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Defensa aérea de Israel

By Duncan Mil

April 15, 2024 - Sistemas de defensa aérea interceptaron la gran mayoría de más de 300
misiles y drones disparados hacia Israel desde Irán, los medios israelíes
calculan que el costo de dicha interceptación ascendió a $1.350 billones.

The daily Yedioth Ahronoth quoted Brig. Gen. Ram Aminach, the former financial advisor to the Israeli chief of staff, who said, “The cost of defence last night was estimated at between 4-5 billion shekels ($1.08-$1.35 billion).”

“I am only talking about interception to what the Iranians launched and not injuries that were marginal this time,” he said.

“One ‘Arrow’ missile used to intercept an Iranian ballistic missile costs $3.5 million, while the cost of one ‘Magic Wand’ missile is $1 million, in addition to the sorties of aircraft that participated in intercepting the Iranian drones,” Aminach said.

Magic Wand is an alternative name for David” s Sling.

Earlier on Sunday, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz quoted the Israeli army spokesman Daniel Hagari as saying that Ira launched about 350 missiles and drones at Israel.

Hagari confirmed that damage had occurred at the Nevatim air base in Beersheba while “99 per cent of the threats against Israel were intercepted.”

Iran conducted the attack against Israel in retaliation for an April 1 airstrike that killed seven members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, including two top generals at the Iranian consulate in Damascus, Syria.

Sources
PUBLISHED: 15/04/2024; STORY: Graphic News
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