Arab and international Saturday 06 May 2017
The Israeli military said it faces a severe manpower crisis due to the decline motivated Israeli youth to enlist in combat units.
Revealed the newspaper "Haaretz", revealed that a large proportion of soldiers who volunteer to serve in the technological units "with a dangerous level of " low, and are reluctant to engage in combat brigades and units.
The newspaper pointed out in the report, seen by "Sky Press," that the tendency to volunteer in the technological units does not guarantee Israeli youth military service "without risk" and, but it also guarantees primarily for those soldiers jobs attractive after the demobilization of the army.
The newspaper noted that Israel 's leading technology companies competing to attract officers and soldiers who have served in technological intelligence units or formations that runs Mnact war effort in cyberspace.
The salaries awarded by technology companies three times the average salary charged by the Israelis.
The newspaper pointed out that the decline in motivation to serve in combat units and brigades push the army to expand the launch of the hybrid military units that soldiers and recruits participate.
According to the newspaper, the launch of the hybrid units has become a top priority for the leadership of the army, pointing out that some field military tasks has become the preserve of women.
It is noteworthy that the Israeli television channel ten, recently revealed that most responsible for securing the border with Jordan , made up of soldiers and military units.
The channel noted that for the first time became the army to accommodate female soldiers in the crews occupying tanks and artillery.
Recall that although the military service in Israel is compulsory, it is granted the right of soldiers to choose the unit or brigade or the weapon that belong to him.
The brigades also combat infantry that depend on them by Israel in its war effort, the most dangerous of the army brigades are considered: Paratroopers and Golani and Givati, and Hnahal.