Females are integrated into service in the artillery alignment in various combat and command positions in many fields, such as command posts over advanced operational and attack systems, management and calculation of artillery fire, operation of communication devices, and conducting meteorologist case studies to improve artillery fire accuracy, etc. They serve in combat units and complete advanced training, at the end of which they are integrated into continuous security operations across Israel. The female combatants commit themselves to 36 month mandatory military service, as well as to reserve duty.
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Karakal is a special battalion (gdud) inside the realm of Chir that is comprised of both women and men, both of which do all of the training together and exercises/guarding which is required. It is a unit that is full capacity combat and mainly is stationed in the south at the Egyptian border and the Jordanian border. Women need to posses an 82 profiles (Men 72) and pass Gibbush Lochemot (Women Fighters Tryout) in order to be accepted into Karakal. To find out when the gibbushim are, please look at Gibbushim Dates.
This is a sayaret of the Kfir Brigade. For women, they must first pass Gibbush Lochemot (Female Fighter Tryout) in order to be a fighter. If a woman passes the Gibbush, she is placed Karakal (which is a faction of the Kfir Brigade). Once starting tironut in Karakal, there is a Gibbush (Tryout) within the unit in order to be accepted to Oketz.
Men need to be drafted into Kfir, and then do the Gibbush for Oketz. If they pass the Gibbush men are placed into Oketz. If they do not pass, then they continue as a combat soldier in Kfir.
Oketz specializes in training and handling dogs for military applications. Each dog is now trained to have a particular speciality. Attack dogs are trained to operate in urban areas, as well as in rural, bushy areas. Dogs are also trained as tracking and chasing dogs, for manhunts and detecting breaches at the borders. In addition, dogs are also trained as weapons and ammunition dogs, to search for guns and munitions, as explosive dogs, to sniff out hidden explosives and as search and rescue dogs, to find people in collapsed buildings. Oketz operators are often assigned to other units in the case of a particular need for their specialist skills, such as in the extraction of terrorists from fortified buildings.
Modi'in Sadeh (Field Intelligence Corps) is the youngest of the corps in the land forces of the IDF. The corps is responsible for intelligence collection in the field and the transfer of that information to the other field units (they are also known as, "The viewer before the camp"). These fighters who collect intelligence in Modi'in Sadeh have a fairly unique role, which combines combat capabilities as infantry soldiers with intelligence-gathering skills using advanced technology, and additionally using high social skills, as the work is done in small teams. A soldier can serve as someone who moves from place to place, someone who is involved in deep inside intelligence collection, or someone who does look-outs and views more from the back (from some type of post for example). Inside of the corps are three battalions - "Shachaf" which is under the Northern Command, "Nitzan" which is under the Central Command, and "Nesher" which is under the Southern Command.
A combatant position responsible for retrieving and rescuing using various methods. To do so, there are different training techniques practiced on a daily basis. Training for this unit is three months. Often, soldiers in this unit are sent to natural disaster zones abroard (Haiti's Tsumani in 2010 for example).
MAGAV - (Mishmar Hagvul)
A counter-terrorism branch of the Israeli National Police, affiliated with the IDF. Females in this unit sign on for three years and work as border guards, often in the West Bank. Women are a commodity in this unit especially for searching females illegally crossing the border.