Saudi Failures Spurred Al Qaeda in Yemen to Sharpen Its Battle Tactics
Robert Beckhusen

The Saudi’s as soldiers are so uninspiring that it was easy for the Houthi’s to gain skills. The Saudi’s tend to be both vain and lazy insisting they are to good to exercise or maintain their own equipment. Meaning as soon as tanks leave the motor pool and leave foreign maintenance personal behind it’s only a matter of time before it’s going to break down, thus requiring towing. Before entering combat the usual arguments erupt between Saudi soldiers about who’s father is more important then who and how this should involve the order of battle so as to guarantee which families get the glory.

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