Israel’s Precision Munitions Now Embraced By U.S. Market

Spice 1000
The Spice 1000 has become Israel’s go-to weapon for air strikes in Syria.
Credit: Rafael
Rafael’s precision weapons are on a roll in the U.S. market. Only a few months after Congress approved funding to buy the Iron Dome air defense system, the U.S. Army decided to buy the Israeli munition specialist’s long-range, anti-tank missile for the Boeing AH-64E. Rafael also has teamed up with...
Steve Trimble

Steve covers military aviation, missiles and space for the Aviation Week Network, based in Washington DC.

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