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Connected training enables precise strike planning, says IAF

12th March 2020 - 13:00 GMT | by Arie Egozi in Tel Aviv


Four Israeli Air Force (IAF) F-16s fly over Syria and launch different types of weapon systems that hit Iranian rocket upgrade factories. The weapons hit precisely, and the Syrians expend considerable quantities of air-defence munitions without hitting anything.

This is the second time the pilots attacked the same targets in less than two days – but they performed the first 'mission' in the IAF connected simulators facility in the Mission Training Center (MTC) at Hatzor Air Force Base.

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Arie Egozi


Arie Egozi

Born in Israel, Arie Egozi served in the IDF and holds a political science and …

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