About 400 cadets completed their ROTC land consolidation

הרמטכ”ל גנץ, היום. צילום: דובר צה”ל

Starting tomorrow will mature into leadership roles in all combat units of the army. Chief: on shoulders to lead a proper ExampleFor your men on State protection

תאריך: 23/10/2013, 20:42    
מחבר: מערכת אתר צה”ל

Today (Wednesday) held land Union officers course graduation, class 37, officers school at mitzpe Ramon. The ceremony was held in the presence of Chief of general staff, General Benjamin (Benny) Gantz, Commander of GoC army headquarters, Maj. Gen. Guy Tzur, Chief School officers, Colonel AVI Gil and other guests.
 
This ceremony was conducted at the end of a challenging course, professional and, eight months. Cadet graduates were awarded degrees
The Lieutenant’s exam. Chief of general staff revealed the officers ‘ ranks.
Starting tomorrow will mature into leadership roles in all combat units of the army.
Land, depending on the force came – collecting combat, artillery, armor, combat engineering,
Infantry and paratroopers.

The course successfully completed about 400 cadets, 31 girls. Among the 57% finishers
Live in town, 21% live in communal settlement, 18% reside in the seat or in the village and 4% live in the kibbutz. A leading city in the number of officers in the cycle is Jerusalem and Petah Tikva.

“Today, the existence of the State of Israel against Toby construction and four daughters. On your shoulders, and controls the future headquarters of the Israel Defense Forces, the responsibility to lead the proper ExampleFor your men on the protection of the State and its citizens, “said today the Gantz.

The Commander of GoC army headquarters, Maj. Gen. Guy Tzur told the new officers: “today you are joining a broad family, Israel nation who decided that Israeli society is a way of taking responsibility. Many are those who take responsibility, but few are leading them to soldiers on the battlefield, in the face of the enemy. We will present more tests on the battlefield which will take ground forces to decide. “

Translated from Hebrew

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