IDF Radar That Helps Israel Carry out Attacks Deep Into Lebanon

Stand for Israel  |  March 13, 2024

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After multiple drones from Hezbollah attacked Israel on Monday, it appears that the IDF might have tracked these drones to accurately assess what is happening in Lebanon, reports The Jerusalem Post:

Putting together IDF statements, an analysis of the think tank ALMA, and other reports, it appears that the IDF recently struck a Hezbollah drone base and a base where it held long-range rockets, both around 100 kilometers away near Baalbeck…

Although the IDF virtually never wants to reveal its most classified tricks, chances are the special radar of the IDF 611th Battalion of the 282nd Firepower Brigade was involved.

The Jerusalem Post recently had the opportunity to visit the radar near the northern border, in a location that cannot be disclosed.

Generally, the radar is used to assist Iron Dome in tracking and shooting down rockets and to assist artillery in accurately hitting nearby engaging Hezbollah and Hamas forces.

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