Israeli Air Force
While the base commander took responsibility for last month's incident which caused $9 million in damage, it seems the buck conveniently stops there
Interim report says concealing last month's flooding at Hatzor airbase from the public was a mistake, as commander is removed from his post
After their underground hangar in a southern air force base flooded, officials initially said it would only take days to get advanced planes working
Military official says tens of millions of shekels in damage could have been avoided, as army, civil authorities trade blame
Two airmen tell Haaretz about stretching limits when it comes to risk and the ‘trust me’ culture in decision-making – which can have deadly consequences
Crew made an emergency landing after a technical problem caused engine fire
Military officials acknowledge the eight family members died in a building that hadn't been examined by Israeli intel for months, and no one checked whether any civilians were in the vicinity before the overnight strike, which the IDF is now looking into
Two Apache helicopters intercepted a paraglider, dangerously hovering in front of him
In Cobra Warrior exercise, the IAF and RAF conducted mock dogfights and aircraft interceptions, simulated ground attacks – and found time for Israel's soldiers to vote
And how would the idea of a strategic U.S.-Israel partnership impact that theater of war?
British, American, and Israeli pilots carried out an F-35 exercise, which comes at a time of unprecedented British-Israeli military cooperation
Our home keeps rocking. I hear constant blasts. My heart races ■ A Gazan woman's personal account of a weekend of fear
Deaths reported after Israeli aircraft launched missiles at targets near city of Hama, which opposition says were in sites used by Iranian and Hezbollah forces
As Haaretz reported, Iran seems to be moving its activity away from Damascus Airport. But its weapons will still be in Israel's striking range
Col. Rami Harpaz had become leader of the air force prisoners after being taken captive. To pass the time they translated J.R.R. Tolkein's fantasy novel into Hebrew
Syria's UN envoy says on the same day that if Israel attacks Damascus, it can reach Tel Aviv as well
Missile fired at Israel was launched by Iranians in Syria, military says ■ Russia: 4 Syrian soldiers killed, 30 Israeli missiles destroyed ■ Watchdog: 11 killed ■ Israel says targets include arms depot, Iranian training site
Matan Kahana becomes member of Bennett and Shaked's Hayamin Hehadash ■ Meretz overturns decision, allows Mossi Raz to run for Knesset again
Army releases sound recordings of the incident
The strike was in response to a suspicious cluster of balloons launched from the Strip found near Israeli communities near the Gaza border
Day after airstrike near Damascus attributed to Israel, Netanyahu says Israel acting against Iranian entrenchment in Syria 'vigorously and continuously'
The widow and the bereaved mother was a woman whose image was defined not by herself, but by the men in her life. This is how we like our heroes. But of what substance are they?
This was the second such attack by Gazans over the past two days
'The work was finished a day ago', Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu tells Putin ■ Syria warned Israel that missiles will make it 'think twice' before striking ■ Iranians reportedly vacate T-4 base to make room for Russians transferring missiles
'The work was finished a day ago', Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu tells Putin ■ Syria said that 'Israel will have to think twice' before striking after the missiles' transfer, which was announced amid tensions over downed Russian spyplane
A spokesman for a Russian company producing electronic warfare systems says that their deployment to Syria will help protect the country's air defense assets and fend off enemy air raids
In May, Israel became the first country to use the U.S.-made F-35 stealth fighter in combat
For the first time in years another state is saying to Israel: Stop right there. At least in Syria, that’s the end of it. Thank you, Mother Russia.
Senior Russian defense official quoted saying that deployment of S-300 in Syria would severely hamstring the Israel Air Force ■ Kremlin says decision is not directed at any third country