Watch: Warplanes take off from Saudi Arabia to support Israel
US Central Command reported that the B-1 Lancer strategic bomber, dispatched by Washington to support the Israeli enemy entity, was refueled aerially in the region’s sky by a KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft.
Exclusive / Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
By tracking the flight paths of this bomber dedicated to protecting and supporting the Israeli enemy entity, it was revealed that it made a round trip to the skies of Saudi Arabia, specifically the capital Riyadh. Meanwhile, the KC-135 aircraft took off from Prince Sultan Air Base to carry out the refueling mission.
On the same day, KC-135 aircraft were observed taking off from Prince Sultan Air Base towards the Red Sea to refuel American and Israeli combat patrols flying over the Red Sea as part of the missions to protect the Israeli enemy entity from any targeting.
Below is the navigation data revealing Saudi Arabia’s support for the Israeli enemy entity, which was monitored on November 5th:
1- The B-1 Lancer strategic bomber in the skies of Riyadh.
2- Two KC-135 aircraft dedicated to aerial refueling of fighter jets heading west from Riyadh.
3- A third KC-135 aircraft stopped in the skies of Riyadh and then departed northward.