Giorgi Ginzburg, who came to Israel from Azerbaijan, fought for the Red Soviet Army during the war. He will now receive the acclaim and benefits that come with being a World War II hero.
A disabled IDF veteran attempted to end his life outside the Defense Ministry's Rehabilitation Division at Tel Hashomer.
A bill to abolish the income test for disabled IDF veterans passed its first reading as part of the “One Soul” reform program.
The Belev Echad organization works with Chabad on Campus to young IDF veterans to the US for two weeks of exposure, awareness and inspiration.
The Golani Association aims to bring more veterans into the world of high-tech with a new track.
The tribute event opened with TED lectures by IDF wounded Oren Blitzblau and Dana Pinchasov, continued with a lecture by the poet Shimrit Orr, author of the song “Hallelujah."
The cyclists visited several IDF bases during their ride, from the Mount Hermon military base to the 91st Gallilee Division, which oversees security along the border with Lebanon.
Micah Quinney Jones dedicated years to service in the US army. The US withdrawal from Afghanistan has left him with conflicting emotions.
As the United States celebrates Veterans Day, Israel’s Ammunition Hill, the battle site that led to Jerusalem’s reunification, adds its 500th honoree on Jewish National Fund-USA’s Wall of Honor.
During IDF Disabled Veterans Appreciation Month, students will attend ceremonies, lessons and meetings with veterans to learn more about them.