Terrorists in the Gaza Strip have fired more than 300 rockets since this Friday, striking major population centers in southern Israel. More than one million Israelis are under the threat of rocket fire.
IDF Emergency Instructors briefing the elderly on what to do in case of a rocket attack
The IDF Home Front Command has been very busy these days. Soldiers of the HFC have been to all towns and cities–helping civilians trapped under collapsed buildings, watching over children in bomb shelters, or explaining what needs to be done in case of a rocket attack.
Combat soldiers from the Search and Rescue unit and emergency instructors of the Home Front Command have spread throughout the country, explaining to citizens what to do in case of rocket attacks. The soldiers visited sensitive civilian locations such as nursing homes, bomb shelters and popular shopping centers.
The past rocket attacks have tested the mettle of IDF emergency instructors. Take a look at Cpl. Noy Eisen last month, teaching kids at a local school in Holon how to stay safe in case of a terror attack: