US anti-missile batteries deployed in Rehovot for joint exercise
In advance of the joint US-Israel Juniper Cobra exercise on March 4-15, US anti-missile missile batteries and military personnel have been deployed to the central Israel town of Rehovot. 2,500 US military personnel and 2,000 Israeli troops are taking part in the war game. The IDF spokesman announced Sunday night that the two armies will continue to conduct joint activities after the exercise ends up until the end of March.
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Iranians and Russians in Syria, US troupes in Israel. The preparations for the big clash of April-May?
You never know. Better safe than sorry… One thing for sure — it’s a bad time to mess with Israel.