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Heron Photo: PR Germany extends lease of IAI Heron drones until 2020

The German Air Force has been using Israel Aerospace's UAVs in Afghanistan since 2010 and in Mali since 2016.

Harel Locker Photo: Eyal Izhar Israel Aerospace aiming to raise NIS 3b in TASE offering

IAI plans to use the expected funds to acquire several small companies in Israel and overseas in order to bolster its competitive capabilities.

Unmanned turret Photo: Defense Ministry Israeli unmanned APC turret undergoes successful trials

The Defense Ministry found that the turret mounted onto the Eitan APC was able to hit targets with Rafael's Spike anti-tank missiles.

Elbit artillery Photo: Elbit Systems Elbit signs MoU with India's Ashok Leyland for military vehicles

Ashok Leyland, the largest supplier of wheeled military vehicles to the Indian army, will provide high mobility vehicles for mounting Elbit's artillery guns.

Harel Locker IAI chairman: We must be profitable to continue operations

Plagued by politicization, regulation, bribery allegations and heavy losses, Harel Locker said that only an IPO would save Israel Aerospace.

IDF dronists Photo: IDF spokesman Israeli army bets big on small drones

The most popular IDF training course for combat soldiers is for "dronists." Elbit is developing a small drone to replace the Chinese drones used by the army.

Maritime Heron Photo: PR Israel Aerospace to sell drones to Vietnam in $160m deal

The Heron type 1 unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) will be used by the Vietnamese military for a range of routine missions including maritime patrols, the Asian media reports.

IMI Systems rocket Photo: PR Elbit to acquire IMI Systems next week for NIS 1.9b

The merger with IMI will give Elbit Systems a foothold in precision rockets, cruise missiles, and active protection for tanks and AFVs.

Iron Dome Photo: Uri Scop Inside Iron Dome's secret manufacturing plant

"Globes" visits the complex of bunkers where Rafael produces Israel's short range missile interceptors.

Tal Tinichigiu-Abergil and Oren Avman Photo: Alon Ron Israel's Double Shoot makes weapons more accurate

Tal Tinichigiu-Abergil and Oren Avman's startup has developed an app for streamlining and simplifying the firearm zeroing process.

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