Standoff artillery, laser-guided bombs, precision tank rounds and a host of other weapons initially developed for the Israeli military are proliferating on the global market as demand grows for operationally proven precision strike capabilities.

Israeli industry executives cite an expanding roster of international customers and strategic partners seeking accurate, lethal and low-cost tools for combating urban insurgents and so-called disappearing targets with minimal damage to uninvolved civilians.

Rafael’s Tammuz, a standoff missile used to target rocket-launching squads and renegade cross-border fire from Syria, and Elbit Systems’ Lizard laser-guided bombs, used in Israel Air Force strikes on Gaza weapons warehouses, are just two of the many locally developed systems deployed by militaries on nearly every continent.