Haifa District was inaugurated the HFC’s: “the Carmel fire proved necessary.”

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The HFC celebrated the opening of the sixth district in Israel – Haifa. The District Commander, Col. Yitzhak Eitan, “Commissioner in the Centre the emergency preparedness

תאריך: 11/09/2011, 18:04    
מחבר: אופיר הגלילי, אתר צה”ל

The HFC inaugurated today (Sunday) the sixth district in Israel, Haifa District. The County was relegated in the presence of the home front command Commander Gen. Eyal eizenberg, Commander
North Col. Anwar Saeb and Haifa District Commander, Col. Yitzhak Eitan.

“We’re moving north, where residents receive better service from the home front command, open פקע”ר, Commander General Eyal Eisenberg, “Ethan, who accompanied me as happy South in operation cast lead, to take the region and prepare it for future challenges ahead.”  The home front command Chief noted that the permanent base of the province will be built by the end of 2012.

Haifa District was first established in 1971, but in the summer of 2006 United with North.
“The State realized the rear is the secondary arena for any occasion and since the second Lebanon war, we realized that we must place the activity center for emergency preparedness,” the IDF site report, Col. Yitzhak Eitan. “Five years back and this lesson or underpins North or founders of the Haifa District. Finally made the Carmel fire, beyond a doubt, that in the County.

“The comparative advantage of the HFC is the only body that prepares emergency authorities,” he added, saying the incoming marrow, saying that Haifa District will help considerably to the HFC’s activities in the North. “Giving the county authorities, one 120 trying to be effective to make everyone in a way that provides. Authorities were affected by this and now the new Division would allow County North to prepare for a more optimal authorities left him, “explains Col. Eitan.

Col. Eitan said that already next week of preparations will exercise, exercise Haifa District swung first.

Translated from Hebrew

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