תאריך: 05/07/2007, 00:00
In a ceremony today, 5 July 2007, 19 Tamuz 5767, Chief of the General staff,
General Gabi Ashkenazi, Brig. Gen. Noam Tibbon Commander of Judea and Samaria Division.
Brig. Gen. Noam Tibbon replaces his Commodore Yair Golan.
CV-Brig. Gen. Noam Tibbon
Brig. Gen. Noam Tibbon was born in 1963 in Kibbutz tzora.
In 1981 joined the Sayeret Matkal and served it as a fighter and company commander.
1991-1989 was Deputy Commander of the paratrooper battalion 890.
In 1993-1995, he served as battalion commander 202 of the paratroopers brigade.
In 1995 he was appointed Deputy Commander of the paratroopers brigade.
In 1997-1998 was the Commander of the Etzion Brigade.
In 1999-2000 Division Commander.
In 2002-2004, he served as Commander of the Division.
In 2004-2006 he served as head of the personnel Division GoC army headquarters.
In 2007, he served as an infantry officer and main parachute.
Brig. Gen. Noam Tibbon BA magna cum laude in history at Haifa University and master’s degree in public administration at Harvard University under Wexner Foundation.
Noam Tibbon studied at military college and command and military studies magna cum laude
At the bottom of the command Marines in Quantico, Virginia.
Brig. Gen. Noam Tibbon lives in Tel Aviv, married, father of Amir and URI.
Curriculum vitae Brigadier General Yair Golan.
Brigadier General Yair Golan was drafted in 1980 and began his service in the paratroopers brigade which served as a platoon commander, ה’עורב company, Deputy Battalion Commander, אג”ם officer and battalion 890.
In 1993 he commanded a regiment at the officers.
In 1994, he served as the officer bound agenda.
In 1995 went to military and defense studies in the United States.
In 1996 and 1997 commanded Eastern Conference link unit to Lebanon.
In 1998-2000, he served as head of operations at the General staff.
In 2000-2002 commanded the Brigade.
In 2002 came to study public administration in the United States.
2003-2005 commanded 91st Division.
In 2005 was appointed commander of Judea and Samaria Division.
Brig. Gen. Yair Golan is a graduate of command and holds an undergraduate degree in political science from Tel Aviv University and an MA in public administration from Harvard University.
Brigadier-General Golan is married to Ruth and father of five.
Translated from Hebrew