Saudi news outlet says Israeli drones and mid-air refueling aircraft took part in exercises, managed to avoid Russian and Iranian sensors

Israeli F-35s penetrated Iranian airspace repeatedly during war drills
Ash Obel
August 24, 2022

Israeli F-35 stealth fighters penetrated Iranian airspace on multiple occasions in the last two months, a Saudi-run news outlet reported Wednesday, as Israel stepped up its rhetoric against a nascent agreement to revive the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers. The unverified report in London-based Elaph said the jets successfully evaded Russian and Iranian radars during the exercises. Drones and mid-air refueling tankers were also reported to have participated in the “massive” drills. According to Elaph, Israel and the US also carried out secret exercises over the Red Sea simulating a strike on Iran from the sea and air and the seizing of Iranian warships. READ MORE

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