The decision to join the IDF is both an enormous privilege and responsibility. After thousands of years of national homelessness, this generation has the extraordinary opportunity to put on a uniform and serve in the Jewish army in the Jewish State.
Serving in the IDF can be the most rewarding and challenging experience of one’s life. The army is a humongous organization with endless complexities, nuances and exceptions, so the best way to be prepared is to become as informed as possible.
Please note, Here Next Year aims to offer the most up to date information on different programs. There is always the possibility that changes have been made, of which we are still unaware. Feel free to contact us with any questions and inquiries, and we will put you in touch with those able to offer the most up to date information.
"ואתם תעברו חמשים לפני אחיכם כל גיבורי החיל ועזרתם אותם"
"All you mighty men of valor shall pass over before your brothers, ready for battle, and should help them"
This section includes a list of units that tend to be popular amongst Anglo lone soldiers.
There are thousands of jobs in the army, including combat and non-combat positions. Each job is integral to the overall functioning of the army in peacetime and war. This section includes a list of units that tend to be popular amongst Anglo Lone Soldiers. It will give you a taste of the various jobs the army has to offer and help point you in the right direction. Keep an openmind - Although you’ll have the opportunity to request a specific unit, there is no guarantee that the army will grant your request.