IDF soldier found at home; name released

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July 23, 2010 09:01

 
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The IDF has released the identity of the soldier from the elite General Staff Reconaissance Unit (Sayeret Matkal) who was found late Thursday night in his parent's home after he went missing during a training exercise in the South early Wednesday night.

The soldier's name is Nadav Heiman, 21, from Moshav Kochav Michael, near Ashkelon.

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