Recently, the IAF took part in a Givati Brigade exercise to practice evacuating injured soldiers, transporting combat forces, and activities with UAVs.
Ariel Sharon, a past prime minister of Israel who was crucial in the disengagement from Gaza and the founder of the influential Kadima party, died today. He was 85.
Women have proudly served in the IDF since the very beginning. These eight female Israeli soldiers challenge stereotypes through the work they do every day.
The pope has officially announced travel dates for his first visit to Israel this spring.
The year 2013 is now over, but it leaves behind hundreds of IDF stories to remember.
Israel has signed a deal with Google to improve the Jewish state’s governmental technology.
Israeli President Shimon Peres formally received a petition for the release of Jonathan Pollard, a text signed by 108 Knesset members.
A Gaza resident was in the process of planning a sniper attack on IDF soldiers when he was injured and entered Israel on a humanitarian permit.
The IDF’s elite Alpine Unit, a unit specializing in warfare in mountainous terrain, has introduced innovative new technology to help them battle the snow.
The growing community of Christian IDF soldiers recently gathered for a special forum to recognize their contribution to the state of Israel.