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Operation Good Neighbor

The war in Syria was sparked in March 2011 and quickly spiraled into a humanitarian crisis. In February of 2013, the first wounded Syrian came to the border asking for help and was then treated by the IDF.

By |January 29th, 2019|Home Page|0 Comments

IDF Campus in the Negev

In 2012 it was decided to move IDF training bases to the south, with the help of our special members. The mission was completed in 2017 and seven new bases of the various brigades began to train their soldiers in them.  

By |December 22nd, 2017|Home Page|0 Comments

Inside the IDF: October 2017

Let's look at some of the things that happened in the IDF in October 2017. The completion of the officers' course by about 410 combat officers, a new cutting edge technology, new Medical Simulation, Basic volunteer training, four rockets were fired at Israel, "operation good neighbor", And many other events  

By |November 18th, 2017|Home Page|0 Comments

Col. David (Mickey) Marcus

The tall colonel with blue eyes wearing an American coat felt his way across the base covered in darkness. Suddenly a voice was heard in the darkness: “Who is that?” It asked in Hebrew. “Stop and give the password”. The colonel wracked his head and tried to remember. “It’s me, Marcus” he stammered with a [...]

By |June 7th, 2015|Battle Heritage|0 Comments
  • Ari Weiss. Photo by Estee Kreisman

Michael Levin z”l

Beyond the physical and mental strain of military service, lone soldiers in the IDF face further difficulties in their everyday lives. Regular soldiers travel home for a weekend away from base knowing that their loving mothers are waiting with their favorite foods and a warm embrace, ready to wash their clothes and run their errands.  [...]

By |June 7th, 2015|Battle Heritage|0 Comments

Intifada – Ari Yehoshua Weiss, z”l

Ari Yehoshua Weiss moved to Israel with his family from Dallas, Texas in 1992 when he was 12 years old. He attended the Noam Yeshiva High School in Pardes Hanna, where he earned a positive reputation for being a nice boy who enjoyed studying. The Weiss family quickly became a prominent one in their English [...]

By |June 7th, 2015|Battle Heritage|0 Comments

IDF Units

Regional Commands:     Central Command     Home Front Command     Northern Command     Southern Command Arms:     Ground Arm         Infantry and Paratrooper Corps             Golani Brigade             Givati Brigade             Paratroopers’ Brigade             Kfir Brigade             Nahal Brigade         Armored Corps         Engineering Corps         Artillery Corps         Field Intelligence Corps     Air and Space Arm         Israeli Air Force     Sea Arm         Israeli Naval Corps Other Bodies:     Military Academies:         Tactical Command [...]

By |June 7th, 2015|Go IDF|0 Comments

Tzav Rishon

What to expect from the enlistment interview The Tzav Rishon is a soldier’s first order. The tzav arrives in the mail, with the address of the recruitment center at which the enlistee must present himself by/on a certain date. The Tzav Rishon process is a series of interviews and tests that help the IDF decide [...]

By |June 7th, 2015|Recruitment|0 Comments

How to Prepare for IDF Service

Following the Tzav Rishon, each enlistee receives a “Tzav Giyus” in the mail, detailing the exact date, time he is to report for his induction, and address of the base where he will begin his army service. What to pack: Clothing 1 pair of sweatpants, 1 pair of shorts) 10 pairs of underwear 10 white [...]

By |June 7th, 2015|Recruitment|0 Comments

Bakum

What to expect the first day of enlistment and processing On the date written in the Tzav Giyus, enlistees from all over the country report to various locations and are taken by bus to the “Bakum”, which stands for Basees Klita u'Miyun (meaning- Absorption and Screening Base), located in the Tel Hashomer IDF Base. This [...]

By |June 7th, 2015|Recruitment|0 Comments