Funeral held at Mt. Herzl for airman killed in crash

November 14, 2010 13:49


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Maj. Emmanuel Levi, the 30-year-old pilot who was killed four days ago when his F16I crashed into the Ramon Crater, was laid to rest at the Mt. Herzl military cemetery on Sunday.

Levi, from Ma’aleh Adumim, was the eldest of four children. He is survived by his parents, two brothers currently serving in the IDF, and a sister.

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