Warning Sirens to Go Off Throughout Israel in Major IDF Drill

Nationwide alarms to go off at 11:05 A.M. and 7:05 P.M. as part of Home Front Command exercise; Israeli army tells public to go to designated bomb shelters during drill

FILE PHOTO: Israelis take cover in shelter as a siren sounds during a rocket attack fired by Palestinian militants from Gaza, in Tel Aviv, Israel, July 12, 2014.

Warning sirens to go off twice throughout Israel on Tuesday as part of an IDF exercise known as the Home Front Command. 

The sirens wil sound across the country at 11:05 A.M. and 7:05 P.M. 

Additionally, alerts will be activated via the television, radio, internet websites, the Home Front application and beepers for the hard-of-hearing. 

The Israeli army has said that the public should go to designated bomb shelters during drill.