Any volunteers?

המתנדבים בגבול הצפון, השבוע. צילום: מתן גלין, אתר צה”ל

“Minister” unit, which is responsible for integrating volunteers from Israel and abroad in IDF bases, northern command to help Lebanon border warriors

תאריך: 31/05/2012, 13:29    
מחבר: מתן גלין, אתר צה”ל

“Minister” unit, a volunteer unit of the IDF arrived this week for a base in Shomera, a tour designed headquarters in Thunder of northern command. “Minister”, belonging to the Logistics Division, responsible for integrating volunteers from Israel and overseas logistic activities on IDF bases.

The volunteers, dressed in olive oil, every morning for Lebanon border outposts where they perform engineering work. The volunteers undertake as camouflage and networks deployment condensing levels by sandbags, things that help us to maintain the operational capability and positioned, Omri levy, Deputy Lieutenant in Engineering Officer in charge of the integration of volunteer work. This allows warriors to do their job in the best way. When the volunteers are on the border they understand how their contribution helps. Our relationship with the organization is very important and strengthens their ties to Israel and the IDF.

The group consists of some 15 people, adults and young volunteers, who dedicate their time-all in order to contribute to.  These volunteers don’t hear complaints “volunteered earlier train communicators, and felt that the work isn’t hard enough, then insisted on coming here, says David Samson, 62 from Australia. Five years ago, David sought a way to contribute to the army and to Minister. He currently serves as a Messenger to Minister in Australia and help recruit more volunteers.

Even among volunteers age gap does not interfere with their work.  ג׳יובן Taber, 21, is part of a group that came to Israel for 10 months on behalf of the organization.
Learning in college and gioven took a year off from school to teach English in Petah Tikva. In ״אנחנו, we have respect for who serves him. You might eventually decide to immigrate to Israel, too.

Ali, 67, glad for the work. ״אני feel like you came here to help the army and the State of Israel. There is tremendous satisfaction, we feel like we’re helping soldiers keep. We love to come here, we felt that as long as we can – do it, “he says.

Translated from Hebrew

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