Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Israel announced today that its new U.S.-supported missile defense system, David’s Sling, has successfully passed several trials on the way to a final test.
A Ben-Gurion University professor, a Coca-Cola executive, a bride-to-be and a mother of four were remembered in the aftermath of the Tel Aviv shootings.
Archaeologists believe they have uncovered the location of the Acra fortress from the Maccabean Revolt against the Greeks in Jerusalem’s City of David.
Stéphane Richard, Chairman of Worldwide Orange, met with Benjamin Netanyahu and Shimon Peres to deny rumors that the telecom giant will boycott Israel.
The number of Israeli soldiers who died during their service in 2015 was the lowest in a decade, the Israel Defense Forces said Sunday.
Gilad is one of 12 speakers traveling around the United States as part of StandWithUs’ 7th Israeli Soldiers Tour, putting a human face to the IDF uniform.
Israel bombed five targets in Gaza after Hamas fired more than five mortar rounds into Israel in a 24-hour period.
Israeli and US officials joined Lockheed Martin, a global security and aerospace company, to celebrate the rollout of the first Israeli Air Force F-35.
The IDF’s Lotem Technology Division is responsible for defending the military’s critical infrastructure from cyber attacks.
Israel is currently participating in an extensive drill with militaries from the US, Greece, Poland and Italy.
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