Could the Iron Dome Protect You One Day?
Globalization of Aerial Threats Calls for Globalization of Defense
The End of One Legacy and the Beginning of Another: A Final Salute to the Herev Battalion
Air, Land & Sea: What Happens When You Combine All Three?
Setting the Facts Straight on the Security Fence
The IDF’s Home Front Command: Ready for Anything
Where is the Fight Harder, Gaza or Lebanon?
#IDFWithoutBorders: Map of IDF Aid Delegations Around the World
4 Things You Have to Hear from the First Openly Transgender Officer in the IDF
Lieutenant Shachar joined the IDF as a woman. Throughout his military service, he went through the unique and complicated process of changing his gender. Identifying himself as a man, he has become the first openly transgender officer in the IDF.
These Tips Could Save a Life
Here are a few tips from the IDF’s Home Front Command explaining what to do in case of an earthquake and how to provide crucial assistance.
The Last Journey: the Story of Or Assraf
Former IDF soldier, Or Assraf z”l was in Nepal when the earthquake struck. For days he was missing, until his comrades traveled across the world to find him.
See and Don’t Be Seen: Meet The Target Intelligence Unit
They keep close tabs on potential terrorists. They connect the dots to build a situational assessment. They direct infantry forces from the moment a target is discovered to the second it’s neutralized. And they do it all with incredible precision. Meet the elite unit of the Combat Intelligence Corps: The Target Intelligence Unit.
An Inside Look at the IDF’s Unique Medical Technology in Nepal
As part of the IDF’s humanitarian mission to Nepal, a field hospital is being built near Kathmandu. In the next few hours, people affected by the earthquake will begin receiving the same treatment as offered in the most high-tech medical facility in Israel. Here’s an inside look at the advanced technology that will assist the medical teams on the ground.
Update on IDF Activities in Nepal
This morning, April 27, an 80-member Israeli humanitarian aid delegation set flight for Nepal, after a magnitude-7.8 quake struck the capital city Kathmandu on Saturday. They will be joined shortly in Nepal by another cargo flight with around 170 trained
Fulfilling a Soldier’s Last Dream
It’s a tradition to travel the world once an IDF soldier is released from his or her service, after years of dedication defending the State of Israel. Staff Sgt. Matan Gotlib fell during Operation Protective Edge, three months before he could fulfill his dream and begin his travels. His friends chose to commemorate him by completing a journey in his memory.
Soon We Will Become a Song
This special project commemorates fallen soldiers and victims of terror by turning their poems and letters into live music
Watch LIVE: Israel Comes to Standstill for 23,320 Fallen
Tomorrow evening, impatient drivers, chatty high schoolers, playful toddlers and Israel’s 8 million citizens will stop whatever they’re doing and stand still as minute-long sirens blare on Yom HaZikaron, Israel’s memorial day. On April 21 at 7:55 PM (IST), the
A Moving Testimony: History Through the Eyes of a Holocaust Survivor
Rina Pearl Zakay was just a ten year-old girl when the Second World War broke out and life as she knew it ended abruptly. After the war, she immigrated to Israel all by herself and decided to fight for the independence of the State of Israel. She went on to build a family, and 70 years after the Holocaust, she is the proud grandmother of three grandchildren who all served in the IDF. In honor of Holocaust Memorial day, she tells her moving tale of bravery and survival.