According to the Israeli Defense Ministry, the first brand-new cargo of armored vehicles for the Israel Defense Forces arrived at Ben-Gurion International Airport on Thursday.
The trucks, it was stated, would replace those harmed during the conflict. According to the Defense Ministry, Maj. Gen. (res.) Eyal Zamir, director general, approved orders for military supplies valued at roughly $105 million from both local and foreign sources.
The supplied and upcoming supplies, which will include tactical trucks, mechanical engineering equipment, armored ambulances, and other vehicles, are “intended to bolster the IDF’s fleet of vehicles to address a range of operational scenarios,” the ministry noted.
“The Israel Ministry of Defense has already delivered hundreds of vehicles to the IDF, and several hundred more are currently en route to Israel,” it stated.