First officer graduating ROTC military Rabbinate’s burial.

סגן שוויצר בשבוע שעבר. צילום: טל מנור, דובר צה”ל

Deputy Milan hotshot is the first woman authorized to feel.
The revch: “it’s our job to take care of a very respectable professional result casualties fighting hardest and spaces. Wish we just hand exercises “

תאריך: 21/01/2013, 13:31    
מחבר: נעם ויטמן, אתר צה”ל

ROTC burial ceremony took place last week (Thursday) in his Office of Chief Military Rabbi, Brig. Gen. Rafi Peretz. It was the first time finishing the woman become the first burial officer.

“We ourselves, we sued the Corps installed a system to engage during combat, if necessary, and I hope never will be necessary, in all this hard-fighting and casualties, so that we can do it in a very professional, accurate and respect”
Said the Chief Military Rabbi. “We insist that whoever comes to us comes with the capabilities to do things fully, with respect and esteem due to existential mission, said.

The service recorded a combination of an officer to the value-burial neora Schweitzer, who was in the service of regular warfare. “the entire Commission Conference and realized there’s a shortage of people on duty, and required him” too, explained Lieutenant Schweitzer to the IDF website, I have mixed feelings, because it is not an easy job, but obviously someone has to do it, and I wanted to help. “

The General revch in his speech Deputy Bay Schweitzer said that “routine to get officers in years and the first woman. The pioneer in reporting, understanding of and willingness to stand up to him. “

The importance of the role of woman sharpened following the increase in the number of women in combat and therefore needs a woman who will be responsible for handling hallot. “There are also fighters and the military doesn’t necessarily sent to pilot and attack Squadron, then we may find ourselves in situations from the honor of Israel and theory spaces charity, that would be the place to take care of them,” added the Chief Military Rabbi. “I am very happy that you are correct.
It, but hope you will never need at outside exercises. “

Translated from Hebrew