The judge advocate general, Brig. Gen. Danny Efroni, promoted to the rank of major general

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Gantz said the Army Commander Lark because “at present where the legal aspect
Weight matters and on the battlefield. The past year was rife with challenges and all of you “

תאריך: 27/09/2012, 20:23    
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Brig. Gen. Danny Lark was today (Thursday) to a ceremony held at Chief of staff Rabin camp (campus).

The ceremony was held in the presence of Minister of Defense, Mr. Ehud Barak, Chief of the General staff, Lieutenant General Benjamin (Benny) Gantz, the Attorney General, Yehuda Weinstein, President of the Court.
Retired top, Mr. Meir Shamgar, in the presence of members of the Forum staff and his family.
Gen. Dan Lark, serves as the judge advocate general from September 2011.

Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak told the judge: “We trust your judgment, judgment, independence and lead you to make the right decisions. You are head of a very important system. It is a great unit and embeds Commander mark the unit as well. I wish you have a new class Bon voyage-and all the people in Israel.

Chief of general staff, General Benjamin (Benny) Gantz greet the JAG with his promotion to the rank of
Champion said that this is a complex job and the last year was rife with challenges
The JAG. “JAG role important and significant, and certainly at present where the legal aspect is important and equilibrium on the battlefield. I wish you another three years of CR
“The Chief said.

Lark champion also carried and noted that “the uniqueness of the Mag, he incorporates all involvement of IDF, so each is exposed to our work.
The law of obligation and huge effort, kapdtchm on the judge and his integration in decision nodes and consolidation
Action plans and therefore the no-nonsense to arotino even when they include restrictions and prohibitions, both notable behavior norms that facilitate military Attorney duties and important example for proper ExampleFor your men. “

Gen. Dan Lark, married with three children and holds an undergraduate degree in law (L.L.B)
The Buchmann Faculty of Tel Aviv University and an MBA
(E.M.B.) on behalf of the Faculty of maritime studies of management, Tel Aviv University.

Lark champion began his role in the military prosecutor’s Office in 1991 and has served in a number of senior positions in the military and defence. In 2004 he was appointed Deputy
The Chief Military Prosecutor and finished in 2009. September 2011 returned to service,
And was appointed Chief Military Prosecutor.

Translated from Hebrew