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The UAV was made in Russia, and launched by the Assad army, apparently for gathering intelligence about the deployment of anti-government forces along the border with Israel.
Iron Dome batteries were deployed in southern Israel in case Hams retaliated for the destruction of the tunnel.
Israel plans to procure 50 F-35s eventually, with each aircraft costing about $96 million.
Arab sources say Israel attacked Syria after the infiltration.
Israel's military continues to insist the mortar was an "errant projectile" and the "result of Syrian internal fighting."
Only 15% of the cadets who began the flight school will be on the parade grounds on Thursday to receive their wings.
'I have a recommendation to the people of Lebanon: Hezbollah has chosen to stay and infiltrate some of your homes – if you leave your homes as soon as the conflict erupts you will not be harmed.'
Meet Nechama Spiegel Novak, mother of four who wears a wig and does not touch men: the first Haredi pilot who flies Prime Minister Netanyahu to Greece.
The use of the EHUD opens the door for shared live drills and debriefing with the Lavi airplanes based on the EHUD network, as is already being carried out by Italy and other countries.
Israel was the first country to receive the F-35 outside the US.
'I never wished to return to that place of our degradation and annihilation, but to return in the company of our noblest, bravest of the brave – our IDF soldiers, makes my spirit soar with pride and hope.'
IAF chief of international affairs Lt. Col. Richard Hecht brags that 'everybody wants to engage and cooperate with the IAF. It’s a privilege.'
Iran has been making serious efforts to forge a shiite territorial contiguity from its border all the way to Lebanon.
Modern navigation systems integrated in modern platforms rely on the uninterrupted availability of satellite-based navigation and timing for their operation. But most of them are still unprotected.
Two shining new 'Adir' F-35 stealth fighter jets arrived in Israel, welcomed with maximum ceremonies.
Slowly but surely, American companies have been encroaching on a field where in the past Israeli products ruled.
Israeli military brass contacts their Russian counterparts to tighten security coordination between the two in Syria.
As the Israeli Air Force was hitting Syrian Army positions, the other side launched two S-200 (SAM) ground-to-air missiles from Damascus.
A senior IAF official said said the Americans downed Israeli planes in dogfights, "but we downed them, too."
The IAF hit a Syrian launch site and issued a stern warning.