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Cameraman Way Too Close To Massive Airstrike On Missile Storage Bunker

Published June 10, 2021

A video reportedly out of Aden, Yemen, filmed in 2015, shows an Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) air force precision strike being carried out on a Houthi-controlled missile storage bunker, resulting in a massive explosion.


According to reports of the incident, the targeted bunker was being used to store several OTRK-8K14 "Elbrus" (NATO: Scud-B) tactical ballistic missiles. The cameraman, likely the joint air controller for the strike, wasn't counting on the secondary blast of the combusting weapons to be so large, or he would've given himself more standoff distance. Debris continues to fall several seconds after the blast, and from the video it is unclear if the cameraman survived.

Published June 10, 2021

A video reportedly out of Aden, Yemen, filmed in 2015, shows an Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) air force precision strike being carried out on a Houthi-controlled missile storage bunker, resulting in a massive explosion.


According to reports of the incident, the targeted bunker was being used to store several OTRK-8K14 "Elbrus" (NATO: Scud-B) tactical ballistic missiles. The cameraman, likely the joint air controller for the strike, wasn't counting on the secondary blast of the combusting weapons to be so large, or he would've given himself more standoff distance. Debris continues to fall several seconds after the blast, and from the video it is unclear if the cameraman survived.

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