Ben Ludmila and his end. Ilya was born in Moldavia on 2 January 1979. In 1993 he immigrated to Israel with his parents and brother Alex, who was the driving force behind the idea of immigrating to Israel, and managed to sweep his parents despite the difficulties. Rodman High School Despite his language difficulties, he graduated cum laude and continued to study electronics engineering at the BA, where he graduated with honors. After graduation, Ilya was drafted into the armored corps in the Israel Defense Forces and served as a practical engineer. In February 2003, Ilya enlisted in the Tzalmon Prison to serve as a security guard. Later, he was assigned as a technology officer at the Kishon Detention Center, where he went on to the Officers Course on the Administration Track. At the same time, he began to study for a bachelor’s degree in psychology at the Open University, and in March 2010 he married Ilya Natali, whom he met in the military service, and they chose to settle in Nahariya, where he fell in the Carmel disaster on Thursday, 2.12.2010), a forest fire broke out on the always green Mount Caramel, and the fire, known as the “Carmel disaster”, was the largest in the country’s history, destroying a forest, grove and residential buildings in a large area of the Carmel Park and its surrounding communities. A thousand dunams and millions of trees were set on fire, about a third of the homes of Kibbutz Beit Oren went up in flames, and dozens of other houses in the village of Ein Hod and Kfar Hano In the hours after the fire broke out, strong winds blew the flames, which quickly spread to the area of Nahal Hik, the Har Alon reserve, Damon Prison, Shukf Mountain Nature Reserve and Kibbutz Beit Oren. The evacuation of Damon prison prisoners and then the Carmel Prison, for the purpose of which officers and policemen involved in blocking traffic routes, the fire fighters of the Firefighting and Rescue Service, and cadets and instructors of the IPS Officers’ Course, participated in the first class. At 15:30, the cadet bus moved between ancient quarries and Beit Oren, followed by police cars. Suddenly the wind changed its direction and began to send tongues of burning fire toward the bus, huge walls of fire blocking the traffic artery, holding on to everything and making every shred of life at top speed. Forty-four men and women perished in the fire. Thirty-seven of them were cadets of the prison officers’ course and the course’s commanders, the bus driver, three firemen and three police officers. Ilya was thirty-two years old when he fell. He was laid to rest in the military cemetery in Nahariya. Survived by a wife and son – Zvi Ilya.