תאריך: 10/06/14
מחבר: זיו שמע

At the Naval Academy cadets doing Bachelor. Last year the trade from BA to BA in political science. The title is an integral part of the captain’s training is to educate and raise educated leaders and officers who specialize in by sea but also a way of life. Between undergraduate studies, undergo Cadet heritage classes and learn the command values through war stories in the Navy and army.

“In two, two-thirty
Entered through the back
The field of fire and mines.
Of ammunition Hill.

Against fortified bunkers.
And mortar 120
A hundred and some guys
On ammunition Hill.
(Words: Yoram taharlev)

Captains at ammunition Hill

As part of the training of cadets Naval Academy stage, the cadets ‘ battle heritage day follows the warriors. Cadets saw bright lights along the route by the Commander, major stage Uzi and featured trends in controls and the senior staff of the school.

Commanding officers and school captains, Lieutenant Colonel Yuval eylon, tells of the Special Initiative: “within the timeline entries and naval operational decided to deal also allowed among the teaching dilemmas and pikodies’s warrior chief.

The cadets learn about the battle of 55 paratroopers brigade in reserve at ammunition Hill, which was later to Jerusalem following the six day war “. Moore was a task of extended learning on the subject of Jerusalem prior to the arrival of ‘ Jerusalem Day ‘.

Captains at ammunition Hill

“Cadets learn about the military and political situation that led to battles in Jerusalem and on the decisions of the commanders” Colonel Yuval eylon, they get back the battle of ammunition Hill Division to the wall. From six in the evening until three in the morning the cadets go in orbit who went where the warriors at the time.

The Commander integrate academia teaching the subject of Moore and led him, which demonstrate a different way for cadets to pass information and values. “Sea Wing Commander also can teach a heritage land arm and move it to his underlings and through it to learn the values of the IDF,” explains Lt. Col. Yuval eylon, “you can learn a lot from the story about the battle for the attention of leadership and soldiers under fire. This is something that is relevant to any officer in the IDF.

Translated from Navy website

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