Talk:Battle of the Sinai (1973)

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Israeli TOW anti-tank missiles[edit]

Israel got the first TOW anti-tank missiles in Operation Nickel Grass, that started on October 14th (which was the day of the battle of Sinai). Even then, untill the end of the war the israeli army fired (on the very last days of the war) several dozens of missiles and non of them was on target (since the crews did not know how to use it right). only after the war when there were exchanges of fire between the two armies the tow crew started to use it effectively.Tushyk (talk) 16:39, 22 October 2010 (UTC)

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