Mezek

"1948. The state of Israel is still in its barest infancy, at risk of being crushed any moment under its enemies' fierce attacks.  It can count only on the courage of its soldiers, who are few in number and poorly equipped. As in all modern conflicts, an army is useless unless it can fly.  The planes owned by the Israeli military, the Tsahal, are made up of parts stripped from planes from the Second World War; their pilots are often foreign mercenaries. It's a war without hope, fought by exhausted soldiers and surrounded on all sides by crushing, hostile powers.  A war where only true heroes could possibly make a difference..."

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