מחבר: תבל דמרי
The Naval Academy cadets, 133 facing the entrance to the Academy, awarded last week Chief staples in an emotional ceremony at the training base. The PIN, worn on the lapel collar, corresponds to the mask from the ceremony was carried out before the cadets and commanders, when three of them received excellent and one trend was also outstanding. In addition, cadets also the anchor partnership to integrate academia accessed after one year in the class captains. “Israeli naval long intensive course is requiring more than once mightier and coping with challenges,” said Chief ceremony the school captains and officers, Lieutenant Colonel Amir Gutman. “The stars, finished the year Naval Academy. This period poses significant challenges for each deal. The values with which the officers of the House, along with the values on which is based the school, our certificate of insurance arm against any threat and challenge. ”
During the ceremony, the Commander thanked the school for families, the encouragement and support given to cadets throughout the course. He said he knows that behind every Cadet is a whole family of proud boy particularly festive day. Naval is a complex, challenging courses and quality. the length is two and a half years and is divided into three trends: a machine, electronics and boating. From the following courses join joined another trend, the submarines, which is now in development and preparation. The course is divided into five stages: ימ”פ (maritime command), basic, advanced, and dedicated Academy.
At the ceremony, which took place after Yom Hashoah and Yom hazikaron, Israel Gutman, said Lieutenant Colonel “duty to remember our nation’s heritage that we must pose a significant military force against etgrino”. He added, “the Commander mask represents generations of army officers who were required to make decisions and complex constructs when fate of people at stake. The PIN, which is on the left, is situated between the head and the worn to play sensitively with right judgment, reasonable and clear.
Translated from Navy website