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Re: Exército Israelita (TSAHAL)
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Re: Exército Israelita (TSAHAL)
« Responder #16 em: Agosto 09, 2013, 06:33:36 pm »
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Re: Exército Israelita (TSAHAL)
« Responder #17 em: Março 31, 2014, 04:41:23 pm »
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« Responder #18 em: Abril 12, 2014, 03:49:34 pm »
IDF weighs opening 2nd combat battalion to women

Army seeks to integrate female fighters into more combat roles, citing a 64% rise in the number of women asking to be drafted into combat positions and possible personnel gaps that will be created when service for men is shortened.

Lilach Shoval

"They're real tigers," almost everyone who watches the female combat fighters in the Israel Defense Forces' Caracal Battalion says. The IDF is considering establishing a second combat battalion open to women, that would be given a fitting name: Cheetah.


The idea for a new mixed-gender battalion comes from the 64 percent rise in the number of women drafted into combat roles this past year. For years, the number of female combat soldiers in the IDF remained fairly stable at some 530. (In 2011, 528 women were drafted into combat positions; in 2012 the number rose a modest 2% to 537.) But 2013 saw a change, with 879 women taking on combat roles in their military service.


The IDF hopes that the trend of women serving in combat roles will continue to rise and that by this summer, it will be possible to establish the first female company in the army's new mixed-gender battalion, which will probably be named "Cheetah" and comprise 50% male soldiers and 50% female soldiers, like the Caracal Battalion.


The army attributes the rise in the number of women being drafted into combat roles to a change in draft policy. Until last year, women who sought to serve in combat roles had to complete a field tryout that tested their physical and mental abilities prior to their conscription. Now the only requirement of women interested in serving in combat roles is to pass an interview, the same as male recruits. However, women must volunteer for combat service, since those roles require them to sign on for an extended service to make their time in the military equal in length to that of male combat soldiers.


A senior official in the IDF's Personnel Directorate said that even women who have already been drafted and are serving in non-combat roles can request a transfer to a combat position. The official said that most such requests would be approved, because the IDF gives priority to "those who want to serve combat roles."


The new battalion, if it is established, will not be the only new option for women who want to serve as fighters. Women can now serve in combat roles in the Caracal Battalion, in air defense, in combat intelligence, in the Homefront Command and in the Border Police. Israel Hayom has even learned that in recent days the IDF Ground Forces Command has been looking into the possibility of allowing women to serve in additional roles that thus far have been restricted to men.


Possibilities would include integrating female soldiers into combat engineering, artillery, and even tank units. The army hopes that bringing women into these roles will help fill personnel gaps created when the length of service for male soldiers is shortened. One senior officer said, "We treat female fighters the same way we treat men, and that's how they are selected."

 :arrow: http://www.israelhayom.com/site/newslet ... p?id=16677
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Re: Exército Israelita (TSAHAL)
« Responder #19 em: Maio 08, 2014, 05:31:25 pm »
Setting the Bar: From Gymnastics Champion to IDF Commander

Lt. Amit Danon was the Israeli national champion in rhythmic gymnastics when she enlisted in the IDF. After embarking on her path as a soldier, she decided to leave her previous life behind and became a combat officer in the mixed-gender Caracal Battalion.

Last week, Lt. Amit Danon made history by becoming the first woman to lead a platoon in the combat squad commanders course of the IDF’s School for Infantry Corps Professions and Squad Commanders.

Lt. Danon, who was nicknamed “the princess” in her neighborhood, believes that women can and should be leading officers and commanders in the IDF. She is not afraid to dream big. “A woman can definitely serve as the Chief of Staff,” Lt. Danon says.



After spending her teenage years as a professional athlete, winning a string of medals and competitions, Danon knew what it meant to devote 100 percent to her passions. When she joined the Israel Defense Forces, Danon decided to go all the way. She put her leotard in the closet and signed up to be a combat soldier in the Caracal Battalion.

Like in her gymnastics career, Danon strove for excellence throughout her military service. Not long after joining the mixed-gender combat battalion, Danon discovered a passion for leadership and found herself drawn towards the squad commander course.



