Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Tel Nof Air Base on April 11, where he met with officers from the 133rd Squadron responsible for operating and maintaining F-15 aircraft.

During his visit, Netanyahu received updates from the base's deputy commander and the commander of the 133rd Squadron regarding their activities during the war.

In a statement quoted by the Prime Minister's press office, Netanyahu expressed, "We are facing challenging times. Amidst the ongoing conflict in Gaza, we are also tirelessly working to secure the release of hostages and preparing for potential threats from other arenas. Our principle is clear: those who harm us will face consequences. We are committed to ensuring the security of Israel both defensively and offensively. I trust in you, the people of Israel, and I hope for our collective success in achieving great things."