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I'm waiting for [personal profile] ernads to get off the bus in my parents' car, she phones to say the bus is getting close, so I move out to where the buses usually stopped. There were soldiers waiting around- from the equipment I knew they were going out to the op, not much else. I tagged the soft voices as "not Givaati or Golani" and not much more, but something still felt Off, then I caught one of the berets, Nachal, and everything clicked.

Date: 2012-11-16 05:36 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] needled_ink_1975
I've still got Nachal T-shirts (don't wear 'em, just keep 'em; they're still falling apart), and beret badges, and one of the *old* ('90s) shoulder tags. When I left, at the airport, Shabak asked me a million questions about my shirt and the pins and the tag on my carry-on luggage. Can you guess? Those lovable little bastards set me up. First call I made back to Israel, I got this: "Nic, how many questions did Shabak ask you?"

I hope they stay safe tonight.

You and Shiri, and your families, keep safe, please.


Date: 2012-11-16 07:04 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] ernads
Thanks hon, will do out best.

I am taking this worse than Opher. Have some unpleasant memories from the war in 2006, as our city was heavily targeted. But it will be OK.

Date: 2012-11-17 12:34 pm (UTC)
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Oh, your BFFs were Nachlawim? This explains so, so much.


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