Date: April 23, 2013, the IDF removed midnight that day (c), 13 air תשע”ג, April 23, 2013, first made a visit in” Flash “on the issue of training for employment of operational units.
The review examined fitness and readiness of forces to carry out the security mission in every boundaries – from the North to the South.
During the inspection teams visited 14 units of IDF controller, which consist of regular and reserve officers, the spatial, commands, the security divisions, regiments and commanding the training base responsible for training troops for the mission.
The audit focused on the employment, operational commands in the open-fire regulations and training programs.
Initial feedback from the audit findings presented this evening by visiting the IDF Brigadier General (Res.) Ilan Harari, Chief Deputy, Maj. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot.
The feedback presented preliminary findings from IDF controller criticism and stressed that IDF controller unit work and sum up in the next several weeks. In the end, audit final report
The Chief of the General staff, General Benjamin (Benny) Gantz and his Deputy. He added that criticism of IDF controller is a strength for the IDF and is successful in various units.
Deputy Chief of staff, Maj. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot, welcomed the review and said that broad, to be embedded and kachia for quality activities, systematic and sustained commitment and the commanders.
IDF controller unit established in December 2011, according to the internal audit law, which States that every public body internal audit commitments will be fulfilled by the internal auditor. The purpose of the visit is to be an IDF body in internal audit according to the required by law, to assist in achieving goals and in his destiny. In the visitor capacity and integrity of the IDF’s actions and
Establishes and publishes the policy, the concept and theory of criticism in the Israeli IDF auditor body maintains and reviews on topics that are the core of the IDF action, the power, the power, budget, resources and values.
Translated from Hebrew