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Fellowship-Adopted Battalion in Nepal

As we reported earlier, a Fellowship-adopted IDF battalion - from the Home Front Command training base in Zikim -is in Nepal, helping provide aid to the earthquake-ravaged nation and its people. Captain Dan Harush, Operations Officer of the battalion, says that while "We're seeing difficult things...I feel immensely proud to represent the country. The flight is an honor for me and everyone's goal is to save lives and return home safe and sound."

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