The bill proposes shared satellite intelligence, aerial refueling tankers, specialized munitions and surplus drawdown gear from Iraq.
A Senate aide said the bill has already amassed nearly 50 co-sponsors and is expected to pass "by a lopsided margin or even unanimous vote" once it reaches the Senate floor, the Defense News weekly reported.
"There should not be one scintilla of light between the positions of Republicans and Democrats on the issue of the security of Israel," said Sen. Johnny Isakson.
TVNL Comment: Why? Why is Israel so important to the US? What is in it for us? Nothing...nothing but trouble.