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March 9, 2012 7:36 am

IDF Upgrades Defense Systems in Response to Growing Missile Threat

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Rafael's ASPRO-A (a.k.a "Trophy") Active Protection System's radar. Photo: wiki commons.

Haaretz – The Israel Defense Forces has acquired a new system that will let it see exactly where every missile strike has landed if the home front is under attack.

The new system is a modification of an existing command-and-control system called Castle Lake, which gives details on the location of Israeli forces and, as far as they are known, of enemy targets – anything from rocket launchers to enemy commanders.

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