we should consider the idea of getting permission for an air & submarine base in Greece - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zionist forever
    • 27.05.10 | 11:22 (IDT)

    Israel should look to Greece about the possibility of the creation of a submarine base in their territory. Israel wants the navy to start operating further and further from Israeli to give it the capability to carry out operations further from Israels shores. The Greek navy operates submarines which are similar to Israels Dolphin subs so Greece already has all the hardware needed to maintain 1-2 of Israels Dolphins. Possibly even try get permission to base aircraft in Greece with Irans new missiles being able to hit Israel now it might be worth keeping a small number of older planes outside of Israel so if its runways or hangers were destroyed Israel would still have operational aircraft This is also going to delight Turkey who up until they got into bed with Iran, Syria and nore radical muslims used to be the ones who held these exercises with Israel now its the old enemy Greece.

    from the article: IAF conducting joint exercise with Greek Air Force
    First published 05:45 27.05.10 | Last updated 05:45 27.05.10
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