מחבר: תבל דמרי וברית אלמוג
Many positions which had not previously been open to women service, serve as a girls ‘ day sea wing breakthrough. At sea or ashore, craft, stationed at depths and heights can be seen today in girls: hoblot arm, controlling officers and others, along with more specific roles. To mark international women’s day, we’ve compiled three unique arm girls roles:
Director leads (“a skipper”)
Director leads (“a skipper”) ordered the tugboat-type vessels, a utility which function is to assist in maneuvering the craft. Today the maids are entirely skippered by women ‘ sea wing unity, which deposits on soldiers serving in the vessel and on operations to more than 50 different missions. In the past it served as boys, but a few years ago began to serve girls like marine tugs. “I didn’t know the part before”, says “a skipper ‘ in Haifa, Sergeant Sharon kriidlman. “At first, I thought it was a man’s job, but after I took a seminar dedicated it, realized it was the route for me. This role includes teamwork, in a family atmosphere.
Sergeant Sharon kriidlman
She said her role varies from day to day, as there is no fixed agenda and no similar to its predecessor. There are large exposure to the כ’סקיפרית service for Sgt. kriidlman of, and also by the desire to serve in this capacity increases. “I really recommend to serve in that role,” said. “To soldiers who are doing the job so, makes the challenging and satisfying. The fighters in Anchorage estimate us, hugging and supportive family “.
The pramdiciut servants side even the IDF naval missile boats also serve pramdikith, medical force in the only operational role in Navy missile boats are open to non-soldier the first mate. This position is opened to women not long ago, and so far served two women only. “I sail and the paramedics in the procedure,” explained corporal Abbas bin pramdikith, a Navy missile cruisers. “I’m going out to sea for operations and cruises. I ship most senior authority medically, and paramedics who are warriors who help me. At first I was worried, I didn’t know where I was going, but now I’m glad it’s my job. ”
The pramdikith service in the Navy 3 is not easy and is very different from that of paramedics in various places, like every warrior on the sets on the high seas, the paramedics are detached from the beach for days and even weeks, often on short notice. “It’s a bit strange to be an only child, but I used”, said cpl. Ben straight. “I volunteer at the fire for six years, and there was only one, so I used to be with boys. Most pramdiciut role are combat units, so I knew I deal mostly in white.
The service sets full of challenges and tasks, the senior medical authority in boat cannot cut corners. “3 Squadron daily is most operational unit in the IDF, and thus taking part in many promotions, cpl. Ben went straight. “Because it’s saving lives, you can’t do yourself, but discounts are very satisfying and enjoyable. I know I need his/her Kupat authority to turn to. ”
Another role in the open, including grease, dirt and at a height of tens of meters above the ground times (or sea), Optronics technician. “I get on masts, examines and maintains the cameras on the vessel if a camera breaks down, I’m replacing it. A very physical job, “said corporal Lior bloom, Optronics technician at the base. “I want to work to make things move. The physical aspect is not threatening me, on the contrary, it adds. All day long I deal with mbergim or grease. When you don’t know you’re scared, professionals, it is daunting, but with time gaining knowledge and experience, and enjoy.
Private Lior bloom.
Optronics technician responsible for repair and maintenance of the equipment and of the Corps. Whether the cameras, night vision or viewpoint of a random, control of all work smoothly, because the security risk its failure within days. “In the Optronics serving boys and girls together and perform the same tasks. There is no difference between us, “said corporal bloom. “At first, people around me were surprised to hear that we exceed masts and formwork without fear, but after a few times, practiced,” she laughs.
Translated from Navy website