The United States Military shot down 11 terrorist suicide drones launched around the Arabian Peninsula on Wednesday.

In a statement released by U.S. Central Command early that day, the agency revealed that U.S. troops “successfully engaged three unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) launched from Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen.”

“Two UAVs were launched over the Gulf of Aden and one UAV was launched over the Red Sea. Then between approximately 7:50 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. (Sanaa time), USCENTCOM forces successfully engaged and destroyed eight UAVs in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen in self-defense,” CENTCOM revealed.

U.S. forces determined that the attack drones that were shot down posed “an imminent threat to U.S., coalition, and merchant vessels in the region.”

According to the U.S. military, there were no deaths or injuries reported in the attacks. No ships were damaged either.

Amid the attacks from Iranian-backed Houthi terrorists in Yemen, the U.S. military is on high-alert for an attack against Israel by Iran and its terrorist proxy groups in retaliation for the killing of an Iranian general, who played a role in Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack on Israel, last week.

Israel eliminated Mohammed Reza Zahedi, the top commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’s Quds Force in Lebanon and Syria, while he met with other Iranian leaders from the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist group. The killing, carried out through the launching of six missiles, was seen as a major escalation in the tension in the Middle East, as two other IRGC-QF generals were killed.

Iran has vowed to take revenge on Israel for the attack, with Syria promising to back its play.

Per Bloomberg News, U.S. officials believe an attack is imminent and is only a matter of when. Officials believe the attack would be carried out through high-precision drones and missiles aimed at different targets in Israel.

Israel has reportedly been preparing for the expected Iran attacks with air force drills “that include preparing to target Iranian nuclear facilities and other key infrastructure.”

Gen. Erik Kurilla, commander of the U.S. Central Command scheduled a meeting with Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant in order to coordinate operations.