According to the source, a US Air Force officer participated as an observer in the drill, which was held two weeks ago.
The drill involved dozens of jets and included several scenarios, among them mid-air refueling, long-range strikes and responses to anti-aircraft missiles.
The Tel Aviv Government has repeatedly shown its rejection to the nuclear talks in Vienna, capital of Austria, and stated that it reserves the right to unilaterally attack the Iranian nation.
In this regard, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett assured on Tuesday that “the campaign to weaken Iran” would be waged on a number of fronts.
Tehran’s authorities assure that their program has peaceful purposes with the aim of generating electric energy, and warned that they will respond if they are attacked.
The IAF bombed an Iraqi nuclear reactor in 1981, an action that caused harsh criticism from the international community and the approval of two UN Security Council resolutions that condemned the incursion.