The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) successfully certified the latest version of its Tzayad command-and-control (C2) system during its largest training exercise of the past 19 years, service officials have confirmed.
The 10-day Exercise ‘HaDagan’ was conducted across the IDF’s Northern Front in early September and included the participation of 20 brigade formations from across the infantry, armour, and artillery, as well as special operations, air force, navy, and Intelligence Directorate elements.
“The enemy is developing greatly in warfare, learning, and understanding combat. There’s a significant threat to the IDF and especially to the home front,” the spokesperson added, while describing how the exercise demonstrated a series of ‘advanced technology’ for the first time.
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