In an updated fashion, the Alliance of the Periphery (AoP)
The Arab–Israeli conflict was seen for many decades as primarily a conflict between Arab states and Israel, rather than a pan-Islamic one. Thus, nations such as Turkey and Iran, which were considered rivals of Arab states for regional dominance, were steadily cultivated by the Israeli government, which sought broader acceptance of its legitimate existence and security from nations in the region as well as seeking a window for future communication, negotiations and normalization of ties with Arab states. The goals of the Israeli government coincided with the policies of the Turkish and Iranian governments of the time. Turkey sought integration with the free-market economies and democracies of Europe, and is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and a candidate for membership in the European Union. The Shah of Iran was a major ally of the United States, which facilitated the dialogue between Israel, Iran and Turkey.
Thus AoP features two powerful neighbours; Turkey and Israel.
First off, the finest kosher fighting force on the planet, the IDF.
Sayeret Matkal (Hebrew: סיירת מטכ"ל, General Staff Reconnaissance Unit) is a special forces unit of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). First and foremost a field intelligence-gathering unit, conducting deep reconnaissance behind enemy lines to obtain strategic intelligence, Sayeret Matkal is also tasked with counter-terrorism and hostage rescue beyond Israel's borders. The unit is modeled after the British Army's Special Air Service, taking the unit's motto "Who Dares Wins". It is directly subordinate to the IDF's Directorate of Military Intelligence.
The unit is best known for Operation Thunderbolt, commonly known as Operation Entebbe, in which it rescued more than 100 Air France passengers hijacked and flown to Uganda by PFLP-EO terrorists, killing 52 enemy combatants while losing only the assault element commander, Yonatan Netanyahu, and three hostages.
Could be an excellent SAS like copy as mentioned.
Maglan (Hebrew: מגלן. Also known as Unit 212 or Sayeret Maglan) is an Israeli Special Forces unit which specializes in operating behind enemy lines and deep in enemy territory using advanced technologies and weaponry.
The unit's name is derived from the Ibis bird (In Hebrew: Maglan).
The IDF keeps the unit's designated missions a secret and gives no information about it or the operations in which the unit takes part. Maglan has existed since 1986 but became publicly known only in 2006. Very little is known about the unit, only that the force performs top secret operations behind enemy lines, deep within hostile territory. Like Sayeret Matkal, although the operators in the unit wear a red beret and brown combat boots and conduct basic training at one of the paratroopers' bases, they are not part of the Paratroop Brigade. Maglan has a 20 months training program (6 months basic training and 14 months specialized combat education), and many of the candidates drop out due to the harsh nature of the program. The training program is known to be one of the toughest in the IDF. Similarly to Sayeret Matkal, Maglan answers to the IDF's General Staff and not to one of its regional commands.
Maglan is a relatively new unit. It is rumored that it was deployed on covert SCUD hunting missions in Iraq during the First Gulf War in 1991.
Would fit rather well as A Kommandosi like western unit.
The Givati Brigade (Hebrew: חֲטִיבַת גִּבְעָתִי, literally "Hill Brigade" or "Highland Brigade" in English) is an infantry brigade of the Israel Defense Forces, and serves as its amphibious force. Givati soldiers are designated by purple berets. The Brigade's symbol is the fox, alluding to Shualei Shimshon (שועלי שמשון, lit. Samson's Foxes), a unit in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.
The Givati was reestablished as a mechanized infantry brigade and then proceeded on to amphibious warfare in 1983. In 1986 the brigade's purple beret was officially approved. Since 1999 it serves under Israel's Southern Command.
IDF marine force.
The Paratroopers Brigade (Hebrew: חֲטִיבַת הַצַּנְחָנִים, Hativat HaTzanhanim), also known as the 35th Brigade, is a unit of paratroopers within the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), and forms a major part of the Infantry Corps. It has a history of carrying out special forces-style missions dating back to the 1950s.
Service in the Paratroopers is voluntary and requires passing an intense two day tryout. Each year the brigade receives five times more applicants than it can accept. The 7 and a half-month arduous training of the Paratroopers includes fitness training, harsh combat skills, specializing in a wide range of weapons, field craft, long marches with weight, weeks of survival training including navigation and camouflage, helicopter training, jump training, collaboration with other units, and urban warfare. All training reflects the role that the fighters will perform in operations and wartime.
