חיילת באיסוף קרבי. צילום ארכיון: דובר צה”ל
Girls from the ttzpithnot value in the Gaza Division area work without pause, and so are known as the eyes of the State. ” As a tribute, friends of the Israel Defense Forces in Negev, which are integrity, invited them to a fun day
תאריך: 09/06/2013, 12:14
מחבר: נעם ויטמן, אתר צה”ל
The law says that the ttzpithnit are the eyes of the country are already familiar.
For every soldier, and it appears that slowly seeps into the consciousness of their importance, either the public, Soloman and soldiers. The meaning of work even more clearly when it comes to Gaza, in which each sector are approaching the fence could be laying an explosive device, and its consequences can be critical. But sitting in front of the screen, in high alertness of operation advanced systems and attention to the slightest detail, sometimes can be difficult and tiring. Therefore, make sure to also rest and Division amassing troops for them and ttzpithnit them this month to day, nicknamed “the ..”
“This is already
For the third year in a row that we have this day, born as a result of “woman’s day, told IDF site Eagle battalion, Lieutenant Colonel Benny abo_falh999@Hotmail.com 11111. “The girls who are running 24/7, without stopping and resting, which is minimal and modest way give them pause liability and physical health of the operational readiness, and give them a few hours of
Luxuries. In Gaza, the ttzpithnit engaged tirelessly tracking system fence in the area, and also the activities enable them to attack terrorists after identified as such in the war. To accommodate the many operational successes have been registered, preventing infiltration of terrorists to the Gaza Strip, and ishobi were also on sale for their “pillar”.
The ttzpithnit have various workshops such as empowerment and media. All this pampering donated of the Association Friends of the cluster, which generates the actual buffet during the week where they serve sandwiches and newspapers. Each soldier was given as a gift kit too.
Translated from Hebrew