New Wrinkle In Israeli Tanker Fight

Credit: 767: USAF
TEL AVIV—Another round is underway in the fierce battle over the Israeli Air Force’s (IAF) planned acquisition of new aerial refueling aircraft to replace its aging Boeing 707 tankers, this time involving the required refueling boom. As an alternative to purchasing the KC-46A from Boeing, Israel...
Arie Egozi

Arie was born in Israel and served in the Israeli Defense Forces. He graduated from Tel Aviv University with a degree in political science and journalism. Later, he worked as a defense correspondent for Israel’s largest daily newspaper Yedioth Ahronot. He is the editor-in-chief of the Israeli homeland security website I-HLS.

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