From JTA, March 4:
Israeli troops wearing video screens
Israeli troops have been outfitted with tiny video screens on their wrists.
The screens display video shot by unmanned airplanes, helping troops identify and strike targets. The technology has been used for about a year, but was kept secret until the company that developed it, Elisra Group’s Tadiran Electronic Systems and Tadiran Spectralink companies, spoke to reporters about it this week.
The videos are said to be used for “targeted killings” of Palestinian terrorist leaders. Israel said last month it would halt such killings, but is reconsidering the decision in the wake of last week’s suicide bombing in Tel Aviv.