11/13/2005

Israeli Technology to Help With IED Detection

The majority of servicemen, women, and civilians killed in Iraq are the result of IED's, Improvished Explosive Devices. Israel has a lot of experience with IED's and has developed an item which could help us in Iraq. No specifics are given regarding how it works.

At the end of last month, Brigadier General Joseph Votel, a boyish-looking, tall and smiling American, made an urgent request to an old friend of his from Washington - also a brigadier general, but in the Golani Brigade rather than the Rangers - Nitzan Nuriel, the chief of the foreign liaison department of the General Staff of the Israel Defense Forces. So urgent was the message that the Pentagon didn't even update their military attache in Tel Aviv. Votel implored Nuriel to send him a top-secret item the IDF has
developed that could be useful in combating the improvised explosive devices (IED) used against U.S. forces in Iraq. IRIS


The Israelis have always been the true friends of the US in the Middle East. The swift response after the request was made by the US for their technology shows this. Let's all hope this will help in defending our troops against IEDs.

6 Comments:

Blogger patrickafir said...

Aaaaargh! May God punish the treacherous Zionists for helping the Crusaders to further humiliate the true Faith!

11:29 PM  
Anonymous seawitch said...

parrickafir,

LOL.

4:45 AM  
Anonymous Bozwell said...

Seawitch,

"Let's all hope this will help in defending our troops against IEDs."

Absolutely!!!

Just another reason to love Israel...AND the IDF!!!

6:48 AM  
Anonymous seawitch said...

boz,

Israel has so much to offer the world. Thank goodness they are our friends even if sometimes we don't treat as such.

6:55 AM  
Blogger Gindy said...

Israel is probably the best qualified country in the world to develop technology to detect IEDs. I am curious how well this technology will work.

1:28 PM  
Anonymous seawitch said...

gindy,

It's sad that they had to become such experts against terrorism. But like you, I'm looking forward to see how it works out.

2:20 PM  

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