The Point of the Spear Squadron, that the beautiful name of 106sq within the Heyl Ha'Avir (Israeli Air Force). This F-15D Baz shows its huge air brake during its landing at Nellis AFB. Also clearly seen behind the cockpit is the Israeli modification, a high bandwidth satellite communications system just behind the canopy. The secretive large bulbous R2-D2 like satellite communications dome is only seen on Israeli Eagles.
Israeli air power during its easy landing at Nellis after most probably a complex full scale war training over the Nellis ranges. 69sq, The Hammers Squadron, is operating this great coloured Israeli variant of the Strike Eagle.
C-130J-30 Super Hercules of the Heyl Ha'Avir (Israeli Air Force) during take-off from Ovda air base in the Negev desert. The Israeli C-130Js, locally named at Shimshon, are all assigned to 103 The Elephant Squadron, based at Nevatim air base. The Israeli's bought (all delivered) seven C-130Js so far. They also operate a quite large fleet (some twenty left) of eldery C-130E, C-130H and KC-130H's, locally named Karnaf.
The Israeli Air Force operates this highly modified Gulfstream V Nachshon Shavit with 122sq "The Dakota Squadron" from Nevatim air base. This 676 visited Ovda only for a short while as it operated during Blue Flag from its homebase.