Negev defenders – Air Force

Defenders of the Negev – IAF

In 2010, the “Negev Defenders” company was established in the Air Force. The unit is in charge of air base defense, which includes securing a variety of classified fighter jets and intelligence units.
Additionally, the unit carries out operational activities in Judea and Samaria, Hebron and Benyamin. The Unit allows those with a 72 profile to join and serve as part of an IDF combat unit.
The unit includes a canine team who undergo unique training with dogs as part of their comprehensive security task.

Location of the training: A Bislah (School of Infantry) base in the south.

Rabbis and advisers of the “Netzach” association have been partners in the establishment of the unit and have accompanied the soldiers continuously over the years.

Service Track:
First two years – training and combat service.
Third year – a year of study and completion of a matriculation to enable the soldier to acquire a profession and live respectfully.