Warm Winter Campaign
Israel’s hot summers are misleading, making it difficult to imagine just how cold the winter can be. Soldiers serving on the Golan Heights and in high elevation areas face freezing and near freezing temperatures, winds and rain. Soldiers in the south face freezing nights, despite the relatively pleasant, but short, winter days. Guard duty, patrols and exercises are carried out around the clock, and proper outerwear is a necessity. Barracks and tents may not have proper heating, and so even “indoors,” there is no relief from the cold.
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