‘Lasers Will Change the Future Battlefield,’ Says Israeli Air Force Commander

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(Worthy News) – “Throughout the next decade, the , including the Air Force, will continue to be a very influential factor, both in terms of and , in the State of ,” said Air Force Commander Maj. Gen. Amikam Nurkin. Speaking at the 2022 Calcalist and Bank Hapoalim Forecasts Conference Wednesday at Expo Tel Aviv, Nurkin discussed the importance of integrating women in the service, showing, among other things, a photo of Shahar, a female deputy commander of an F-35 Squadron, and saying that “the number of women serving is on the rise. The goal is for the Air Force to be better and for the quality to be shared equally in Israeli society. ”

The Air Force commander spoke, among other things, about the future battlefield and challenges expected on it, saying, “We will see greater use of lasers on the battlefield. We will see it in defense and offense, from the ground and the air. The introduction of this to the future battlefield will change the latter.” Another aspect Nurkin pointed to was space, adding that “we go further, we know how to attack deeper targets, to be more accurate on the battlefield. Now we have to go higher. We gather intelligence in space, carry communications and intercept ballistic missiles. But we want to get to a place where we know what is happening around us in space, we know how to manage the dimension of space and make it accessible within the future battlefield.” [ Source: Algemeiner (Read More…) ]

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