The IDF has published new data on its operations in the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, and Lebanon.

A total of 604 IDF soldiers, reservists and local security officers have been killed and another 3,193 have been wounded since October 7 in the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, and Lebanon. 260 of them have been killed and 1,552 have been wounded during the ground op in Gaza.

During the six months of the war, some 9,100 projectiles have been fired from Gaza into Israeli territory, about 3,100 rockets from Lebanon, and around 35 rockets from Syria.

More than 13,000 Hamas operatives and members of other terror groups have been eliminated in Gaza, including five Hamas brigade commanders.

According to the IDF, some 32,000 targets in Gaza have been struck during the six months of the war. In addition, 3,600 targets were discovered during ground operations. Around 3,250 rocket launchers were destroyed or captured, and some 4,250 terror infrastructures were demolished.

In the north (southern Lebanon and possibly Syria), over 1,400 targets have been attacked from the air, and over 3,300 targets have been attacked by ground forces.

In Lebanon, the IDF says it has killed more than 330 terror operatives, mostly members of the Iran-backed Hezbollah. The number includes 30 Hezbollah commanders, according to the IDF.

The Navy operated actively for over 165,000 hours, and the Air Force for over 185,000 hours.

In Judea and Samaria, over 6,000 operations have been conducted. Some 3,700 Palestinian suspects have been arrested, including about 1,600 affiliated with Hamas. Another 420 gunmen have been killed by troops in the West Bank. 19 homes of Palestinians accused of terrorism have been demolished.

Around 300,000 reservists have been called up (83% male, 17% female).