Israeli Navy published anti-ship missile IAI Gabriel V video

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The Israeli Navy published a video of the final stage of testing the new Israeli anti-ship missile IAI Gabriel V. The missile was launched at a surface target from a Saar 5 corvette.

Gabriel 5 is designed to penetrate modern target’s defenses, both soft- and hard-kill countermeasures. It was designed with sophisticated electronic counter-countermeasures (ECCM) dealing with chaff, advanced decoys, and active ECM. Gabriel 5 and Barak 8 both developed by IAI, were developed by IAI’s Missile, Systems, and Space Group as part of a combined, offensive, and defensive naval system for the Israeli navy and for export.

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