Regarding TALD/ITALD/ATALD/MALD. I personally dont believe the IAF uses exactly the same weapon as the US. So no ADM-141 in IAF service (and therefore not pictures of it). I believe they use the Delilah missile family to carry whatever tech necessary to field a decent decoy.
Its no big secret, the Delilah is much more than just a loitering air launched cruise missile in fact i can be pretty much anything from ARM to ADM if required.
Check out this quote from an impressive article on the history of Delilah on the official iaf website:
Different generations of a weapon often receive different names. For example, the first two generations of Rafael's Shafrir air-to-air missile were known as the Shafrir 1 and 2, whereas the next three generations were known as the Python 3, 4 and 5. However, for Delilah missiles this is not the case. Primarily for security reasons, it was decided that all of the missiles in the Delilah family would have the same name, not even appended with a generation number. However, the Delilah which the Air Force received in the nineties is not the same that it receives today, despite the fact that their external appearance is almost identical. The differences between different models of the Delilah are in fact so fundamental that they can be seen as totally different kinds of missile, despite their shared name. Thus, IMI help the IAF distinguish between the different models by marking the production number. For example, the missiles marked "block 30", "block 40" and so on.
For obvious reasons we cannot go into the details of the differences between the various generations of Delilah missile, but we can say that they were adapted for delivery by different aircraft. Whilst the missile was originally fitted for launch by the Phantom, it has since also been fitted to, amongst others, the Super Phantom, the F-16C/D and the F-16I.
It makes much sense. Delilah looks very similar to the ADM-141C, i wouldnt be surprised if they have pretty much the same internal layout anyway. If the Delilah is adaptable easy enough, there is no reason to field another system.
Also keep in mind, the Israeli defense industry very different than what they have in the US or other western countries. Mot of the big players are state owned companies (IAI, IMI, Rafael) with extremely close ties to the IDF. In fact its probably pretty much impossible to distinguish between the army and some defense company on the ground. The idea that israeli defense firm have technology that the IDF doesnt use in some variation is pretty far fetched in my opinion.
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