צילום: זאב מרמרשטיין, דובר צה”ל
52 battalion, veterans who fought in the Yom Kippur war, met the warriors.
To continue on their way. The Mag: “we prove to them that their sacrifice was not in vain.”
תאריך: 29/07/2013, 15:49
מחבר: דנה פטרוב, אתר צה”ל
52 battalion, veterans who fought in the Yom Kippur war, visited the regiment a month and met the Warriors continue their way. Veterans battalion visited two in Samaria, where the catch line these days, talk to the fighters and wipe out war. In addition, veterans of the regiment for fighters currently in operational employment – dozens of books, including bestsellers, divided.
“The idea of visiting soldiers got during the war, told the meeting originator and company b in the Yom Kippur war, Lieutenant Colonel, retired father. “I was standing within 10 feet of tunnel, and came to me a man who traveled 14 hours to get soldiers and books and other things you need. Since 40 years I visit soldiers and some
That kind of stuff. The only one I visit regularly is my 52nd Regiment unit, “he describes.
52 battalion, now part of the 401 Brigade is in constant contact with the battalion veterans of all eras. According to Majid, 52, Lt. Col. UDI can link with battalion veterans is important
For the warriors. “I see a value very much added value this relationship and legacy of the Regiment, 3rd Battalion who fought in every war and Israel is exemplary” battalion, said, “this connection gives the warriors to recognize the heritage and values, and to contact the people who we may give
Live here. For Veterans it gives to see who keeps them and their sacrifice was not in vain. “
Alongside veterans of the regiment which fought in the Yom Kippur war, participated in the visit also bear Yes, brother of Captain Enoch Yes who died in that war. “Contact with the bereaved family is important and gives a lot of our hopes,” he said, “my relationship with the lasted 40 years and it’s hard to imagine how this could help. Bereavement is something that never ends, and should continue with the bereaved parents and siblings.
Translated from Hebrew