תאריך: 17/04/14
מחבר: ענבל ארז

“Fighters are leading commanders” led the Navy missile boats in an effort to enrich the soldiers and commanders to instill in them values and content that improve the capabilities and performances, and leadership training.

The course lasts about two weeks, during which the combatants many content related to three main issues. First, the command and training, during the training on this topic are unique content warriors professionals in both military and civilian training out door training) TRAINING) training and psychological, as well as organizational consultants, experience and activities in the field, including, inter alia, navigation in the Carmel forest.

The second issue is Israeli society. To uncover the top fighters, but still young in age, a number of Israeli society which have the military capability and less exposed parts to fighters, the soldiers among the various levels of society and also different activities experienced routine. For example-the soldiers underwent training and dating with Geddes, the Bedouin battalion and, especially, the Saturday with religious families.

The third theme is introduced with the IDF Navy maintains extensive cooperation with the armed forces, and as a strategic arm of the military, is part of the campaign to overcome. Navy fighters, infantry battalions, guards the borders of the State, and subjected to a different perspective with other properties than those they deal with.

At the end of the course, one of the ships, fighters, light maple logo, for this training: “the course was a success and I’m happy that I took. I feel like I contributed on the command course and returned to the ship to use the tools I learned. ”

The Commander, Maj. Kfir Sage, describes: “the course is a course designed to enhance command the ship and leading human resources as part of other processes that are recorded 3. Everything stems from the realisation that the oldest and leading warriors are the backbone of any ship. The premise is that human capital is our primary resource.

Translated from Navy website

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