Paratrooper Brigade soldiers wear red berets with the infantry pin, and wear red shoes. Distinct from all other soldiers of the IDF, Paratroopers wear a tunic and belt over the shirt.
The brigade was created at the mid 1950s when the commando Unit 101 was merged with the 890th Battalion (the IDF's Airborne Commando unit) in order to form an elite infantry brigade. The new unit was equipped with the IMI Uzi submachine gun as their primary weapon as it provided light and small automatic fire – essential properties for recon units and commandos.
Uzi wielding para unit.
Handasah Kravit - Combat Engineers
Due to lack of flame weapons can serve as a higher vet FIST team. CAR-15 & B300 or Mk19 AGL are potential options. IDF focus on combat engineering might make these shock status
Miluim (reservists) - FN FAL, RL-83 Blindicide
Raglim 75 (line infantry) - FN FAL, M72 LAW, FN FAL HBAR
Raglim 85 (line infantry) - M16, M72A4, FN MAG
Hativat Givati 80 (shock marines) - Galil AR, RPG-7V, FN MAG
Hativat HaTzanhanim 75 (shock paras, 15men) - Uzi, M72 LAW, FN MAG
Hativat HaTzanhanim 90 (shock paras, 15men) - CAR-15, B300, FN MAG
Sayeret Matkal (elite, SAS setup) - CAR-15 ,B300, Stinger
Sayeret Maglan (elite, scud hunting setup) - Galil SAR, M-47 Super Dragon, PKM
Handasah Kravit 75 (shock?, FIST) - Uzi, RPG-7V
Handasah Kravit 85 (shock?, FIST) - M-16, B300
Redeye Team 75 - Uzi, Redeye
Stinger Team 90 - M-16, Stinger
AKM AR (spec ops)
M16A1 (received early with CAR-15s in early 70s)
FN FAL HBAR
PKM (spec ops)
RPG-7 (Large stocks captured and held as secondary ATW. Rounds produced locally.)
M47 Dragon ATGM
B300 (early 80s)
M3 Halftrack + Reservists
Utilized by IDF till roughly 80s these would make excellent reservist unit. IDF being a conscripted army has a (relatively) large manpower pool. FAL Rifles and Super Bazookas would make sense for this unit.
M113A1 APC 1972
Zelda APC 1982
Nagmachon Heavy APC 1983-85
Centurion based heavy APC.
It is often used as an engineering vehicle and a carrier for sappers, although its main role has been to carry infantry.
Achzarit Heavy APC 1988
Captured T-55 based heavy APC.
Puma Heavy Engineer APC 1991
1991 Heavy engineer carrier (8man team) later also mounted with FAE Carpet mine clearing system (short range TOS Burratino)
[*]Zelda 2 APC 1994
[*]Nakpadon Heavy APC 1998
Centurion based heavy APC.
BTR-152 1968 (Captured a number of those vehicles during the Six Day War from Egypt and Syria.)
RAM Wheeled APC 1979 (capable of being carried by CH-53 so potential of airborne transport)
AS-321 Super Frelon 1966
M107 175mm Heavy LR Artillery 1968
When these guns were outranged by rocket fire from Tyre, they were upgraded with the addition of extended range, full-bore ammunition and new powder supplied by Gerald Bull's Space Research Corporation. This allowed operations over 50 km with increased accuracy. The IDF acquired up to 175 vehicles. In IDF service, the M107 is known as the Romach (spear or lance).
M109 155mm Medium Artillery 1970
M109A1 155mm SPG 1973
M110 203mm Heavy Artillery 1968
M113 81/107mm Mortars 1972+ (with delivery of M113 apcs?)
[*]M270 MLRS 1994 Cluster
M-68/L-33 155mm 1960
Sholef/ Slammer 155mm 1984-85 (proto)
Proto Merkava based SPG. auto loading system, 10 sec FCS, 40km range
[*]Rascal 155mm 2000 (proto)
OTF but included here due to the fact that IDF airborne assets lack almost all support assets. Rascal is air transportable @ 20tons and 39cal variant is C-130 capable.
[*]ATMOS2000 155mm 2001 (proto)
OTF but included here due to the fact that IDF airborne & motor assets lack almost all support assets. Air transportable and wheeled. A shorter barrel Caesar.
