rafi wrote:Hi Peter,
There are a number of detail you will certainly be interested in, and there is a great Q&A about the program that can be found at http://www.usidfvets.com.
Check out the website I listed, then get back to me with any additional questions. At that point, if you are still interested, we can discuss forms, how to get them and who we will contactwithin Israel. We have our own Hativa - name of Tikva.
rafi wrote:First, IDF reserve duty is full active duty reserves, served under complete military structure.
Duties for me have included working at Checkpoints, transporting prisoners, doing border
patrols in jeeps, working demonstrations, fighting in Lebanon II, supporting local Police efforts in the
West Bank, securing Jewish border villages and more. We are deployed after arefresher boot camp
that includes weaponry, both days and evening on the range, first aid, communications, poilitical atmosphere, most recent smuggling activities
and so on.
But it should be clear that this a prgram is for those who retired from the IDF and can withstand a backbround check in
Israel as well astheir current country of residence, and can of course pass a physical exam.
If you are not a veteran of the IDF, there is great program called Sar-El that is open to all. This program
does mostly support duties and as you might expect is issued no weapons.
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