WATCH: Latest Israeli Air Force cadets prepare to receive their wings

Most of the new pilots, a total of around 40, are aged 22, and they include one female pilot.

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December 26, 2015 20:40

IAF graduates on December 26, 2015.

IAF graduates on December 26, 2015.

 
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The latest IAF cadets who completed the 171 training cycle will receive their wings at a ceremony on Thursday.

They will be joined by the prime minister, defense minister, and air force chief.

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Most of the new pilots, a total of around 40, are aged 22 and include one female pilot, the IAF said on Saturday.

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