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Photographers will join the combat fighters in the Golani Brigade for a full eight month course. The purpose is to prepare them to document major operational events and improve the IDF’s challenge with public relations. Captain Micah Ohana explained anyone can have a camera and distort an image that then becomes shown to the public. Therefore, this change comes from the need for documentation from the battlefield that is authentic and can be delivered quickly.
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Photographers will join the combat fighters in the Golani Brigade for a full eight month course. The purpose is to prepare them to document major operational events and improve the IDF’s challenge with public relations. Captain Micah Ohana explained anyone can have a camera and distort an image that then becomes shown to the public. […]
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