Unfortunately, the IDF doesn't post that definition. You of course can google for yourself, but as I said before, women were prohibited from these units until the recommendation were implemented.
Originally Posted by apdst
Quibble if you would like though:
Women represent a significant portion of manpower in the combat units that they serve in; in the Anti-Aircraft Division and in the Artillery Corps, women represent 20 percent of soldiers, 25 percent of soldiers in Search and Rescue units, 10 percent of the Border Police, and the Caracal Battalion - a combat battalion - is made up of 70 percent female soldiers. In addition, this year marked the first year in which women are eligible to serve in the Field Intelligence Corps.
The Border Police:
[ame=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israel_Defense_Forces]Israel Defense Forces - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/ame]
Other than the National Service (Sherut Leumi), IDF conscripts may serve in bodies other than the IDF in a number of ways. The combat option is Israel Border Police (Magav) service, part of the Israel Police. Some soldiers complete their IDF combat training and later undergo additional terror and Border Police training. These are assigned to Border Police units. The Border Police units fight side by side with the regular IDF combat units. They are also responsible for security in heavy urban areas such as Jerusalem.