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The Life Saving Paramedics of Operation Protective Edge

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October 26, 2014 | by Idfblog.com

An inside look at the harrowing work of treating injured soldiers and saving as many lives as possible.

The IDF’s latest operation in the Gaza Strip, Operation Protective Edge, had a high cost of human life. Sixty-seven soldiers were killed on the ground and hundreds of others were injured during the fighting. The first soldiers to provide medical treatment to the wounded are the IDF’s paramedics, who are often female soldiers. Noam and Chen entered into Gaza with infantry troops with one mission: to treat injured soldiers and save as many lives as possible.

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An inside look at the harrowing work of treating injured soldiers and saving as many lives as possible.



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