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“The operations were part of a campaign that the naval branch has been leading in the past year, and which have contributed to IDF activity in the campaign between the wars,” said the Israeli military.
The post IDF Chief of Staff cites Shayetet 13 navy commando unit for year-round missions appeared first on JNS.org.
The “Seagull USV,” made by Elbit Systems, provides naval forces with major advantages in their ability to patrol, monitor and neutralize threats, both on the sea surface and underwater.
The post As underwater threats proliferate, autonomous Israeli sea vessel stands guard appeared first on JNS.org.
Since Oct. 29, when the Israeli flag was raised on the deck of the INS Magen, four female sailors have learned every part of the ship, down to every screw, and practiced sailing it.
The post Embarking on new traditions, Israel’s Navy upgrades fleets and attitudes about women in combat appeared first on JNS.org.
The state-of-the-art vessel is the first of four commissioned by the navy to protect the country’s offshore gas fields and territorial waters.
The post Israel welcomes arrival of INS Magen Sa’ar 6 missile boat appeared first on JNS.org.
IDF source tells JNS of “dizzying rate of change” in naval capabilities, but also about how Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad are looking to upgrade their attack capabilities “in every domain.”
The post The quiet race between the Israel Navy and Gaza’s armed terror factions appeared first on JNS.org.
Student-soldiers in their early 20s are upgrading essential ship combat systems, describes a senior officer, and hold joint trials with counterparts in Western militaries who are in their 50s and 60s, making for some “intergenerational meetings.”
The post The Israel Navy’s ‘startup’ department develops combat systems in record time appeared first on JNS.org.
The IDF’s submarines, bristling with advanced technology, can covertly gather intelligence on enemy activities, approach distant coastlines and strike targets with precision missiles, while remaining out of the reach of the enemy’s missiles and rockets.
The post IDF’s naval-training personnel offer glimpse into world of advanced submarine warfare appeared first on JNS.org.
A combination of skilled personnel and advanced technology is needed to successfully monitor sea traffic and pick out the threats from the innocent vessels.
As dangerous enemies arm themselves with missiles that can strike anywhere, the strategic value of Israel's submarine fleet keeps rising. When did they start adding to the military security of the Jewish state, and how did Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu first get involved in helping purchase them?
The experience of getting back on his feet helped him gain the mental fortitude that he would later call upon to complete a grueling Israel Navy training course and become a submarine officer—one of the most sensitive and critical roles in the Israeli military.