Israel changes combat doctrine to maximize its capabilities
In an effort to make the most effective use of its massive firepower and advanced communication capabilities against asymmetric enemies skilled in hit-and-run tactics, Israel has been redefining its doctrine of combat operations. Its new strategy for land forces stresses the use of heavily armored vehicles to enable the relentless pursuit of an enemy with minimal casualties, advanced sensors to detect and neutralize threats, and real-time data feeds and communications down to the unit level ...
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