Why Israeli police don’t use drones anymore
A drone is used in Israel every day.
The Israel Police, however, don’t have any, and that’s why they’re broadcasting live and live-streaming their operation from the air.
The drone operation was launched as part of an initiative to make sure the police department’s air force, which has been operating with a relatively low level of training and equipment for the past few years, is ready for any emergencies.
The police department will use the drone for aerial surveillance, as well as for the interception of mobile phones, the interception and recording of conversations, and for other operational purposes, such as patrolling the streets.
This comes as a result of a pilot program that the police launched earlier this year.
It aims to develop new drone capabilities for the police, as it has become a target for militants who seek to destroy the country’s infrastructure and to destabilize its society.
The police have been flying drones since the mid-1980s, but the program was discontinued after a terrorist attack in which three police officers were killed and another five wounded in Tel Aviv.
Israel’s drone program has grown rapidly since its establishment, with the Israeli Air Force conducting several aerial missions in recent years.
The Israeli Defense Forces has also been conducting aerial reconnaissance in the Golan Heights for years.
But the Israeli military and the Israeli police have yet to agree on how the drone program should be implemented.
The air force has been piloting drones for some time now, and it is a relatively new technology, as the Israeli drone has not been able to fly as well with the military’s use of a ground-based radar system.
The new system, which will replace the current radar, will use cameras on drones that will give a clearer picture of the terrain.
This will help the Israeli air force to identify threats from afar and help in operations that may not be possible without the radar system, such the interception or recording of communications.
In order to implement the new system of drone operations, the Israeli government has decided to use a system of drones that has been developed by Israeli company Avio.
Avio has been working on a system for years, and in November 2015, the military announced that it was beginning to use the new Avio drone.
It will have a maximum speed of 30 meters per second and can carry up to eight drones at a time.
The first two Avio drones will be deployed from November to December, and a third one will be put into service in March 2018.
Israel’s drones are not the only ones being used in the country.
According to a report by Israeli news website Haaretz, the Israel Defense Forces have used unmanned aircrafts (UAVs) in the past, but it was not until this year that the military began to use drones in a more significant way.
The United States is also considering using drones to protect US interests in the Middle East, according to Haaretz.
The IDF has also used drones in the war against the Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS), as well in several other conflicts.
On Tuesday, Israel launched a new unmanned aircraft that is designed to carry out surveillance missions in the southern part of the country, and its capabilities have not been announced.
“It’s the beginning of an era,” IDF Lieutenant-Colonel Gadi Gafni, the commander of the Israeli unmanned aerial vehicle program, said at the launch of the new drone, which is called “El Golan.”
The pilot will use his aircraft to collect aerial photographs of the area and will then use it to fly over the area to take photographs of buildings and buildings properties, Gafnir said.
The pilot’s role is to be a liaison between the drone and the military and coordinate operations with other aerial units, according the report.
Israel has been conducting drone operations in the Sinai Peninsula for years and it was also known that it is using drones in other areas of the Middle West.