According to the article in Spiegel, the German Air Force will provide Israel with 2 Heron-type unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) used for training German pilots.
In the article, it was stated that Israel asked whether it could use the 2 drones in question in ongoing attacks and the German government gave the green light to this.
It was stated that Israel suspended the training of German pilots due to the conflict situation in the region, and that 16 pilots will return to Germany.
It was emphasized that UAVs can observe and track targets for up to 24 hours with their high-resolution cameras, and if converted into UCAVs, they can destroy vehicles or smaller positions with precision missiles.
The report also claimed that Israel requested medical aid.