צילום: דובר צה”ל
For the first time in a decade, gave the prize the Gantz technology ten officers of the IDF arms that led advanced technology and innovative activity
With the army.
תאריך: 17/10/2012, 22:58
מחבר: דנה פטרוב, אתר צה”ל
Array signal technology awarded yesterday (Tuesday) to 12 outstanding officers of the IDF for an activity. The ceremony, which was awarded for the first time in a decade, in the presence of Chief Benny Gantz, and FA, ret. Brig. Gen. Ali they. The prize was awarded to 10 officers of all arms in the IDF: two of the medal winners are serving in the IAF, ICT, one wing in the technology and logistics force, Navy one and two in the Intelligence Division when one of them is an officer and two civilian work. in addition to the ten award winners, two other officers in a commendation Ribbon.
“Israel Defense Forces is currently at the forefront of technology and can aspired beyond,” said Chief in his speech at the ceremony, Ganz “where arms and development race is slowing for a moment, rife with challenges strategic environment that requires us to best estimates for possible scenarios, there is a critical need in the IDF technological superiority.”
In addition, expressed his appreciation to the winners of the fresh array technology. “Anywhere in it requires making originality and innovation, the technology transfer help
To reinforce our strengths and our unique ‘ conservation, said.
Among the hundreds you can find major Dr. Benny Milgrom, who won hundreds of activities in electro-optics in the Navy. Major Milgrom was responsible for developing tyre fighters, allowing them to see without being exposed, and thus helps in identifying targets in a larger scope and improving the range. In addition, the letter also Lieutenant Colonel Ofer levy on activity in the investigation of accidents in the air force and destruction.
Amir Ma, who received an award for his contribution to the development of projects in the field of data protection.
The winners are selected by a Committee from the PA, led by Uzi eilam, a former head of the FA.
Translated from Hebrew