The ballistic missiles actually used against Saudis

The head of the US Air Force’s southwest Asia division confirmed last Friday that the ballistic missile fired by Iran-backed Houthi rebels at Riyadh Airport earlier in the week was Iranian-made, as demonstrated by the Iranian markings found on the remnants

Speaking at a press conference during a trip to Dubai, Major-General Jeffrey Harrigian, commander for southwest Asia at the U.S. Air Forces Central Command, said, “What we have seen, clearly from the results of the ballistic missile attacks is that there have been Iranian markings on those missiles. That’s been demonstrated and there are pictures that depict that, so to me that connects the dots to Iran in terms of who’s providing those missiles and that capability.”

After the section concerning the missile issue, Maj. Gen. Harrigan continues, “From a military perspective, our relationship has remained very steady. You may not be aware, but I have several folks that are down in the Royal Saudi Air Ops Center, and they continue to facilitate our relationship and operations with the Royal Saudi Air Force as they’ve worked through this challenging time.”