Israeli Army IDF Home Front Rescue Brigade Combat Cloth Disguising Dog Tag Cover
Israeli Army / IDF Home Front Regional Command rescue Brigade Embroidered Combat Cloth Black Or Olive Green Disguising Hand Made Dog Tag Cover
This is An Israeli army / IDF Home Front Regional Command rescue Brigade authentic Embroidered Combat Cloth Olive Green Disguising Hand Made Dog Tag Cover.
The Cloth disguising dog tag covers meant to prevent reimbursement of light or sparkle and noise of metal which can lead to revelation of the soldier on the battlefield.
Coverage closed by Velcro.
The Dog Tag chain is covered Disguises by a string to prevent skin rush or allergic reaction to allergic people and the noise that may be created by friction between the dog tag chain to the dog tags plate.
The Dog Tag covers are widely spread among the various units, and a great number of IDF soldiers ware it on them. The inside is made of plastic, covered by Cordura cloth to prevent sweating, and contains an inner pocket for the dog-tag. All dog tag covers come with ball chain
This Item is made in Israel.
- The product is the dog tags Cover only.
- The Plate appears in the photography is for illustrative purposes only.
- The customer can choose the color of the Dog Tag cover – Black or Olive green by mail.
The Home Front Command rescue brigade battalions are involved in rescue and rescue operations in various emergency situations, as well as in non-conventional events such as: atomic, biological and chemical warfare.
The rescue battalions serve as preparedness teams for disaster events in Israel and abroad. The soldiers undergo basic training 05 and are then trained in a 4-month course as an Extractor and a Purifier. The training takes place at the IDF Home Front Command training base in Zikim .
The Home Front Command rescue brigade is composed of four battalions:
- The Shahar Battalion (498).
- The Kedem Battalion (489).
- The Tabor Battalion (894).
- The Ramd Battalion (668).
- Battalions Reserve duty.
It is a fighting brigade in which men and women serve together.
The soldiers wear an orange berets and helmet with a HFC (Home Front Command) pin and black shoes.