שיגור טיל פטריוט. צילום ארכיון: דובר צה”ל
The missions are part of the concluding week of the biggest exercise conducted between the two armies. The Tower: “prepared to command”
תאריך: 12/11/2012, 12:16
מחבר: יפתח כרמלי ומערכת אתר צה”ל
The common army and the u.s. military arrived today (Monday), as four Patriot missiles were launched from palmachim sea. The missions are part of the concluding week of the exercise which began yesterday, attended by about 1,000 u.s. troops alongside soldiers and officers.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said today that the joint exercise is “an expression of the deep cooperation between them and the systems for possible future trials and
Proof that the old systems and still processed properly and provide the results.
The Austere Challenge 2012 exercise is the largest integrated conducted between the two armies. The exercise, which began at the end of October and will end this week, is part of the conventional training program designed to enhance cooperation between defence systems
The two air armies.
Last Thursday was held at hatzor airbase of the graduation ceremony of the exercise, which was attended by
Representatives of both troops and included the head of Operations Directorate, Aluf Yoav Har even, air defense commanders, Brig. Gen. Shahar Shohat, and the third command Europe ooiriia, Lieutenant General Craig Franklin.
In speeches, the commanders have to say toward the end. “The exercise
It wasn’t easy to plan and execute, “said Stone Mountain champion. “But I am sure that cooperation between us will help us to reach for any purpose you decide on it in the future. It gives me inspiration to see soldiers so alert to what tomorrow will bring, “he added. “We are ready to command,” declared Brig. Gen. Shohat, “and I’m confident we can protect the citizens of the State.” Lieutenant General Franklin concluded, saying that the friendship between the two armies over here, and that the primary cause was at the advanced technology used by the troops, but the people themselves.
Translated from Hebrew