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Two Australian F-35A stealth fighter jets are unable to fly safely in thunder and lightning, according to the Royal Australian Air Force.
Smartphone system under development at Ben-Gurion University can evaluate apnea and other sleep disorders at home, without contact sensors.
Archaeologists are saying this phenomenon has been repeated recently because of an urban (tent compound?) myth.
The imbalance caused by leftover munitions made it impossible to land the F-16, according to the IAF investigators.
'Instead of police writing them tickets and removing those flags from the vehicles, they are providing them with an entourage.'
'Hundreds of thousands of Israeli citizens in the Galilee, Negev, Jerusalem and other locations in central Israel suffer routinely and daily from the noise caused by the PA systems of houses of worship.'
Defense Sec. Carter in Israel Welcoming F-35 Amidst Trump’s Cost Complaints, Experts’ Hype Accusations
During last month's test flights, symbols on the Elbit helmet display used by pilots in aim air-to-ground attacks were 'unusable and unsafe to complete the planned testing.'
The Highway 6 extension to the northern Negev has finally opened at the Shoket interchanges, easing access to Highways 60 and 31 in the south.
According to the Israel Ministry of Defense, F-35 related cooperation between Lockheed Martin and Israeli defense companies has reached $993 million.
Passage to Israel is an ethereal, upliftingly soulful work of art.
A family doctor in southern Israel says it's time to legalize cannabis and other drugs, and instead regulate and tax them like alcohol.
Pres. Reuven Rivlin visits the grieving family of an Israeli Bedouin teen shot and killed by accident on the Israel-Egypt border.
"My son loved everyone, he was a joyful boy," the bereaved mother of an Israeli Air Force pilot told President Reuven Rivlin.
Justice Minister Tzipi Livni recommended that the next government (which she expected to head) dismantle the division by blocking its state budget. Without a budget, the division was expected to wither and die.
President Rivlin pointed that “two of our sons remained behind after the war which took place two years ago. The State of Israel has a moral responsibility to bring back Hadar Goldin and Oron Shaul.”
Bennett pledged that his ministry would combat ethnic discrimination in the enrollment process of all educational institutions, particularly the ultra-Orthodox.