One of our correspondents was kind enough to send me this link. We should all watch it. It has a quality much like "The Battle of San Pietro," a film from the Italian Campaign in WW2.
It depicts a running battle through the mountains along the excellent road from Najran City as the Saudi and and allied Yemeni forces (referred to as traitors in the film) flee to the east trying to escape the giant, well laid ambush that was set as a trap by the Houthis and the Salih loyalist part of the Yemeni Army.
Evidently the senior Saudi commanders mostly deserted their men and fled early and swiftly. As a result the Saudi forces surrendered en masse, abandoning armored vehicles and civilian type trucks stuffed full of weapons, supplies and ammunition. Many of the vehicles, including armored vehicles are in running condition and in the film one can see Yemeni soldiers mount the vehicles and drive them off Among these vehicles are fully tracked M-113 US made APCs that are carriers for radar trained air defense Gatling guns, These will be very useful in the future.
Some of the vehicles are marked in Arabic as belonging to the Saudi National Guard (SANG) and from their condition I suppose that these troops were from the Modernized SANG that the US has worked hard to train and equip for fifty years or more. The easy surrender of these beduins is very bad news for the Saudi monarchy.
The many, many prisoners seem to be humanely treated. There are Houthi medical personnel on the scene treating enemy wounded. If I were the Rebel commander I would truck all these prisoners down to Sanaa and invited the International Red Cross and UN in to register them and start a stream of food, water and shelter supplies coming in to care for all these men.
Someone please show President Trump this film. It makes the lies of creatures like Pompeo obvious.