The Six Day War
By: Logan Heil
Battle Lines or Fronts
The Achievement of Air supremacy
Battle of the Sania
Reason Two: The Israeli Army was great at adapting to the environment. They purchased several American M-4 Sherman Tanks but instead of using the base model, they made the gun bigger and the treads better for the desert terrain, therefore, they had the upper hand in battle.
Reason Three: After using the first two reasons to their advantage, they had the Egyptian army in a full withdraw. However, during this withdraw, they unleashed a powerful weapon. Napalm. When napalm explodes, it creates clusters and burns very well. In a test between a gas explosion and a napalm explosion, the gas fire goes our fairly quickly much unlike the napalm, which was still burning fairly well after thirty seconds! Therefore, when they dropped napalm bombs on the retreating tanks and trucks, the people inside burned to death when the napalm turned the vehicle turned into a moving "oven". This was how the Israeli Military beat the Egyptians once and for all and now could turn their attention to the Golan Heights.
The Battle for the Golan Heights
Eli Cohen or Agent 088
The Israeli M4 Sherman
They made the treads wider and the gun longer, as you can see, the gun looks a little long for the tank itself.
A Syrian Bunker In the Golan Heights
Note: The trees in the background just as it said in the Battle for the Golan Heights.