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Israel Air Force. Air born branch of Israel Defence Forces astablished in 1948, currently headed by Amir Eshel.
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IAF to inspect F-35s after US Air Force grounds most of its fleet

Israel to evaluate F-35 squadrons following USAF cautionary grounding amid suspicion over faulty part

Israel needs mix of F-35, F-15 fighter jets for air superiority - opinion

IAF head Maj.-Gen. Tomer Bar will need to fight for a plan that will ensure Israel’s qualitative edge and aerial superiority for decades to come.

28/07/2022

Israeli Air Force to fly new CH-53k helicopter in 2026

The 114th and 118th Squadrons will be merged ahead of the arrival of the helicopters in 2026.

Following in the wings of his grandfather: A young pilot's journey

“My grandfather was a pilot, but we didn’t really ever talk about it,” B told The Jerusalem Post ahead of the ceremony at Haterzim Air Base on Thursday night. “My grandfather flew a long time ago."

Largest IDF drill ever wraps up penultimate week

The week included numerous drills of almost every one of the IDF's branches, including air, ground and naval forces as well as intelligence, logistics, etc.

German Air Chief, Former IAF commander receive Ernst Cramer Medal

The award, which was also presented to former president Shimon Peres in 2014, is given to individuals who work to bring the two countries closer.

Two alleged Israeli strikes target sites near Syrian border - report

According to the Iran-affiliated Lebanese UNews agency, four missiles were fired toward the site and no casualties were reported.

11/05/2022

IDF's Lt.-Col. A.: The man flying high for Israel's Druze community

Lt.-Col. A., the first Druze to complete the IAF flight school, now serves as commander of the Southern Command’s Fire Center.

‘Good Morning Israel’ to be broadcast live on Independence Day

Event honors commanders of past wars and 120 outstanding soldiers currently serving in the IDF

The story of the daring pilot Zahara Levitov

Zahara Levitov was a Palmach fighter and among the first women to fly planes in the newly established IDF, but her service was cut short by a tragic crash.

By AMIT NAOR/NATIONAL LIBRARY OF ISRAEL
02/05/2022
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