IDF calls up reserves as part of 5-day exercise

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May 4, 2015 21:10

 
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The IDF called up reserves on Monday evening in order to involve them in a five-day military exercise taking place in the north and in the Jordan Valley.

The army stressed that the exercise has been planned in advance, and should not be seen as signifying any change in the level of alert.

During the exercise, which began on Sunday and will last until Thursday, civilians might notice a high level of military traffic, including trailers and armored vehicles on several routes, the army said on Saturday evening.

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