Bar-Sever (Borovsky), Ehud
Ehud, son of Rina and Ze’ev, was born in Kibbutz Alonim on July 18, 1947. He studied at the Tzahala elementary school and continued at the Alliance High School in Tel Aviv and after one year went to study at the military boarding school in Haifa Ehud was a member of the third generation of defenders and fighters, and his father, a colonel in the reserves, served in the Hagana and the regular army. From childhood, Ehud was educated in the tradition of work and defense, and since, apart from being an attentive and quick learner, he was also independent in his way of life and knew how to fulfill his wishes, decided to prepare himself And life through military boarding school. At that time, did his army in East Africa on a mission, and though he was alone, he successfully completed his studies at school. His classmates remember him as a student full of vitality and activism. It had the same wonderful blend of innocence, unique to very young people, with seriousness, seriousness and decisiveness. His teachers appreciated the clarity of his mind and his special ability to simplify complicated things, while his friends loved to be with him and enjoy his witty humor and the good atmosphere around him. Ehud was able to appreciate his talents and his choice of military life, like his father, and revealed all the treasures that were hidden in him. Ehud was drafted into the IDF in early October 1965 and joined the Golani Brigade, where he was assigned to the Barak Battalion as a squad commander and began to move quickly on the command ladder, He took part in the course for mortar officers and participated in the Six Day War in the bloody battle of Tel Faher in which he was found to be a gifted commander and an excellent fighter. This assessment is very high, according to the periodic reporting forms used by the IDF. They noted him as having outstanding success in the field of control and leadership and with excellent perception and resourcefulness. He was defined as a dedicated and responsible officer and very efficient in every situation. His professional knowledge was considered excellent and his attitude toward his subordinates, friends, and trust and confidence. After completing his platoon and platoon training course, he participated in the battles of the War of Attrition in all areas of Beit Shean, the Suez Canal and the retaliation operations in Lebanon, where he married Carmela Rotman, a daughter of Rehovot, and established his home. Brigade commander and commander of a company in the course of class commanders. In 1970 he was transferred to the IDF Officers School, the IDF Officers School, and then to the company’s deputy commander, who moved to Mitzpeh Ramon, where his daughter Tal was born. He served for several years in Training Base 1 and played a central role in advancing the officers’ school and developing infantry combat doctrine. His last job was to serve as the head instructor’s assistant at another training camp, and on the recommendation of his commander he was sent on a mission to the United States, where he succeeded in his job and acquired many friends who have maintained close ties with his widow. He enrolled in geography and political science at Bar-Ilan University, but the Yom Kippur War cut short his plans. During the Yom Kippur War, Ehud participated in the battle of containment and the breakthrough in the Golan Heights, first as an improvised force and from the third day of the war, as deputy commander of the Barak Battalion. He commanded the force of the intersection at Beit-Jan and for three days in a row he carried out heavy counter-attacks of forceSyrian commandos and commandos. On October 23, 1973, one hour before the cease-fire came into effect, Ehud was hit by a shell and killed. He was brought to eternal rest in the cemetery in Kiryat Shaul. Survived by a pregnant wife and daughter Tal, his second daughter, Yael, was born a week after his fall, parents, sister and brother.