You're in the Navy:
Learn About the Israeli Navy and Life on a Sub
Lodge Bezalel Presents Admiral Doron Levin
Sunday, Jan. 17, 11 AM ET
Special Sign-up Required
Months before Israel was an independent state, it had a navy. It may not be as well-known as the Army and the Air Force, but it plays a critical role in the country’s security. And it has a fleet of five submarines (and another one being built). You can learn about the Israeli Navy and learn about what it’s like to serve on a sub from Admiral Doron Levin, who will join us from Israel at 11 a.m. ET for a video presentation, Jan. 17.
Adm. Levin joined the Navy in 1989, and two years later, he began an 18-year stretch as a combat officer and commander, commanding a missile ship and three submarines. His 30+ years of service included two years of commanding the submarine fleet as well as heading planning and finance for the Navy and heading an operational division in the IDF (Israeli Defense Forces) joint staff.
During his service, Adm. Levin earned a B.A. in economics, an M.B.A. and Master’s Degrees in Political Science and National Defense – all from Haifa University. A native of South Africa, his family emigrated to Israel in 1972, when he was one year old. Adm. Levin lives in Zichron Yaakov with his wife, Shelly, a psychologist, and their three children: Sheera (19), Idan (15) and Tamara (12).
Note: We have a sign-up procedure for this special event. Click this Google Forms link to reserve your spot. When you submit your completed form, you will be added to our reservation list. We will send the Zoom link to all properly registered attendees 30 minutes before the event begins – and only those on the reservation list will be admitted to the program.
The deadline to reserve your seat is 12 p.m. ET (US), Friday, Jan. 15.