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  1. M.K. 22 satirically deals with Israel Defense Forces manners and culture, and with general issues of Israeli society and current events in Israel. It is situated in the fictional top-secret logistics military base M.K. 22, in the south of Israel, storing the country's so-called nuclear missiles.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Kh-22Kh-22 - Wikipedia

    Kh-22. The Kh-22 "Storm" ( Russian: Х-22 "Буря", NATO reporting name AS-4 'Kitchen') is a large, long-range anti-ship missile developed by MKB Raduga in the Soviet Union. It was designed for use against aircraft carriers and carrier battle groups, with either a conventional or nuclear warhead.

  3. 20. März 2004 · Runtime 25m. Total Runtime 4h 10m (10 episodes) Country Israel. Languages Hebrew. Genres Animation, Comedy. M.K. 22 is an Israeli animated sitcom, revolving around the adventures of soldiers in a fictional IDF military base hosting the so-called "Israeli doomsday weapon".

  4. M.K. 22: Mit Menashe Noy, Daniel Syrkin, Albert Iluz, Adib Jahschan The bizarre adventures of "jobniks", office workers, serving their mandatory Israeli Defence Forces' service in a desert nuclear base.

  5. 21. März 2004 · Overview. M.K. 22 is an Israeli animated sitcom, revolving around the adventures of soldiers in a fictional IDF military base hosting the so-called "Israeli doomsday weapon". The show was created for the cable channel Bip and debuted in March 2004, becoming the first prime time animated series in Israeli television, and was later ...

  6. 2004. The base is about to be inspected by the head of Logistics Command. SFC Gabriel Shukrun orders his incompetent privates Hanukah and Shulman to quickly replenish base stocks, in order to pass the inspection. There's only one problem - one of the missing items is a nuclear warhead!

  7. M.K. 22 is an Israeli animated sitcom, revolving around the adventures of soldiers in a fictional IDF military base hosting the so-called "Israeli doomsday weapon". The show was created for the cable channel Bip and debuted in March 2004, becoming the first prime time animated series in Israeli television, and was later rebroadcast partly ...