WATCH: The IAF's 669 rescue unit in action

The unit responsible for rescuing army personnel and civilians from harrowing situations gave an example of its work on Thursday.

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August 18, 2016 17:01

IAF's 669 unit in action

IAF's 669 unit in action

 
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Commanders from the Israel Air Force's Unit 669 held a seminar at the Tel Nof air base in central Israel on Thursday.

The unit specializes in operations to rescue pilots, Navy personnel, including submarine crews, and ordinary citizens who face danger from floods or are stuck in treacherous terrain in mountainous areas.


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