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some newly released soldiers of the IDF, the transition from military
to civilian life can be daunting. It's common for these new civilians to
travel the world, from South America and New York to Thailand and
India, before returning to Israel and deciding what's next.
Former soldiers have many options available to them.
They are eligible for a one-time loan to be used for university
studies, the completion of a high school diploma, a psychometric exam
(the Israeli SAT), professional courses (tour guiding, bartending,
etc.), buying a home, opening up a new business and planning a wedding.
The amount of money available to soldiers will vary depending on the
length and type of their service in the IDF and whether they served in
Nahal infantry brigade soldiers during a camouflage training course, learning warfare capabilities in complex, forested areas.
fields are increasingly popular for former Israeli combat soldiers.
They often find work in security details (including as personal bodyguards of celebrities), and sometimes they train foreign armies.
In addition, there is a great need today for security services aboard
cruise ships, especially in the heavily pirated waters along the Red Sea
and Africa’s eastern coastline.
An airplane technician sits on her F-15 plane in the Hatzerim Air Force Base.
Soldiers also have the opportunity to work as counselors or teachers at summer camps across North America. There is even a government incentive program to train released soldiers to be sushi chefs.
The course, funded by the Trade and Labor Ministry, includes workshops
and classroom studies as well as job placement upon completion.
An innovative, new program offers recently released soldiers a free trip around Israel.
Similar to Birthright, the journey is intended to provide young Israeli
adults with a chance to explore their country, history and identity –
precisely at the point in their lives where they begin the transition
from military to civilian life.
part of the Infantry Instructors Course, female soldiers have a field
training week which includes individual and group drills, navigation
practice, sleeping in the field and camouflage training.