Debka is reporting that Iran test fired its new Fajar-5 missile at the end of the current Veleyat 89 exercises. These missiles have a longer range and larger warhead than the previous Fajar missiles. These missiles have been supplied to Hezbollah. But here is the key paragraph.
Wednesday, too, Brig. Gen. Nissim Peretz, head of the IDF Logistics Division, disclosed that Israel’s armed forces had begun dismantling the large logistics bases holding munitions, weapons, fuel and provisions stores and scattering them among smaller and better protected facilities.
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Analysis. Whether we shooters like to admit it or not, it is hard to kill the enemy with no bullets. Logistics has determined the course of more wars than people would like to admit. It wasn’t superior generalship that defeated Rommel in north Africa. It was Allied logistics. The Allies had gasoline and tanks. Rommel was starved for gasoline and tanks.
When you move your beans and bullets around to protect them and limit losses, you are seriously worried that your enemy has the capability to take them from you. Hezbollah now has Fajar-5s and Israel is seriously worried. Another button pushed. And the SCUDS are where?