Makmat 160mm Heavy Mortar 1966
Sherman based 160mm Soltam M-66 mortar with close to 10km range
IOC 1983 mid range MLRS system
Capture in 67 & 73 these were utilized until late 80s by all accounts
Sherman based 36 round 240mm luancher using captured & reverse engineered BM-24 rockets. BM-24 HATO spam anyone???
Centurion and Sherman based 4 round 290mm LR Rocket system. Likely HE missile.
Ground based Shrike anti radiation missile launcher! Knock out SAMS without risking precious aircraft.
Updated variant mounting 3 AGM-78 Standard ARMs.
M163 VADS 1977
Chaparral SR SAM 1973
HAWK SAM 1964
I-HAWK MR SAM 1976
Patriot PAC-2 SAM 1991 - For 1991 Gulf War SCUD defence
ZSU-23-4 Shilka 1976
60 Captured in 73/82 wars.
TCM 20 SPAAG 1980?
M3 TCM20 SPAAG 1970?
Note: Israel was the first combat user of ERA in tanks starting in late 70s and early 80s, predating even the Soviet Union. As such its Cat C tank forces start off relatively well armoured. Introduction of the Merkava MBT only continues this trend.
60mm Tank Mortars. IDF utilizes turret mounted 60mm mortars on its Merkava and Magach series MBTs. These are utilized in urban warfare due to high elevation and top attack aspect, anti-RPG/ATGM as well as night time illumination and smoke laying. Ingame likely utilized as a slow firing (commander operated) direct fire 60mm gun with 2-3km range. More info here viewtopic.php?f=104&t=50251&start=80#p763369
It has several functions.
It can fire HE, illumination and smoke shells and helps to reduce the consumption of the ammunition of the main gun.
The idea to integrate a mortar in the Merkava mk.1 resulted of lessons of Yom Kippur War: to enhance the armor capability to fight AT armed infantry; to make it less dependent on the artillery for illumination; to enhance its capability to mark targets for close air support.
I have a friend who commands a battalion of Merkavas. He has told me that the 60mm mortar is a surprisingly useful weapon and is quite accurate with practice. If you have a company of tanks firing in concert at a target, say an anti-tank team who are in cover behind a fold in the terrain, you can have a really effective and concentrated mortar "stonk" in a very short period of time.
I think the main reason was to increase self sufficiency. But to understand it, it is necessary to have some historical background.
In the Six-Day War IDF armor was very efficient in its Blitzkrieg style offensive in Sinai. The mechanized infantry was often left behind because it was equipped with M3 half-trucks that were too slow to keep the rhythm of the tanks. The artillery was also left behind while the close support of the air force was massive.
The IDF drew erroneous lessons of this war. Between 1967 and 1973, the build-up of the ground forces focused on new armored divisions with few mechanized infantry to support them. Artillery was also neglected in favor of close air force support.
This trend of build-up was proven erroneous in YKW. The IDF armored companies faced massive quantities of Egyptian infantry armed with ATGMs and RPGs with few mechanized infantry to support the tanks, and often without infantry at all.
The insufficient artillery support was also proven problematic. The IAF could not provide massive close support, because its the planes were denied the freedom of action they had in the previous war by the dense missiles and artillery air defenses with which the enemy was equipped now.
After YKW, the IDF returned to a better proportionated combined forces build-up of its ground forces. But the idea to increase the self sufficiency of the armor platoon was also implemented by integrating this mortar to the tanks.
http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/sh ... in-Merkava
12.7mm M2 "Counter Sniper/ Anti-Material Mount (CSAMM)"
The external 0.5" [caliber, Browning M2 "Ma Deuce" heavy] machine gun, mounted on top of the main gun was linked to the fire control system and can now be fired by electrical actuation under armor. The IDF realized that the 0.5" is more effective in urban warfare.
Slaved to the main gun barrel and its associated fire control, the M2 HMG is utilized as a cost effective gunnery training tool as well as highly useful urban warfare and low intensity conflict weapon. Serving as a precision long range weapon it saves on main gun ammunition and prevents collateral casualties in urban warfare scenarios. In game terms it should serve as a high accuracy HMG with slightly extended ground range to account for the tank FCS. Mounted on almost all IDF tanks depending on model. Later copied by the US army (post 2000+) as the CSAMM.
Sho't (Centurion) 1963
Sho't Blazer 1979
Upgraded Centurion with new powerpack & Blazer ERA
Magach 5 1980
Upgraded M48 w/ Blazer ERA
Magach 6B 1981?
