Gilad (Gili), son of Shoshana and Mordechai was born on 19.1.1953 in Tel Aviv. He studied at Ilanot Elementary School in Ramat Aviv, then went on to study at the Municipal High School in the Electronic Mathematics and completed his studies at Taft School in Los Angeles, California. In elementary school he was an outstanding student. He was one of the members of the various committees in the school and participated in the organization of various factories. According to his teacher, he was loved by his teachers and friends. The will to do was always in him, and he was always ready to reach out to the friend and lend a hand to the failure. His notes in the school newspaper showed signs of an older person. In high school he was a member of the student council of the school and a member of the Tel Aviv Municipality’s Central Student Council. In 1969, his family traveled to the United States. In spite of the difficulties he encountered when he arrived there, he quickly acclimated himself, acquired many friends and successfully completed his high school studies. His teacher wrote about him, he was a diligent student, intelligent and diligent, and chose to study in the most difficult courses. Gilad was a member of the Scouts movement, served as a counselor and member of various committees and assumed various organizational roles. In all of these he excelled in initiative and dedication without limit. He was a sports fan and excelled in running and basketball; he did a lot of photography and devoted his spare time to trips and tours around the country. He was a member of the Gadna and was an outstanding trainee in the battalion commanders’ course, and he was honest, fair and gentle, and he excelled in love, warmth and understanding for every person. He was always patient, patient and tolerant of others, naturally thirsty and always wanted to learn new things and get to know new people, his face was friendly and he could always smile, even in moments of distress. During his studies, he also worked extensively on behalf of Israel and helped Jewish organizations there during his studies Yeta wrote: “Gilad was consistent in his actions. He was proud of his Jewishness and his Israeliness. He devoted great efforts to excellence in his studies, and in this way raised the Israel Foundation and its honor. Gilad was drafted into the IDF in early August 1972 and volunteered for the Armored Corps. After basic training, he took a course in reconnaissance patrols and a course for APC drivers. His commanding officer in the Sayeret testified to him, who was daring and resourceful in every situation. He was endowed with great physical strength, devotion and devotion. He never demanded of others but of himself. His friends in Sayeret wrote about him: “He was a kind of symbol and example of his friends, with his great willpower and good temperament, he was an excellent soldier, neat and clean, Gilad was a good friend and a loyal friend.” During the Yom Kippur War, Gilad took part in the battles against the Syrians on the Golan Heights front. On the 13th of Tishrei 5734 (October 9, 1973), in the village of Bukata, his armored personnel carrier was hit by gunfire from the ambush and he was killed on the spot and was brought to eternal rest in the Kiryat Shaul cemetery, leaving behind a father, mother and sister.