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Yesterday, Hezbollah leader Hasan Nasrallah claimed Israel was behind the 2005 bombing that killed Lebanese prime minister, Rafiq Al Hariri. Part of the evidence for that claim, produced by Nasrallah for reporters, were still photos and video feed taken in 1997 from Israeli aerial drones hovering above Hariri’s home. While that might not be sufficient […]

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Talk about border tensions: Israeli soldiers went out to trim a tree along its northern border with Lebanon and came under sniper fire from Lebanese soldiers. The IDF responded with tank and artillery fire, the Lebanese soldiers shot back with small arms including RPGs. So far, the toll stands at one Israeli light-colonel, a battalion […]

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With considerable fanfare unusual for the highly secretive Israeli military, Israel’s Defense Ministry announced on Monday that the “Iron Dome” counter-rocket artillery mortar system was ready for operational deployment. Iron Dome combines detection and tracking radars with vertically launched guided interceptor missiles to blow out of the air incoming Katyusha rockets, which Hezbollah rained down […]

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Lost in the media herd’s coverage of Defense Secretary Robert Gates’ Saturday speech at the Eisenhower Library is the fact that he gave a speech the day before, at Ft. Leavenworth, Ks., to the Army’s Command and General Staff College. Speaking to Army field grades at Leavenworth, Gates weighed in on the debate raging within […]

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Next-Gen Coastal Artillery

by Greg on April 27, 2010

That was then. This is now. Above, an Iranian produced version of the C-802 anti-ship missile, concealed inside a commercial truck, from Iran’s Great Prophet 5 military exercises. Having puffed its chest mightily during the just concluded Great Prophet 5 exercises, Iran figured it would continue in that vein and issued another one of its […]

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