M60 w/ Blazer ERA. Stat wise close to M60 ERA.
Magach 7 1991
M60 with Passive Armor and upgraded engine. Stat wise close to Super M60
Tiran 5Sh 1975+?
Upgraded captured T-55 with 105mm & various improvements. Stat wise close to updated Chinese Type 59s
Tiran 5 Blazer/ Ti-67 1980?
Updated with Blazer ERA
Tiran 6 1975+
Upgraded captured T-62 with 105mm & verious imporvements. Stat wise close to updated NK T-62s.
Merkava Mk1 1979
105mm Indigenous MBT. Similar stat wise to early M1 Abrams.
Merkava Mk2 1983
Merkava Mk3 1989
120mm equipped indigenous MBT. Semi automatic loading system.
[*]Merkava Mk3 Baz IOC 1995.
Interestingly the Spike gun launched ATGM has the IOC of 1992. As such the Mk3 Baz could use it ingame under current timeline setup. With a range of 8km IRL It would be a circa 3km ATGM ingame.
PT-71 (PT-76 Captured) 1971
PT-71 (Not to be confused with the Soviet PT-71) - Is a PT-76 upgrade built by Nimda Group Ltd., which includes a 90 mm Cockerill tank gun, a new machine gun, a new fire control system, a laser range finder, night vision devices and a 300 hp (224 kW) diesel engine. The only known customers were the Israeli and Indonesian armies.
RBY Recon 1979
Having a very large and varied and armor focused army there should likely be a recon MBT. It could be an early variant of the Sho't (Centurion), Tiran 4 (captured T-54) or Magach 3 (modernized M-48)
Sayeret Orev/ Orev Givati
Reconnaissance Anti-Tank Unit of the paratroops. 5 man recon ATGM team, typically trained with man-portable TOW/ MAPATS but ingame terms it might be forced as a Dragon ATGM
Shayetet 13 (Hebrew: שייטת 13, lit. Flotilla 13) is the naval special forces unit of the Israeli Navy, one of the primary special operations units of the Israel Defense Forces. S'13 specializes in sea-to-land incursions, counter-terrorism, sabotage, maritime intelligence gathering, maritime hostage rescue, and boarding. The unit has taken part in almost all of Israel's major wars, as well as other actions. The unit is one of the most secretive in the Israeli military. The details of many missions and identities of active operatives are kept highly classified. The unit is respected as among the best of the world’s special forces, and is often compared to the US Navy SEALs and Britain's Special Boat Service. Unlike many other Israeli Special Forces Units which take men only for their 36-month mandatory service, volunteers for Shayetet 13 must agree to service at least four and a half years (18 months over and above the normal commitment).
Carrying AK-47s This would be an excellent 10 man recon team
Founded in 1974 by several former Sayeret Matkal veterans, it is the Israeli Air Force's commando unit, specializing in forward air control, aerial & special reconnaissance, and target designation outside of Israel's borders.
Shaldag was founded in 1974, in the aftermath of the Yom Kippur War, by Muki Betzer, a Sayeret Matkal veteran who brought several Matkal veterans with him. Initially operating as a Sayeret Matkal reserve company, it was eventually transferred to the IAF.
Shaldag's mission is to deploy undetected into combat and hostile environments to conduct special reconnaissance, establish assault zones or airfields, while simultaneously conducting air traffic control and commando actions. Shaldag operates from Palmachim Airbase. Shaldag soldiers carry M16 or M4A1 assault rifles fitted with the M203 grenade launcher. For special missions, they carry Glock 17 and 19 9mm series pistols and Mauser SR 82/66 sniper rifles.
