Israel buys decommissioned South American technique

Israel will buy American equipment written offIsrael's Defense Ministry has started negotiations with the Pentagon to buy decommissioned U.S. Military Equipment, which is available after the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, the newspaper The Jerusalem Post. Purchase of equipment written off as, for example, armored HMMWV, Israel will cost significantly less, if its purchase from manufacturers. Except Military Equipment, Israeli Defense Ministry also plans to acquire the vacated gun and ammunition.

The agreement on the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq was signed in December 2008. According to the document troops The U.S. should leave the country no later than 31 December 2011. At the current time in Iraq there are 46 thousand American fighter. Clearly the number of American Military Equipment Iraq is not clear. According to some reports, the South American military use in Iraq, from 4 to 7 thousand units for sale, and up to 300 thousand units of small guns.

In October 2010, the command of the U.S. Army requested the Ministry of Defense of Iraq offered to place the Iraqi military equipment, which is available after the withdrawal of troops from the country. This, namely, the question of armored vehicles, Humvee, M1A1 Abrams tanks and military trucks. Iraq does not give an answer to this request.

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