The F-16 pilot is blamed for being shot down during an attack on Syria

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by Ifi Reporter Category:Government Feb 24, 2018

The investigation of the downing of the Israeli plane by a Syrian missile shows that the pilot was wrong and did not act as required. The pilot's actions were not in the order of priorities that had to be taken when he was shot down. The pilot had to operate defense systems that were apparently preventing the missile from being hit, but he chose to continue the attack and was injured. As a result of the injury, the pilot activated the exhaust seats. He was badly injured and the navigator was lightly injured.

The pilot was seriously injured while he was ejected from his F-16 plane  which was hit by a Syrian missile during an Israeli attack on Iranian targets deep inside Syria. He was treated at Rambam Hospital in Haifa and is in stable condition. Another pilot was lightly injured and is being treated at the hospital.

Air Force fighter jets attacked in response to a large-scale attack against the Syrian air defense system and Iranian targets in Syria. Twelve targets were attacked - including Syrian air defense batteries and targets associated with Iran - and are part of Iran's establishment in Syria. The attack was accompanied by anti-aircraft fire, which triggered the alarms heard in large parts of the north this morning after an Iranian unmanned aircraft penetrated into Israel's territory, and an Israeli helicopter dropped the Iranian aircraft.
 

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