Terrorist have taken hostages and are hiding inside of a building. Someone has to rescue them. This is the kind of scenario the elite fighters of the Counter-Terrorism Unit deal with. Here is a rare look into their special training
Reports in the US are questioning the death circumstances of Christopher Cramer, an employee of Kollsman – a second-tier subsidiary of Elbit Systems of America – during a business trip to Saudi Arabia. His family claims: He was killed because of an arms deal that went wrong
Hezbollah terrorists ambushed an IDF patrol and attacked with an anti-tank missile. The vehicle was damaged as a result two IDF soldiers were killed and seven others were wounded. An initial investigation of the incident shows that some of the forces were travelling in unarmored vehicles
US Secretary of State Kerry, in Lagos, promises more aid if Nigerian elections are clam, yet the US blocked a sale of retired American-made Cobra helicopters by Israel to Nigeria. The New York Times: "Concerns in Washington about Nigeria’s ability to use and maintain that type of helicopter"
"ISIS is not far from us, but they are not the only potential danger for us in the region,” asserted General Yair Golan, the newly appointed IDF Deputy Chief of Staff. “We shouldn’t overstate the ISIS threat and we can’t forget that the most pressing threat is from radical Shia Islam, led by Hezbollah"
Meprolight's MEPRO MOR Reflex Sight has won the NRA's American Rifleman Golden Bullseye Award for "Optic of the Year". The Company also introduced 3 new lines of sights at the SHOT Show, held last week in Las Vegas
"Bloomberg": Seniors in the Mossad sent a message to the Obama administration telling they oppose additional sanctions against Iran if the negotiations will fail. This position stands contrary to that of Netanyahu, who is calling for more sanctions in order to stop Tehran's nuclear program