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May 23, 2018


Suddenly out of the wild blue yonder, Israeli pilots are now flying America's top F-35 Stealth Fighter in combat missions. The revelation came publically from Gen. Amikam Norkin, the commander of the Israeli Air Force: "We are flying the F-35 over the entire Middle East and it is now part of our operational capability. We are the first in the world to attack with the F-35."

Did this also apply to the Iranian forces during the recent flare-up in Syria? Take a guess, no clear-cut answer to that intriguing question. Israel was the first foreign country to receive the F-35 from America's Lockheed Martin aircraft manufacturer. Gen. Norkin's revelation must have got the interest, and possibly the envy, of twenty visiting airforce commanders who, in addition to the U.S., included, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Greece, India, Canada, among others.

February 16, 2018


On Feb. 9th, Israel and Iran clashed for the first time when an Iranian drone from Syria penetrated Israeli airspace and was shot down by an Israeli Apache helicopter. A short time later, Israeli F-16 aircraft rocketed the Iranian command vehicle that had launched the drone not far from Russian military personnel also stationed at the Syrian base. A barrage of Syrian Russian-made rockets were then fired at the Israeli jets, hitting one and forcing the two-man crew bailout after making it back over the border into Israeli territory.

Since then speculation has run rife about just what happened and what could be the serious fallout. What is clear is that a new theater of operations is evolving as the Syrian Civil war winds down. First, Iran is striving to turn Syria into a forward base against Israel as it has already done with Hezbollah in neighboring Lebanon. But Israel has announced loud and clear it will take military action to prevent Iran from doing so. In addition, it will continue to intercept Iranian shipments of advanced weapons to Hezbollah in southern Lebanon. These are two red lines Jerusalem has every intention of enforcing. Meanwhile, Syrian President Bashar Assad is trying to extend his control over what is left of his battered state. Last but not least is Russian President Vladimir Putin, eager to cash in his dividends after preserving Assad in power by securing a strategic Russian port on the Mediterranean Coast. US President Donald Trump has opted to take a back seat while all this is going on.