TEL AVIV â€” The Israeli air force is in the midst of its first major reorganization since 1973, continuing to modernize its fighter force and overhauling its long-held command structure to cope with the regionâ€™s changing dynamic and with an eye toward the Iranian nuclear threat. Although the air force may not have the ability to destroy the entire Iranian nuclear program, it could cause considerable damage and delay it. A major modernization of the air forceâ€™s F-15I fleet is ...
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