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One of the IDF's Largest Commando Operations

Near the end of the Second Lebanon War in 2006, Israeli commandos carried out one of the largest and most complex missions in Israel's history. The Jerusalem Post's Yvette J. Deane brings us some of these brave defenders of Israel who tell how Hezbollah was sent the message that Israel will reach her enemies wherever they may be hiding:

IDF commanders remembered one of the largest commando operations in IDF history that took place 12 years ago in Lebanon in this video released by the Israeli Air Force (IAF).

"I think it was one of the most complex operations ever preformed," Brig. Gen. (Res') Eliezer Shkedi, who was a commander during the IAF during the operation, said.

Over 200 hundred soldiers were sent to the frontlines of Hezbollah territories where there was no intel and "in the best case scenario you didn't know how you'd land,or how you'd return," Col. A', a commander who was part of the RPAV Division during the operation recalled...

Tags: Video , Hezbollah , IDF

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