(Worthy News) – Launching the process earlier than expected, Defense Minister Benny Gantz on Monday notified three senior Israeli generals that they are candidates to be the next commander of the Israel Defense Forces.
The tenure of the current IDF chief of general staff, Lt. Gen. Aviv Kohavi, is expected to end in January 2023. The position is a three-year post, though it can be extended by one, or in one rare occasion, two years. Most army chiefs serve for four.
Kohavi was named IDF chief in October 2018, three months before he entered the post. Before him, Gadi Eizenkot was named as the next chief in November 2015, also three months before entering the role. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]
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