I'm reading these posts and something keeps hitting me wrong - why is Israel smart enough (in some cases) to keep their land buffer zones, but don't exercise the same mindset when it comes to the water arena? "Be prepared" is the scout's motto, and if you have to turn off your equipment to protect your airborne crews, why not take extra precautions and move into deeper water? What they have on their ship in terms of arms can surely be fired and hit (or miss, as many of the missiles seem to be doing) from a buffer equally well. Those missiles are not that short range, and I'm sure they have a variety to choose from at any given moment based upon distance and desired destruction they want to inflict.
U.S., allies say target Islamic State with 18 strikes in Iraq, three in Syria (Reuters)
from the article: IDF finds bodies of missing sailors aboard damaged Navy ship
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