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Israel’s largest and most powerful logistics company, the Israel Defense Forces, will launch a new initiative in the Middle East to assist its forces in the event of a crisis or disaster.
The company will deploy a fleet of vehicles and supplies to help the military in a crisis, including a convoy of more than 100 Humvees, armored personnel carriers and other military vehicles.
The move comes as the Israeli military faces a shortage of vehicles, with Israel having a limited supply of Humvee variants.
A convoy of the vehicles would be the first such venture in the Israeli Defense Forces.
According to the head of the company, Maj. Gen. Avi Golan, the company is planning to launch a special campaign that will be focused on “the logistics and logistics related to a crisis situation,” and will involve its employees.
The Humveez, which are built for military purposes, are among the most popular vehicles in Israel’s armored vehicles market, and the company plans to use the vehicles in a variety of scenarios.
Golan said the vehicles will be used for reconnaissance and to provide the army with information and assistance to help deal with natural disasters.
In addition to the vehicles, the military plans to install a new fleet of tanks and armored personnel vehicles.
Golan said the plan will not include the transfer of any military technology to the company but that the IDF is considering selling parts of its armored vehicles to companies that can help develop and market new military equipment.
He said the government is working on a new plan for the transfer.
The ministry of defense did not immediately respond to a request for comment.