Engage and DESTROY

Joseph, Kristopher
July 2005
Soldiers;Jul2005, Vol. 60 Issue 7, p28
The article describes the Juniper Cobra 2005 Exercise, which was held in Israel to test the interoperability of American European Command and Israeli air-defense artillery systems and strengthen the security cooperation between the US and Israel. The focus of Juniper Cobra is maximizing the powers of the American Patriot missile, which was used as the powerhouse interceptor in the Operation Desert Storm, and the Israeli Arrow missile.


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