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August 19, 1983 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-19

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54 Friday, August 19, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Campers Jason Saxon, left, and Keith Berger,
right, participate in a Kabalat Shabat observance
with village supervisor Bert Green at the outdoor
amphitheater at the Fresh Air Society's Camp Maas
site.

Israeli Success May Spur
U.S. Use of Pilotless Planes

WASHINGTON — New-
found American military
confidence in the develop-
ment of miniature, re-
motely piloted aircraft may
have come, at least in part,
from the decisive Israeli
battlefield success with
such planes during last
summer's invasion of Leba-
non, Aviation Week and
Space Technology magazine
reported last month.
According to the maga-
zine, the Israelis used the
planes under intense com-
bat conditions in the Bekaa
Valley and reported excel-
lent results.
Cost, however, remains a
critical factor in future U.S.
use of this type of plane, ac-
cording to Maj. Gen. Brian
D. Ward, deputy chief of
staff for science and
technology at Air Force Sys-
tems Command headquar-
ters. Other points the U.S.
will consider include the
deployment and re-

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such planes and the role of
manned versus unmanned
aircraft.

There is no confidence
when there is no respect.

Saguy Announces
IDF Resignation

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Mili-
tary headquarters has con-
firmed that Maj. Gen.
Yehoshua Saguy, former di-
rector of military intelli-
gence will leave the army.
Saguy announced his resig-
nation from the army Sun-
day.
Saguy was relieved of
command of the intelligence
corps this year in accord-
ance with a recommenda-
tion by a commission of in-
quiry studying the Phalan-
gist massacre of Palestinian
refugees in Beirut last year.
In a related development,
two more army reservists
have been sentenced to
prison terms for refusing to
serve in Lebanon. This has
brought the number who
have so far been sentenced
for refusing to serve to 83,
with 12 presently in mili-
tary jails.

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