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June 03, 1983 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-03

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14 Friday, June 3, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Displays Aircraft in Paris

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PARIS (JTA) — Over 20
Israeli industrial firms spe-
cializing in aircraft con-
struction and defense
equipment ranging from
sophisticated missiles to
electronic equipment took
part in the Paris Interna-
tional Air Show which
opened last week.
Foreign experts attend-
ing the show said that Is-
rael's aerospace industries
are today among the world's
half dozen most advanced in
the field of both research
and production.
The Israeli delegation to
the air show, held at Le
Bourget, was headed by De-
fense Minister Moshe Arens
who was invited by the
French Defense Minister
Charles Hernu.
Hundreds of foreign
experts crowded the Is-
raeli pavillion as the
show opened. The use of
highly sophisticated
Israeli-made and de-
signed electronic war-
fare equipment during
last summer's battles
when 80 Syrian planes
and 400 tanks were de-
stroyed in a matter of
days, helped spur inter-
est.

The pavillion had on dis-
play several types of mis-
siles including the world
famous Python-3, the third
generation air-to-air
Raphael missile based on
the Shafrir-2 used in Is-
rael's previous wars and the
SAR-2 advanced artillery
location system which can
simultaneously handle up
to 50 different fire sources
and was successfully used in
Lebanon.
Israeli experts at the air
show revealed that the
Lavie prototype jet fighter
will be airborne in February
1986, but refused to say
when the multi-purpose
warplane will go into prod-
uction.
The single-engine combat
aircraft, now under de-
velopment, is designed for
short and medium range
air-to-ground missions and
is expected to become "the
head of Israel Aircraft In-
dustries in the 1990s. The
head of Israel Aircraft In-
dustries research and de-
velopment unit, Dr. Ben
Zion Naveh, told a press
conference that "we have by
now all the American ex-
port licenses needed for the
production of the plane."
Naveh and other IAI
experts stressed that Is-
rael did not need and had
not asked for a technol-
ogy transfer but for man-
ufactured parts.
Though the Lavie will be
equipped with an
American-made Pratt and
Whitney jet engine, most of
its sophisticated equipment
will be Israeli manufac-
tured and designed.
Its electronic warfare
self-protection system has
been designed by an IAI
subsidiary, Elta Electronics
and will consist of a fully
automatic and power man-

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aged computer network
which will permit rapid
threat identification and
automatic response using
various deception tech-
niques.
A new version of the Kfir,
the C-7, destined to fill the
gap between the Kfir-C-2
and the Lavie will be on dis-
play at Le Bourget and
probably take part in sev-
eral fly overs. The new ver-
sion has a longer range,
more powerful engine and
greater operation potential.
Also on view was the
remote controlled pilot-
less Scout which was
used intensively
throughout the war in
Lebanon. The Scout sys-
tem consists of up to eight
miniature aircraft, a
launcher, recovery net
and ground control sta-
tion operated by a crew
of 12.
The system provides on-
the-spot reconnaissance to
both the field commander
and command headquarters
at the rear simultaneously.
It is able to stay on station
for periods of up to seven
hours to observe the tactical
area, battlefield or open sea,
unseen and unheard. Sev-

eral foreign countries have
already ordered it.
The IAI is also developing
two civilian models, the
Arava and the Westwind
Astra, based on former
planes now brought up to
date.

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