IDF: Drill testing Israel's level of preparedness completed

February 14, 2013 21:25


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A nation-wide drill held to improve the level of preparedness for any emergency scenario was completed on Thursday evening, an IDF spokesperson said.

The exercise tested the combat, management and cooperation procedures between the ground, air and naval forces.

An emergency test siren sounded throughout Israel on Thursday morning, except from in the Gaza Belt, as part of Home Front Command drill.

The Home Front Command also carried out drills in schools and nurseries simulating an rocket attack.

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