[Ma Yan, trainee reporter, global network report] according to the “Russia today” website on August 12, the Israeli Defense Ministry confirmed that they had recently conducted a test on the “arrow” anti missile system, which was jointly developed by Israel and the US missile defense organization, and some parts were made by Boeing company. The Israeli government issued a statement on the 12th, confirming that the secret closure of part of its airspace the previous day was to test the “arrow” anti missile system, and an “arrow 2” interceptor successfully intercepted a “sparrow” missile. The “arrow” series missile defense system has been in service in Israel for decades, and “arrow 3” is the latest model. Arrow 2 is a tactical system with a maximum range of 90 km. It was first tested in 1995. Official data show that it can detect targets within 500 kilometers and intercept them at altitudes of 10 to 50 kilometers. The U.S. missile defense organization has also provided a large amount of financial and technical support for the “arrow” series of anti missile systems, and many components of the system are also manufactured by Boeing. Israel has long believed that Iran’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs are a threat to its survival, while Iran has always maintained that its nuclear program is purely for civilian purposes, while ballistic missiles are designed to deter foreign aggression.