The United States set funding for Israel at levels of $3.3 billion in foreign military financing and $500 million for cooperative programs for missile defense over each of the next 10 years.
According to IDF Spokesperson Brig.-Gen. Ronen Manelis, the THAAD system will be deployed to southern Israel and some 200 American troops will take part in the drill.
"I will be using my position in congress so that no country, not one, should be able to get aid from the US," she continued. "When they still promote that kind of injustice."
The omnibus bill includes $500 million in anti-missile defense aid and $50 million in anti-tunnel assistance.
Funding for the procurement is to come from part of the memorandum of understanding signed last September between Jerusalem and Washington.
India has become a major purchaser of Israeli military hardware, with defense trade reaching more than one billion dollars a year.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu stated that US President Donald Trump had transferred funds to Israel prior to his visit and promised to help maintain the Jewish state's military edge.
Joseph Dunford is on his third official visit to Israel in two years.
Liberman to consider severing IDF ties with rabbi who said religious women in army become "non-Jews."
Soldiers will receive the most advanced equipment, including equipment purchased abroad at a cost of $10 million.