The Golani infantry brigade remains the popular choice for youths who will soon join the IDF, according to army figures released Sunday, ahead of the November draft.
“The motivation for combat service among teenagers is stable at 73.3 percent, as is the motivation to serve in infantry units – half of teenagers want to get there,” said the head of the Conscription Reinforcement Branch, Col. Yosi Malka.
Golani remained the most popular infantry brigade, while Givati came in second place, according to the IDF’s figures.
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