After proving herself as an effective squad commander, Danon was selected for combat officer training. She became the 15th woman in the history of the IDF to successfully graduate from the arduous course.

After serving for one year as a second lieutenant in the Caracal Battalion, the former gymnast arrived at her current position as a platoon commander in the School for Infantry Corps Professions and Squad Commanders.

“Dancing and combat are actually opposites, but there are some similarities,” Lt. Danon says. “I always loved to challenge myself, and both endeavors are physically challenging.”



Setting the bar

Lt. Danon explained that Caracal had tried for a long time to send an officer from the unit to become a platoon commander at the school. Until Lt. Danon’s arrival, all platoon commanders came from the infantry brigades, despite the fact that there was a squad consisting entirely of Caracal soldiers.

“I went through many exams and interviews in order to receive this position, and I’m happy that eventually I got accepted. Now it’s my responsibility to set the bar,” she says.

“I’m happy to be the one pushing forward. There is a lot of talk about there being a female commander alongside many male commanders and it’s part of what the Caracal Battalion represents,” Lt. Danon said.



“The very existence of Caracal sends the message that women can fill any role that in the past no one believed they could,” she continued. “Eventually there will be no separations at all. We have to prove ourselves.”

 :arrow: http://www.idfblog.com/2013/07/11/setti ... commander/
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Re: Exército Israelita (TSAHAL)
« Responder #20 em: Maio 30, 2014, 05:22:20 pm »
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Re: Exército Israelita (TSAHAL)
« Responder #21 em: Julho 12, 2014, 11:09:27 pm »






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Re: Exército Israelita (TSAHAL)
« Responder #22 em: Julho 14, 2014, 07:37:37 pm »






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« Responder #23 em: Fevereiro 13, 2015, 06:02:07 pm »
Light warriors: firearms and ammunitions innovations
Posted by Dan Arkin



Innovations to decrease the weight of the weaponry soldiers carry in the field, in training and in battle. This is the unfolding trend in the IDF’s Technological Division (in charge of Materiel R&D and Acquisition) in the Israel Defense Forces Ground Command. This is among the lessons of “Operation Protective Edge”.

Light firearms Desk Manager Major T. explains that one of the strongest trends in the IDF is to reduce the weight of arms and equipment combat soldiers carry. This is the driving force behind the following firearms and ammunitions innovations:

    One of the lessons of “Operation Protective Edge”: developed of a shoulder launched missile, to be introduced into service in the IDF in the coming three years. During the recent military operation in Gaza, it became clear changes must be introduced in two of the IDF’s operational shoulder-launched missiles. Firstly, the 10kg Matador, with its excellent performance in urban areas and closed spaces, is nevertheless heavy. On the other hand, the second system, LAW, however lighter, is ill suited for firing in closed spaces and is difficult to operate in urban areas.

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    Developing new bullets for the IMI Negev light machine gun. The new 5.56 bullets will have the same performance as the current 7.67 bullets of a medium machine gun. Thus, the Negev’s performance will equal that of the IDF’s FN MAG.
    There are deliberations concerning the development of 5.56 bullets weighing a third less than existing ones. This weight reduction will be achieved thanks to applying new technology of combining plastic elements in the bullets’ canister. These 5.56 bullets are suitable for M-16 guns, Tavor Assault Rifle, micro-Tavor and M4. The bullets weigh very little, and yet, combat soldiers carry at least a few 29-bullet magazines, and this adds up. Reducing this ammo’s weight by 30% would make their lives much easier in the field.

 :arrow: http://i-hls.com/2015/01/light-warriors ... novations/
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« Responder #25 em: Maio 19, 2015, 10:12:37 am »
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An Israel Defense Forces (IDF) reconnaissance company supporting a Merkava Mk 4 tank brigade has adopted unarmoured Humvees as its preferred mode of transport in combat zones.

The 401st Armored Brigade's reconnaissance company made the transition in recent months after using Humvees armed with FN MAG machine guns to move wounded soldiers to safety during Operation 'Protective Edge' in the Gaza Strip in mid-2014.

