Meet Nitzan, a 25-year-old Israeli who was born with Down Syndrome who proudly serves his nation and its people as a dog trainer for the Israeli Air Force (IAF).
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In the first reported use of the system, an Arrow defense battery knocked down one of three anti-aircraft missiles fired at Israeli jets, the other two landing in Israel and causing no damage.
The IDF's soldiers in the cyber realm scour social media in order to find potential terrorists and prevent impending attacks.
Since 2013, nearly 3,000 wounded Syrians have been treated by Israel. An IDF paramedic shares his experiences helping those injured during Syria's ongoing civil war.
Fifteen female recruits are beginning their training with the Israel Defense Forces and will deploy to Israel's borders with Jordan and Egypt.
As Israel's enemies on every border build up their power, the Israeli military has increased the scope and frequency of its own combat training.
During a joint Navy and Air Force drill, Israeli Navy captain reassured reporters at The Jerusalem Post that “we are training for everything they [Hamas] can throw at us.”
Soldiers who are part of the IDF's Special in Uniform program find that the Jewish New Year of the Trees is a time of new inspiration.
The IDF cadets who were injured in last month's horrific Jerusalem truck-ramming attack have been honored for their courage at a ceremony.
A climb in the number of females serving in combat positions in Israel's military continues.