Project Spotlight: Forward Command Vehicle

To help officials in the city of Jerusalem respond to any large-scale situation – such as a terror attack, war, or natural disaster, The Fellowship funded the purchase of a Forward Command Vehicle that will allow police and fire departments, security forces, city officials, public works employees, and other first responders to coordinate their efforts as efficiently and as quickly as possible.

This mobile command post allows those on the scene to keep all the pertinent parties in the loop on crucial details, allowing them to establish stability and ensure the safety of Jerusalem’s citizens.

Rabbi Eckstein expressed the importance of this vehicle at its recent dedication.

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