Iron Dome is primarily an ISRAELI development - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Raymond in DC
    • 10.04.11 | 08:23 (IDT)

    Unlike the Arrow, which is a joint US-Israeli development project, Iron Dome is an Israeli project with some - not all - of the funding coming from the US. But no doubt, US military analysts will be carefully reviewing the system's operational results. And no, the US is not "liable for damages". But they won't be the only ones. A number of countries have expressed real interest in this system. Singapore (among others) has expressed great interest in it - enough to have provided some of the development funding.

    from the article: Iron Dome makes world history intercepting nine Gaza rockets
    First published 03:12 10.04.11 | Last updated 03:12 10.04.11
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