תאריך: 28/12/14
מחבר: ליאת קציר

Ribbon separation visit, Lieutenant General Benjamin (Benny) Gantz, who will end his duties in the coming months, this week (Sun) at the base. The visit, which was led by Navy commander major general RAM Rothberg and in the presence of all heads of mspanim, the commanders and travel controls, was the Chief’s official breakup after four years in Office is an arm of the sea. The day opened with a missile cruise ship assault model 5, ins Lahav. From the deck of the boat watching the Gala farewell at aist, which included a variety of craft Corps: rocket ships, ins, crocodile fourth Navy submarine as submarine flotilla, the security tool and a naval commando Squadron. During the trip, the Chief congratulated troops for peace and India his arm when the stresses in her the zroeit international shilobies, decisive, participation in land and human value and human capital. In addition, the forces of India and partnered with a naval wing force and period of operational initiative, creativity and boldness.

During the visit, the ship screened, ins Lahav, personal farewell video prepared by naval fighters of Squadron 3. “The peace and relaxation you could send to all army units formed fertile ground to stable,” said the Commander of 3rd Squadron, Colonel Eyal Harel. “Dialogue with all military units, the ability to perform operational or other connections. 3 Squadron name I want to say thank you and success “, wished.

A separate arm of the sea.

After a private conversation with marine warriors cruising missiles and ships look, visiting Chief of staff of the fourth arm of the sea submarine, ins, crocodile spoke to commanders and fighters. After this visit, the Chief of naval commandos in atlit, where he conversed with the Navy. Chief testified:
“Our ability to exploit the scope or work where you need depends quite a bit on the team and personal area networks. It stems from you and your other search activity, “said Chief of general staff, Benjamin (Benny) Gantz.

Translated from Navy website

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