BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:40 P.M.) – The Israeli Army created a new military unit to collect accurate intelligence and espionage.

According to the Hebrew-language Channel 7, the Israeli Army announced the launch of a new hovercraft contingent affiliated to the “9900” unit of the Military Intelligence Corps, which is responsible for collecting geo-visual intelligence.

They emphasized that the hovercraft or drones unit will collect accurate intelligence information in high accuracy, whether in the night or day hours, and it is a unit that decodes optical and accurate mapping.

Channel 7 said on its website that the Israeli Army is trying to make the most of the capabilities of hovercraft and drones in the field of espionage, intelligence and information gathering, especially as it has an important and strategic advantage which is to work at any time and in difficult weather conditions, as it is very cheap.

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