from the February 2015 issue

Arrow 3 completes successful flight trial

Israel's aerial defense system has four layers: Iron Dome, which intercepts medium-range rockets; Magic Wand (David's Sling), currently in development, which is designed to provide a solution for short-range rockets; Arrow 2, which has already been operational for a decade; and Arrow 3, which is still undergoing tests.

Interception tests of Arrow 3 are expected in the near future, in the hope that the tests will succeed and Arrow 3 will provide the final element in Israel's aerial defense system. When all the developments are completed, Israel should be better protected against missiles than any other country in the world.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu congratulated the Ministry of Defense on the successful test. "This is another step in the measures we're taking to protect Israeli citizens against the threats aimed at us," he said.

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Reprinted from the Israel High-Tech & Investment Report February 2015

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