Would serve the role of a 2 man sniper team rather well
Sayeret Orev/ Orev Givati (shock, 5-10men) - CAR-15, I-TOW
Shayetet 13 (elite) - AKM, RPG-7V, FN MAG [CQC]
Sayeret Shaldag (elite, 2men) - Galil SAR, M72A4, Galatz Sniper
CJ-5 Tagar with ENTAC or SS.11 ATGM 1964
M3 Halftrack with SS.11 ATGM 1964
TOW (1973) /I-TOW/ TOW2 Jeeps
RR Jeeps/ M113s
M163 CS 1977 (used in urban warfare)
Air defense guns are valuable for suppressing ground targets. The IDF found that M163 Vulcan 20mm anti-aircraft guns were very useful in urban settings because the Vulcan has sufficiently high elevation to target the upper stories of buildings. Secondly, the Vulcan offered a high rate of fire which was very effective in suppressing snipers and intimidating opponents. These views of anti-aircraft weapons were shared by Israel’s opponents as well. As a result of earlier experiences in the Lebanese civil war, standard Syrian tactical doctrine called for employing an anti-aircraft section of ZU-23 23mm cannons with a tank battalion when operating in an urban environment. The Syrians concluded that ZU-23s have a “devastating effect” when employed against the outside walls because they “denude structures with their high rates of fire.” Similarly, the PLO also employed anti-aircraft guns in a ground-support role.
[*]M901 ITV (1993) bought due to end of CW so unlikely
60mm HVMS Heavy Autocannon FSV (Marder 2 analogue)
Mounted in prototype form on the M113
Laser guided upgraded TOW system. Likely sold to China and developed as the HJ-9 system ingame, mounted on the WZ-550. As such its one of the best ATGMs ingame, with 2975m range, 70% ACC & 26 AP. Mounted in IDF service on the M113 & Jeep
Luz-1 SSM 1973 (proto?)
27km EO guided surface to surface missile. Interestingly could have an HE warhead a long range being a very interesting specialist unit. Technically a precursor of the Gabriel ASHM.
Tamuz (Spike NLOS) ATGM 1981
"Non Line Of Sight" is an ultra long range version of the weapon with a claimed maximum range of up to 25 km (16 mi). It is larger missile with an overall weight of around 70 kg (154 lb 5 oz) and can be launched from the ground or from helicopters. It was developed following lessons learned in the Yom Kippur War which showed a need for a high-precision guided tactical ground-to-ground battlefield missile. Codenamed Tamuz (תמוז), the first variants entered service with the IDF in 1981, though this was not revealed to the public until 2011.In a deal concluded on 6 September 2011, the South Korean government has agreed to purchase an unknown number of Spike NLOS missiles.
1981. 25km G2G fiber optic ATGM
MH-53 w/ Nimrod ATGM 1989 (proto)
The main launch pad for the Nimrod in the Israel Defense Forces helicopter is a modification of a CH-53 helicopter, which is not only due to the relatively large size and heavy missiles Nimrod, but the CH-53 It is a common vehicle for delivery by Israel of special operations teams. The launch vehicle or aircraft can shoot up to 4 Nimrods both single pack.
IOC 1989. With 8 20km ranged ATGMs it would be the longest ranged ATGM ingame
AH-1G Cobra 1974
AH-64A Apache 1990 (+AGM114C/F Hellfire)
MD500 Defender (TOW variant)
The famous IAF features a diverse mix of aircraft and capabilities, effectively covering all bases of A2A, Anti Tank, Bomber, Precision strike, SEAD as well as decent anti ship capability. It would be a very effective airborne deck if utilized in such fashion.
Mirage IIIC "Shahak" 1962
2x Shafir-2 IR AAM, 1x Matra R.530 SARH AAM
F-15A "Baz" 1976
4x AIM-7E Sparrow, 4x AIM-9J/P IR AAM
F-15C "Baz" 1981 (no AMRAAMs till 1998)
4x AIM-7M Sparrow, 4x Python-3 or AIM-9L/M IR AAM
F-15 "Baz Meshopar/ Baz-2000" (“Improved Eagle”) 1995 (proto)
4x AMRAAM AAM, 4x Python-4 IR AAM.
Kfir C.2 1978
4x LAU-61 Rocket pod. (76x Zuni rockets)
A-4N Skyhawk "Ayit" 1973
2-4x AGM-12 Bullpup
4-6x CBU-87 Cluster
F-4E Kurnass 2000 1987
6x AGM-65 Maverick
F-4E "Kurnass" 1971
12x Mk117 Bomb, 2-4x AIM-7E Sparrow SARH AAM
F-16A "Netz" 1980
2x Mk84 Bombs, 4x AIM-9L/M IR AAM (ala Op Babylon & 82 Beqaa Valley)
2-4x AIM-7F Sparrow SARH AAM, 2x GBU-15 AGM (1982)
A-4H Skyhawk "Ayit" 1967
2x AGM-45 Shrike
F-16B/D "Brakeet" 1981/86 - IAF is a large scale user of the F-16B/D using them as dual seater attack aircraft as well as trainers.
