Terrorist attack victims graduate officers course

January 31, 2017 20:44


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Several survivors of last month’s deadly terrorist attack in Jerusalem graduated their officers course on Tuesday at the Bahad 1 officers training base in Mitzpe Ramon.

The ceremony was attended by Commander of GOC Army Headquarters Maj.-Gen. Kobi Barak, Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories Maj.-Gen. Yoav Mordechai and Civil Administration Head Brig.-Gen. Achvat Ben-Hur, as well as the commander of the officers school, Col. Yaniv Elalouf. The ramming attack in Jerusalem on January 8 left four cadets dead and several more injured.

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