Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels fired an anti-ship ballistic missile at a Marshall Islands-flagged, U.S.-owned and operated container ship called the M/V Gibraltar Eagle, the U.S. military and the vessel’s operator said Monday, as the rebel group continued its assault on global shipping in the Red Sea. There were no injuries or significant damage reported on the civilian vessel, but the missile caused an inconsequential fire in the ship’s hold, the vessel’s operator said.

“Earlier in the day, at approximately 2 p.m. (Yemen local time), U.S. Forces detected an anti-ship ballistic missile fired toward the Southern Red Sea commercial shipping lanes,” the U.S. military’s Central Command said in a statement posted to social media, which also confirmed the attack on the cargo ship. The earlier missile “failed in flight and impacted on land in Yemen. There were no injuries or damage reported.”

The latest attacks on commercial shipping came a day after CENTCOM said it had shot down an anti-ship cruise missile fired by the Houthis toward the American warship USS Laboon as it operated in the Red Sea. It was the first acknowledged attack by the Houthis on a U.S. warship since the U.S. and U.K. militaries started striking the Houthis after weeks of attacks by the Iran-backed group on cargo ships in the crucial shipping corridor. The Houthis have been targeting commercial vessels in the Red Sea with missiles and explosives-laden drones for weeks, claiming it as a legitimate response to Israel’s ongoing war with the Palestinian militant group Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

The missile that was fired toward the USS Laboon “was shot down in vicinity of the coast of Hudaydah (a port on Yemen’s west coast) by U.S. fighter aircraft. There were no injuries or damage reported,” CENTCOM said in a statement late Sunday.

President Biden announced U.S. and allied strikes on the Houthis in a statement Thursday night and, on Friday alone, 28 Houthi locations were targeted with bombs and missiles launched from air and sea. The strikes continued over the weekend, with U.S. forces hitting a Houthi radar site on Saturday, the AP reported.