40 "Israeli" warplanes participated in training, which took place in Greece and included simulated attacks in unknown territories; pilots also practiced multi-front attacks, with flights taking place during both day and night.
Both "Israeli" and Greek air forces conducted a joint drill as part of the wide-scale Air Force exercise that concluded last week.
The drill included long-haul flights, dozens of planes training in unknown territories, and a simulated attack of a missile battery.
They also practiced aerial refueling, while air crews shared knowledge.
Hundreds of warplanes, helicopters and aircraft carriers took part in the exercise, which included day and night flights.
"Israel" sent 40 warplanes from 10 different squadrons, refueling and cargo aircraft, and dozens of air crews to Greece for the drill.
The training was conducted entirely in the air, without landing, and included two daytime flights.
The exercise was planned as part of the "Israeli" Occupation Forces' [IOF] 2018 training schedule to improve forces' battle fitness and preparedness.
The exercise, which lasted five days, simulated fighting on both the northern and the southern occupied borders to improve the "Israeli" air force's ability to cope with a scenario that involves combat on several fronts simultaneously.
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