US Air Forces Central Command (AFCENT) escorted half a dozen UAE F-16’s to advanced Red Flag training exercises and “assisted 150 airmen in challenging to prepare for combat ops in Yemen.

In early November then-Defense Secretary James Mattis issued an order to US aircrews halting mid-air refueling operations for the Saudi Arabia-led coalition’s fleet of fighter and attack aircraft.

Yet the new documents show that America has been more intimately connected in helping bomb ground targets than was previously known.

The AFCENT memo also explains that further training was provided to UAE aircrews at the Al Dhafra Air Base in the UAE, operated by the US Air Force, which were immediately deployed for combat operations in Yemen.

UAE military troops also have occupied 4 of 5 major ports in Yemen, controlling incoming humanitarian aid deliveries in order to hand them over and support the evil invading forces.

Running a training program for UAE pilots “who go on to bomb civilian targets in Yemen is yet another US form of complicity in a brutal war that has gone on for far too long.

US troops and mercenaries have also been involved in ground operations in the catastrophic conflict.

A team of approximately one dozen US Army commandos secretly helped the Saudi coalition search out and destroy Houthi ballistic missile storage and launch sites while stationed somewhere in Saudi Arabia near the border with Yemen.

The mercenary team of ex-American Green Berets and ex-Navy SEALs working for a company called Spear Operations Group were behind a “targeted assassination program” in Yemen.

An investigation published by Associated Press in June 2017 found that UAE officials are torturing opposition suspects @ 18 secret detention centers in southern Yemen before turning them over to US personnel for interrogation.

Sputnik / ABC Flash Point WW III News 2019.

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