Excuse my Latin, which I actually studied. Also excuse my total ignorance of air planes, tanks, military strategy, etc. (which I didn't). But I have followed with some trepidation rumors/news of the quid pro quo that Israel and AIPAC are angling for when the Iran Nuclear Agreement goes through the DC washing machine.
Several Yea votes from Democrats have included mention of what the U.S. should give Israel in exchange for being our faithful ally. These include planes to carry bunker busters and the bombs themselves to allow Israel to attack Iran on its own. Whether this will come to pass, we shall see.
In the meantime, this short piece at LobeLog offers several reasons why the Israelis military might not want the planes and bombs, even if Netanyahu does. I'd be curious to know what you military strategists make of the argument.