Ben and Assi and Zion. He was born on the 13th of Av 5713 (13.7.1953) in Moshav Yatzitz, the only child of four sisters, and began his studies at the elementary school in Moshav and continued at the “Certified Teachers Center” high school in Rehovot and the boarding school in Petah Tikva His family describes him as a loving, caring, attentive person, who places a supportive hand where necessary and where possible, always supports and always helps. He completed his high school studies as part of the military studies of the Ordnance Corps, where he acquired his first profession – a mechanic from the Armored Corps. Haim joined the IDF in October 1971. In 1975, he joined the IDF’s Ordnance Corps, first in the Lettze camp and later in the Syrkin camp, and underwent a long series of courses and advanced studies And was active in the operation of the Litani and the Lebanon War, and took an active part in the preparation of the forces for the missions, and Haim was married to Hanna and they had three sons: Assaf, Avichai and Uri. And examining armored personnel carriers. There he also took a parachuting course. Four years later he went to an officer’s course, and upon his successful completion he returned to the Paratroopers Brigade for the position of ordnance officer in Battalion 890, and served with the regiment in Israel and Lebanon. He then served in Beit Zayit and returned to Syrkin. His commanders over the years often referred to the periodic assessments as “a veteran and experienced officer who creates a positive atmosphere”, “participated in an operational exercise and in his field had a great influence on the success of the exercise. Twenty-six years of service spread over a similar number of stations and units in which he served. Haim completed his studies for matriculation in 1992 and passed an advanced officer’s course of the Ordnance Corps. “Every officer must learn that his soldiers are his most precious resource, that with them he will succeed, or because he did not invest in them, a commander will know what happens to each of his subordinates, what interests them, what bothers them, , Will not help to avoid dealing with problems, will help his commanders and sometimes provide him with psychological support, either through himself or through professional elements, and will provide the necessary education to the soldiers in addition to their responsibility and leadership … They are the same commanders who , Reliability and skill. ” In 1995, concurrently with the service, Haim successfully completed engineering studies in the industrial and management track. His wife, Chana, says: “He did not ask for help, did not share everything on his own, and he was always happy, always happy for him, and did not like to burden the other. We will always remember his smile, his kindness, the gentleness of the soul, even in moments of anger he always knew how to communicate with people and it is hard to find, even for a small reason, to be angry with him “His peace of mind created a good and comfortable atmosphere everywhere.” Major Chaim Frig went to his world on the 17th of Nisan 5757 (24.4.1997). He was forty-four when he died. He was laid to rest in the Netanya military cemetery. Survived by a wife, three sons, a mother and four sisters. His commander in the Haifa district, where he served in his last years, wrote to his mother: “I want to tell you a little about your son, Major Chaim, as we knew him.He is a professional and decent officer, an honest and friendly man, caring and disciplined, a Zionist who contributed most of his life as an adult in the service of the IDF in the combat units and in the first line. ” And to the family, to Hannah and to the children, he wrote: “All consolation can perhaps only ease, but certainly not return the precious loss that has been lost … Loving and caring. ” In honor of the family, Major General Gideon Sheffer said: “Major Haim Frig served in the IDF career service, and saw his service as a mission and carried it with dedication and love. And to nurture his spirit, when the good of the state is in his eyes. The contribution of his life was great. The mission of his life was cut short upon his death. The IDF will preserve its memory. ” The family commemorated the second anniversary of his death, the erection of a memorial wall and the introduction of a Torah scroll to the synagogue in Moshav Yatzitz. “He walks uprightly and works righteous, and speaks truth in his heart, not a foot on his tongue, he did not do evil to the other, and he did not bear any harm to his neighbor.