A voice from the past

Amos Horev, commander of the Hulda Convoy, talks about the battle by veterans against the plan to commemorate Rehavam Ze’evi in Sha’ar Hagai, military ethics, rules of engagement and leadership.

By EYAL LEVY
January 19, 2017 14:10
Amos Horev

Amos Horev. (photo credit: ARIEL BESOR)

There is no more appropriate appellation than “Last of the Mohicans” when talking about Maj.-Gen. (res.) Amos Horev. He served as the IDF’s chief of ordnance, quartermaster-general and chief scientist, and was a nuclear scientist, president of the Technion and chairman of Rafael Advanced Defense Systems. He also headed the committee that investigated the 1974 Ma’alot massacre and sat on the Turkel Commission of Inquiry into the Gaza flotilla raid.

In short, Horev can always be found where the action is.

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