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The joint US-Israeli missile defense exercise took place in July of this year, but their data has only now been declassified.
Joint exercises of the Israeli Air Defense Command, the US Missile Defense Agency and the Israeli Missile Defense Organization were held at the Israel Test-Bed combat laboratory.
This is reported Details edition.
The countries held them back in July, but they were allowed to declassify data only now. The exercises were aimed at protecting the Jewish state from missile threats. The ITB laboratory has the ability to simulate the work of both Israeli and American air defenses.
The military during the exercise used the air defense system “Strela”, “David's Sling” and “Iron Dome”. US forces used Patriot, Aegis and THAAD systems.
Note that an agreement was signed between Jerusalem and Washington, according to which the US undertakes to help Israel with missile defense. And in recent years, the country has carried out several scientists, practicing various maneuvers and operations.