Reserve system: a high satisfaction level of operational qualification

According to a recent discussion on the Deputy Chief of staff Maj. Gen. Yair Naveh and Chief reserve officer, attended by representatives of all arms in the IDF made are high readiness

תאריך: 09/08/2012, 12:30    
מחבר: יעל ליבנת, אתר צה”ל

“The reserve formation there is no satisfaction (emergency warehouse unit-Yun) and operational level of incompetence”-according to a recent hearing of the transport
Deputy Chief of staff Maj. Gen. Yair Naveh, attended by the officer, Brig. Gen. Shuki Ben Anat and representatives from our curatorial wings highlight and arms.

The hearing was held last month, the end of the round’s first annual “reserves” as part of preparations for the Crown (a multi-year plan-l) “Oz”, and Deputy Chief of staff to refine the main conclusions from the analysis of the situation, including
The degree of satisfaction and competency level strike. Therefore, stressed the importance of OASIS champion lineup, saying that “in my vision, the reserve is pillar qualification into war, and therefore there is a need to invest resources in chshirotho. As mentioned above, the issues presented in the analysis provided targeted solutions, including raising the standard Division (operational employment-) & cohesion.

Meanwhile, one of the lessons of the second Lebanon war would remember who lack and operational readiness of reserves. Marking six years into the war, said the officer.
The main IDF “always knew how to analyze what was happening, to question deeply and draw the necessary conclusions, and after the war entered into broad-ranging operational change in terms of quality, training, tmailam, through operational activities, subject to significant logistic transformation (cascade rivers” project “that will end this year).

“The law”, in part, reduce the amount of usable reserve, so that nowadays the focus is on operational domain. It took the law a burden by cutting a number of marine reserves, according to the IDF never enough withered to fill several days allowing him.

Translated from Hebrew