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Iron Dome Israel conducts joint Iron Dome - Patriot air defense exercise

The exercise in central Israel was attended by military delegations from the US and Greece.

Brig. Gen. (res.) Mishel Ben Baruch Photo: Defense Ministry Oria Tadmor Israel defense exports fell in 2018

Israel's defense exports totaled $7.5 billion in 2018, $1.7 billion less than the $9.2 billion in defense exports in 2017, according to figures published today by the Ministry of Defense.

Moon selfie Photo: Space IL First findings issued on Beresheet's crash landing

SpaceIL CEO Dr. Ido Anteby: There was a malfunction in the lunar craft's acceleration measurement components.

Rafael anti-tank missile Photo: Rafael Indian army orders Rafael anti-tank missiles - report

The Indian army has placed an immediate order for 240 Spike anti-tank missiles and 12 launchers, the Indian media reports.

Opal Photo: Israel Aerospace PR Israel Aerospace's OPAL is battlefield game-changer

OPAL is based on forming a decentralized communication cloud for all members on the ground, in the air, and at sea, to allow real time information sharing.

Haifa Port Photo: Osim Iniun Tax dispute leaves US military aid stuck in Israeli customs

Aircraft parts, ammunition, and missiles are reportedly among the items stuck for weeks in Israeli ports and unable to reach Israeli army units.

Elbit artillery Photo: Elbit Systems Elbit awarded $30m Asian guided mortar deal

The STYLET precise Guided Mortar Munition (GMM) has a range of 1,000-8,500 meters.

El Al  picture: Eyal Yitzhar El Al sells Boeing 767-300

El Al now has nine Dreamliners, and will have 14 by the end of the year.

Morris Kahn  photo: Eyal Izhar Morris Kahn vows second Israeli moonshot

"From today, we're working on Beresheet 2," Kahn said yesterday.

Brig. Gen. (res.) Dr. Sason Hadad Photo: Eyal Izhar Defense chiefs question need for US aid funds

Senior figures in the defense establishment are concerned that US aid money is making Israel politically, militarily and technologically dependent on the US.

Boeing F-15 IA  photo: Boeing Lockheed or Boeing? The IDF's $11b dilemma

The US defense giants are vying for pride of place in one of the world's best weaponry shop windows - and Israeli companies want a piece of the action.

Erez Kreiner Photo: Eyal Izhar "Many countries want to influence Israel's elections"

Former head of the Israel National Information Security Agency Erez Krainer tells "Globes" about the risk of foreign countries influencing the election results.

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