Help Tzevet Kenniel Serve Our People

Help Tzevet Kenniel Serve Our People

From Aaron Eckstein

I am raising for my Tzevet, or squad, to acquire equipment that can significantly improve our ability to serve Israel and our people wherever need be.

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Hello, my name is Aaron Eckstein. I grew up in Passaic and Fairlawn New Jersey, attended Torah Academy of Bergen County (TABC) and subsequently attended yeshiva in Israel, made Aliyah and then drafted to the Israeli Defense Forces as a lone soldier. You may know me from around town, school, shul, or perhaps you have never even personally met me but encountered this drive regardless. There is the potential here for you to help me make a serious difference in the equipment and thus the service of a special few.

I serve in the unit Egoz which is a special forces unit placed under the commando brigade. We carry out a variety of missions, some of which are very sensitive. In every conflict you hear about and the ones you didn’t hear about, we are involved. Within the unit, each Tzevet, or squad, operates on a semi-autonomous basis. From the start of our service, we are together through everything, thick and thin.

All of the equipment we are looking for can make a significant difference in our ability to serve the nation and people we all hold so dear. There are certain holes in our equipment that can be easily filled by those ready to donate to our joint cause. Below is a list of equipment we wish to acquire, and why each item is important to our efficiency and ability to serve Israel on the battlefield in the best way possible. I hope you can take a little out of your daily life to help my Tzevet serve both you and the Jewish nation as a whole.

Sincerely,

Aaron Eckstein

Tactical shirts – Similar to standard military uniforms, but breath, dry, and perform in adverse environments significantly better than our issued shirts.

Gloves – We simply are not issued protective gloves that can help protect us and our hands while allowing effective gun handling.

Flashlights – This is a seemingly basic item that we currently are not issued and even if we will be issued them, they will be of low quality and not very powerful.

Multitool – A multitool to each person gives us the ability to be far more independent and flexible on our own out in the field and repair or build to our needs, whatever they may be.

High Quality Winter Gear- While winter is far away, the reality is that my Tzevet will still be together this winter and the one after that and so on.  We currently lack serious winter gear like warm softshell jackets and ski masks etc.

Tactical shirts – Similar to standard military uniforms, but breath, dry, and perform in adverse environments significantly better than our issued shirts.

*For security purposes, the faces of my Tzevet have been blurred.

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