Israel's Defense Ministry looking to sell surplus planes, tanks and boats to 'friendly nations'
The Hercules aircraft used in the Entebbe rescue mission is just one of the items available to buy.
A list of hardware being sold off by the Defense Ministry reveals the inventory of planes, tanks and other items that have been taken out of service by the Israel Defense Forces and delivered to the ministry for overseas sales. Included in the list of army surplus are 25 Kfir warplanes (adapted from French Mirage fighters), eight Cobra helicopters, and 18 fighter-interceptor F-16 Hawks.
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