Representatives from the US and Israeli Air Forces met last month to discuss a remarkable development that the IDF described as “updated orders for the cooperation between the two nations’ air-defense systems during emergency situations.”
The Israeli delegation was led by Brig. Gen. Gilad Biran, commander of the IAF’s Air Defense System, and the American delegation was led by Brig. Gen. Greg Brady, commander of the 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command, which is based in Germany.
“The purpose of the meeting was to improve the collaborative readiness of the forces for the joint defense of the State of Israel,” said the IDF. “At the end of the meeting, a document for updated air-defense operational cooperation between the two countries was signed…”
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