Israel is playable as a stand-alone nation, bringing a wide array of weapons and vehicles that make Tzahal able to stand against any of the most-played decks. In addition to the legendary Merkava tank family, one of many of Israel’s indigenous designs, the army also features heavily modified import units. These include British Centurion, American M60s, French Mirages III & V, as well as Soviet T-55 and PT-76 - salvaged from previous wars.
State-of-the-art weaponry connoisseurs will enjoy the Makmat, a huge self-propelled heavy 160mm mortar mounted on a World War 2 Sherman tank; the monstrous Multiple Launch Rocket System MAR-290 is on Centurion chassis; or the Sholef, proudly mounting a Finnish gun on a heavily armored Merkava chassis.
Truly versatile, Tzahal leans on its complete infantry roster and effective anti-tank guided missile designs to scout and deal damage from long range. They are able to strike with extreme precision, thanks to the Spike, MAPATS and LAHAT units as well as the renowned Nimrod missile. Tzahal also makes use of aircrafts, such as the Lahatut and Tzefa helicopters, to support their ground assaults.
Wargame: Red Dragon
's Nation Pack: Israel DLC is now out and available