US House letter urges more military cooperation with Israel

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Nearly 50 members of the House Armed Services Committee have signed a letter to the US Defense Department urging for increased security cooperation with Israel. The bipartisan letter, addressed to US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin and signed by 47 members of the Armed Services Committee, said threats to Israel could be met with better technological cooperation. The letter notes areas of advanced technology that are already being used in Israel’s security against its adversaries, and suggests ways it can build upon these systems. “Cooperative missile defense programs such as the Iron Dome, Davi…

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