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  • Amid Gaza war IDF buys ammunition from U.S. stock in Israel

    The last time the U.S. allowed Israel to restock the IDF's munitions from its local supply was in 2006, during the Second Lebanon War. The U.S. approved the sale of $300 million worth of ammunition to Israel, the Pentagon confirmed Wednesday. Among the ammunition Israel bought from the U.S. was "an undisclosed amount of 120 mm mortar rounds and 40 mm ammunition for grenade launchers," ABC news reported The interesting fact is that the sale was made from the U.S. stockpile (WRSA-I) - an emergency storage of ammunition and other military gear (including missiles and military vehicles) that the U.S.…

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