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Name in Hebrew Description Picture Basic vehicle
דוד The Israeli firm MDT developed a replacement for the armoured AIL Sufa on the basis of the Land Rover Defender 110. The prototypes/ trail vehicles had the standard length body. The body has brackets for antennae. A spare wheel is carried inside the vehicle. The roof was fitted with a search light. Small arms can be fired from within the vehicle.
Ce hummer a été complètement modifié par l'IDF, mis à part la motorisation et le bas de caisse, la partie cabine a été remplacé par une autre entièrement blindée, les roues ont également été changé et l'intérieur a subis également des modifications importantes.
  Defender 110
דוד Production was transferred to the United States factory of MDT Armor in Alabama. The production vehicles were also based on the 110 wheel base, but the body was shortened somewhat. Despite the shortening of the body, the rear bumper remained in place, and as a result a broad foot board arose. All armored windows of the David are protected by metal mesh. A spare wheel is carried on the right side of the body, just behind the right door. The body’s sides are fitted with antennae brackets. Two roof racks are fitted over the roof, the front  rack is fitted with various rotating beacons. The rear frame can sometimes be seen with the EJAB jammer (see elsewhere). This vehicle is in use with the Zahal (Israeli Defense Forces), the Magav (Border Police) and at least one is or was in private use in Israel. Defender 110
דיפנדר Probably due to the fact that the Hamerim (HMMWV’s in Israeli service) were too wide to be airlifted inside the Sikorsky CH-53 Yasur helicopters, the Land Rover Defender 110 was introduced into Israeli service as a platform for airborne units. This version seems to be a reconnaissance vehicle. The windows along with all windows and framing, has been deleted. Instead two roll bars were fitted, one at the rear, the other one behind the front seats. This vehicle has no doors to the sides, and even the door sills have been removed. The vehicle is mostly seen with a lot of personal gear. The tailgate seems to be fixed at a 45° angle. These vehicles are all camouflaged with patches of light green, light brown and light grey. Defender 110
דיפנדר Of the previously discussed reconnaissance version, an Anti Tank Guided Missile version was also developed. Here too, the roof was replaced with roll bars, although the front roll bar has been moved forward to where the windshield was once situated. As can be seen in this picture, both rol bars can be folded down, in order not to interfere with the missile launcher. The Missile launcher seems to be the BGM-71 TOW, called Orev in Israeli service. Defender 110
דיפנדר This is the third known version of the ‘reconnaissance Defender’ and by the looks of it, it is probably a communications/ command platform. It is fitted with a wide range of radios. Defender 110
דיפנדר This vehicle is a bit of a mystery.as this is the only known picture to date. At first glance it looks like an Australian Perentie vehicle of the Special Air Service. This is NOT the case however.  The vehicle has 6 wheels/ three axles. Only the front seats are protected by a roll cage, which is rather high. The vehicle is fitted with doors for the driver and co- driver. Defender 110
דיפנדר This vehicle seems to be a standard four doors 110, but might well be armoured. MDT, the producer of the David, also produces an armored version of the standard 110Utility This vehicle seems , which was allegedly used with special under cover forces. This vehicle is equipped with a foldable frames with mesh wiring, for the windshield. Defender 110
דיפנדר Patrol, fitted with a roof frame with rotating beacons and fixed search lights to the side of the vehicle to enable detection of footprints or other tracks in the sand. To the left rear, some kind of sensor can be fitted. Vehicle is in use with the Zahal and the Magav. It is also fitted with a front mounted winch. Defender 110
דיפנדר This vehicle is fitted with a device at its left rear, which looks like a giant funnel. It in fact holds a telescopic mast, which is fitted with what looks like an Infra Red camera, mounted in a ball mount. The vehicle is in use with both the Zahal and Magav Defender 110
דיפנדר This vehicle is recorded as an observation vehicle. It has a roof rack along the full length and width of the roof, with a railing along its sides. In addition to the rotating beacons, a large metal box is fitted to the rack. This probably holds electronics and/ or optronics. Defender 110
דיפנדר This version of the Defender is solely used as a vehicle for driver training courses. Some of the vehicles are white; others are a dark bronze green. The vehicle depicted is covered by a layer of fine dust. All vehicles are fitted with a standard commercial roll cage. The vehicles are fitted with an adapter for a spare wheel on the hood, as well as brackets to store tools, while at the rear, to the right of the door is a holder for a jerry can. The basic vehicle is the two doors 110 with a smaller window behind it. Some vehicles are seen fitted with a front mounted winch. Defender 110
דיפנדר  A standard Land Rover Defender 110 fitted out for police duties in the occupied territories. The wind shield can be protected by foldable frames with mesh wiring. The head lights and grill are permanently protected by mesh wire. The vehicle is fitted with a megaphone and rotating beacons. The basic vehicle is the two doors 110.  Defender 110
דיפנדר A standard Land Rover Defender 90 (short wheel base) fitted out for police duties in the occupied territories. The windshield can be protected by foldable frames with mesh wiring. The vehicle is fitted with rotating beacons. Defender 90
דיפנדר This vehicle is the standard production Land Rover Defender 130 Pick Up truck with a double cab and tilt over the trunk. It is probably used within the Zahal as a utility truck. Defender 130
דיפנדר This vehicle is the standard production Land Rover Defender 110 Pick Up truck, although this is the only known picture until now f this version in Israeli service. The vehicle has a standard issue roll cage. It is probably used within the Zahal as a utility truck. Defender 110
דיפנדר Spéciale version portant le systeme "Crieur" qui est destiné a la dispersion de foule par le hurlement d'un son spéciale qui agresse les oreils. Crieur

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Mounted electronic equipment seen on Land Rover Defender variants

EJAB Radio jammer designed to remotely activate Incendiary Explosive Devices. Can be identified as an antenna with multiple rods. Examples are Hamer Memugan, David ULAV (Shown), Nag’ma sh Vayzata, Nagmachon, Nakpadon. EJAB stands for Electronic Jammer Against Bombs. Elisra
This seems to be an Infra Red camera, mounted in a ball mount, fitted onto a telescopic mast. When not in use, it is stored inside a container that looks like a giant funnel. It in fact holds a telescopic mast, which The vehicle is in use with both the Zahal and Magav

 

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