Former US Ranger paints new recruits in Israel

US army captain Yoni Zagdanski, who was formerly a member of the US Rangers and served in the Iraq war, prepares American students who plan on enlisting into the IDF.

By BENJAMIN SPIER
December 12, 2010 18:26

 
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The soldiers are actually college students, and the guns are filled with paint balls - not bullets, but the drill sergeants of the Amitz simulation boot camp are experienced military commanders, led by US army captain Yoni Zagdanski.

Zagdanski, who was formerly a member of the US Army Rangers and served in the Iraq war, prepares American students who plan on enlisting into the IDF.

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