1986-1988 $2.2 b 'Peace Marble-2' deal; 75x F-16 Block-30 version; incl 24 F-16D; Israeli designation Barak and Brakeet
In May 1989, the IDFAF revealed an F-16D at Hatsor AFB carrying a AGM-78D 'Standard ARM' missile which was used to attack Syrian SA batteries during the Peace of Galilee operation in Lebanon, confirming the suspicion that F-16B/Ds were used in a Wild Weasel role.
2x AGM-78 Standard ARM, 2-4x AIM-9 Sidewinder IR AAM.
Kfir C.7 late-80s
F-4 IAI Super Phantom (proto)
A separate Israel Aircraft Industries project was proposed for a PW1120-powered Phantom, and one prototype built. IAI's F-4 "Super Phantom" or F-4-2000, which could exceed Mach 1 without afterburners, was displayed at the 1987 Paris Air Show. McDonnell Douglas scuttled the F-4-2000's development because it equaled the F/A-18C/D in performance and could endanger future F/A-18 sales.
In 1983 BMAC and PW announced they were privately developing a major upgrade program for the F-4. This included an 1100 US gallon centerline CFT with integral front wheel well which Boeing had originally developed in an earlier Navy contract. The CFT was able of carrying 2 medium sized missiles or 4 air-to-ground hard points. By 1984 the electronics line up was solidified and the "Super Phantom" was brought to 1980s standards with the F-16's GEC HUD and Sperry MFD, the F-20's Honeywell INS, and the Westinghouse APG-65/66. The J79 was swapped out for the newer, shorter, lighter and more powerful PW1120 yielding great improvements in T/W, time to climb and sustained turn rate. Boeing put great emphasis on work share agreements and customization with the export partner and received interest from Israel, South Korea, Spain, Turkey and Japan. There was also a solicitation to the Air National Guard.
Proposed high-performance reconnaissance version with HIAC-1 LOROP camera for Israel developed under the Peace Jack program in conjunction with General Dynamics. Water injection was projected to give the aircraft a top speed in excess of Mach 3 (over 2,000 mph (3,200 km/h) at high altitudes). The water would be contained in a pair of 2,500 US gal (9,600 l) conformal tanks on the sides of the fuselage spine.
[*]IAI Lavi (proto) 1986+
The IAI Lavi (Hebrew: לביא, "Young Lion") was a single-engined 4th generation fighter developed in Israel in the 1980s. Developed by Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI), the choice to develop the Lavi was controversial, both with the Israeli public due to the enormous associated costs and particularly with the U.S. government due to competition with American fighters on the export market. These issues led to its ultimate cancelation.
The Lavi was planned to be the mainstay of the Israeli Air Force, and considerable export sales for the aircraft had been forecast. The uniqueness of its design was in the combination of a small, aerodynamic, highly maneuverable plane, with sophisticated, software-rich systems, low armed drag, and the ability to carry a large payload at high speed and over long distances.
Heavily armed missile boats dominate the Israeli navy offering fast strike capabilities. Helicopter and aircraft anti-ship assets also available.
Sa'ar 4 missile boat 1973
4x Harpoon ASHM, 4-6x Gabriel II ASHM, 2x OTO Merala 76mm gun
Sa'ar 4.5 missile boat 1981
8x Harpoon ASHM, 32x Barak 1 SAM, Otobreda 76mm gun, 1x Phalanx CIWS
Sa'ar 5 corvette 1993 (stealthy)
1x Phalanx CIWS, 8x Harpoon ASHM, 64x Barak 1 SAM
Dabur patrol boat 1970
2x 20mm Oerlikon AC, 2x 50cal HMG, Carl Gustav RR.
Shaldag patrol boat 1989
Stabilized 25mm AC, 20mm Oerlikon, 2x 50cal HMG
[*]AS 365 Panther Helicopter 1985
4x AS 15 TT ASHM
F-4E "Kurnass 2000" Anti Ship 1987 (Kurnass 2000 IOC date)
2x Gabriel III A/S Missiles, 4x AIM-7M Sparrow
A-4E Skyhawk "Ayit" 1982 (Gabriel III A/S IOC date)
2x Gabriel III A/S Missiles
Further ideas and thoughts appreciated.