According to officers from the company, the use of Humvees has since been expanded and that two operational squads have been created for rapid, mainly nocturnal high-speed manoeuvres that make little noise and maintain a low profile.

The officers said the company did not have a specific vehicle before the adoption of the Humvee and that it mainly moved on foot when in combat zones to maintain a low-profile.

According to company commander Major Yoav Amir, training exercises conducted in recent days have focused on moving deep into southern Lebanon ahead of the brigade's armoured units.

The company's mission, Maj Amir said, will be to transmit real-time intelligence to forces advancing and ensure that viable routes are in place for the armoured vehicles following behind.

He added that the use of the new vehicles will enable the unit to quickly close in on enemy targets, including guerrilla forces armed with shoulder-launched missiles lying in ambush, and to be able to quickly identify battlefield threats, such as improvised explosive devices.

The reconnaissance company has the ability to take direct action against such threats or can covertly gather further intelligence, depending on conditions.

Maj Amir described the Humvee as a flexible and swift platform that can navigate challenging terrain. He added that his unit's drivers are undergoing training for driving in tough conditions without lights.

Although the Humvee can reach places that armoured personnel carriers would struggle to get to, Maj Amir said, the fact that the vehicle is unarmoured means that the IDF will stop short of sending it into an urban warfare setting.


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« Responder #26 em: Maio 19, 2015, 11:30:31 am »
Israeli Army to disolve all-Druze battalion in favour of integrating this Arab minority across the IDF ranks



Group of Druze soldiers of the "Battalion of the Sword"

Israel has decided to disband a 40-year-old Druze-only battalion in favour of integrating soldiers from the minority-ethnic community across the ranks of the Israel Defence Forces (IDF). Israel's Druze community comprises less than 2 per cent of the total population, yet the rate of enlistment is significantly higher than combined sector of secular and religious Jewish population.

Some 400 Druze soldiers currently serve in the battalion created in 1974, and it has mostly handled security duties in the Lebanon border. Apart of them, some 1,900 Druzes, who are not considered Muslims, serve today in the IDF and another 1,500 are officers, some of whom serve in the IDF's most elite units.
 

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Re: Exército Israelita (TSAHAL)
« Responder #27 em: Julho 07, 2015, 07:16:41 pm »


Israel To Stand Up Commando Brigade

http://www.defensenews.com/story/defens ... e/29796065

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Israel's High Command announced Monday the establishment of a new commando brigade to fall under the command of the 98th Paratrooper's Division.

 Lt. General Gadi Eisenkott, Israel Defence Forces (IDF) Chief of Staff, announced July 6 that the new commando brigade would consolidate four elite infantry units of the regular army (...)

The new commando brigade will "improve joint operations of special forces in emergency conditions" and serve as "decisive front lines of the IDF against future challenges of the enemy ". (...)

The brigade will be patterned after the US Army's 75th Ranger Regiment, but will be commanded by the 98th Paratrooper's Division rather than a new Joint Special Operations Command.

 Elite commando forces such as Sayeret Matkal, the IDF General Staff's Reconnaissance Unit, the Shaldag (Kingfisher) airborne commando unit and the Israel's Navy Flotilla 13 will continue to operate autonomously under traditional command chains and, in special missions, under joint command of the new IDF's new Depth Command which reports directly to Eisenkott and the IDF General Staff.  
 

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Re: Exército Israelita (TSAHAL)
« Responder #28 em: Julho 08, 2015, 09:39:16 am »
Ou seja, as Companhias Sayeret de cada Brigada vão passar a constituir essa Brigada?
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Re: Exército Israelita (TSAHAL)
« Responder #29 em: Julho 08, 2015, 01:21:32 pm »
Citação de: "Cabeça de Martelo"
Ou seja, as Companhias Sayeret de cada Brigada vão passar a constituir essa Brigada?

Sim e não. Do texto na Ynetnews:

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The separate units that will be tranferred to the brigade are expected to continue functioning independently, or in conjuncture with brigade-level combat-teams (...) The new brigade [has] as the model of unified command (...) that of the Ranger brigade in the US Special Forces.
 
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