The Jerusalem Post noted that several Israeli F-35s and six US F-15s participated in the drill at the Nevatim base in the south of the country.
Without giving many details on the maneuvers, an Israeli lieutenant colonel and a captain informed that the Air Force is ready to attack any place that the high command decides, the newspaper quoted.
Late in November last year, planes from both countries carried out a large-scale exercise that simulated a raid on Iran’s nuclear facilities.
The news coincides with the increase in the warmongering rhetoric of the Tel Aviv authorities against Tehran.
The Iranian authorities have repeatedly assured that their program has peaceful purposes and aims at generating electricity, and warned that they will respond if they are attacked.
Israel bombed an Iraqi nuclear reactor in 1981, sparking harsh criticism from the international community and the approval of two UN Security Council resolutions that condemned the action.