The conduct of Israel’s barb counterclaim programmes has been sacked for a “grave crack of information security”, a counterclaim method has said.
The method gave no serve sum of Yair Ramati’s offence.
However, Israeli media pronounced he had stored personal information on his personal computer.
Yair Ramati had been in a post for 4 years, overseeing projects such as a Iron Dome and Arrow anti-missile interceptor systems.
The counterclaim method praised Mr Ramati for his achievements in a hearing of barb systems.
But it pronounced a inlet of a corruption meant that Mr Ramati’s reign had to be curtailed.
“Relevant authorities” were investigating, it said.