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Israel Downs 2 Iranian Drones
By Micah Halpern
This is crazy - but true. And it has taken one year before this information was permitted to be made public.
The IDF Spokesperson's Unit announced that F-35 aircraft intercepted two Iranian UAVs, aka drones, enroute to the Gaza Strip. The UAVs were carrying a cargo of pistols.
It happened in March of 2021, just before the start of the 11-day war between Israel and Hamas.
The aircraft that shot the enemy drones down were 'Adir' fighter jets. The announcement did not indicate how many planes were involved in the operation.
This was an obvious – and thankfully failed attempt by Iran to find out if it was possible to "open an axis" of supplying weapons to Gaza using unmanned vehicles.
The interception was coordinated with Israel's neighbors, thereby preventing infiltration into Israel and the drones were tracked by intelligence throughout their journey.
Over the year the IDF has learned much about Iran’s interest in supplying Gaza with weapons.
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8 March 2022 10:43 PM in Thoughts
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