The Israeli military will simulate striking targets far from Israels borders with a large number of planes while simultaneously acquiring new targets on various fronts in real-time during its largest military drill in history. It will also simulate a future Israeli strike against Iran and its nuclear facilities.
According to the IDF, the drill is unique and unprecedented in scope and will enable the army to maintain a high level of readiness in an ever-changing region. It aims to improve the militarys capabilities in an intense, multi-front and prolonged war on all its borders.
During the drill, the Air Force will also drill on striking targets far from Israels borders while troops continue to contend with a multi-front war on its borders.
The IDF also had invade Lebanon drills but they have not invaded Lebanon since the disaster of 2006. It would take the Israeli Air Force 45 minutes to reach Iran, longer if they have to carry heavy weapons and need to refuel immediately after take off so they can make a round trip. The targets are known to the Iranians so they know where to set up defenses. They can warn US ships in the area and US bases in Bahrain, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia to stand down of face extermination.