city of Demt.
According to a field source, the war fighters destroyed a number of Houthi crews and military vehicles that were on their way to the Al-Dhalea fronts.
According to the source: The air strikes against the coalition fighters came after field monitoring and advance intelligence information that there were large gatherings of Houthi militias in the city of Demt on its way to Dhalea.
The southern forces had been able to break three offensive operations by the Houthi militia in Battar, al-Job, and Markha, respectively, in which the latter suffered heavy casualties.
Houthi militias continue to mobilize their fighters and throw them into the battlefronts burning in Al-Dhalea, but these Houthi reinforcements become from time to time an easy military target for armor units and Arab Coalition fighters that resumed their combat tasks after months of pausing.