Israel began using Spice 2000 bombs to attack the Gaza Strip

Israeli aviation is actively using Spice 2000 adjustable glide bombs in the Gaza Strip. This ammunition was first used during an armed conflict in the Middle East already in the first half of October, immediately after its escalation, in particular, on the outskirts of the Palestinian city of Khan Yunis.

The bombs were developed by the Israeli company Rafael, with production facilities located in the United States and owned by a subsidiary of Rafael USA. The American side supplies these ammunition to Israel.

In the presented video footage you can see one of the moments when a 900-kilogram aerial bomb was used on a building in the Gaza Strip.

A month ago, the White House notified the US Congress of its intention to supply weapons to Israel worth $320 million. Spice 2000 is capable of hitting targets at a distance of up to 125 kilometers, with an accuracy of 3-5 meters.

The ammunition is equipped with an autonomous course correction function using GPS navigation. The use of these munitions reflects Israel's desire to increase the effectiveness of its military operations in the region.


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