Israel Needs More Aerial Refueling Capability

TEL AVIV — Israel’s unmet aerial refueling requirements are being highlighted as the country mulls possible air strikes against Iranian nuclear sites, and although a U.S. offer of surplus KC-135s would help, it is not a long-term solution. The difficult ingress and egress routes to distant Iranian...

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