Aharon (Aharonchik), son of Frieda and Mendel Moravsky, was born on December 22, 1924 in the city of Pruzhany, Poland. In 1935, at the age of 11, he immigrated to Israel with his parents. He supported his old parents and cared for them with all his strength. As a teenager Aharon joined the Haganah and was an active and loyal member of all its activities. In 1946 he was wounded in one of the operations when his unit left for a tour and encountered an Arab gang. Aharon did not wait until he recovered and limped back to his position. From time to time he took various weapons and tools that Haganah needed, from the British army warehouses. He was also active in aiding illegal immigrants on the shores of the country and installing rope bridges to help them reach the shore. Because the immigrants were afraid to cross the bridges, Aharon had to carry the people on his back. He was a member of a sabotage unit called “Nili” and was active in the Jaffa area, Hatikva neighborhood and Kfar Salameh. During the entire period of his participation in the battles, Aharon did not visit his parents’ home or demand a vacation. Only when his friend was wounded and transferred to a hospital in Tel Aviv did Aharon come to the city and stayed at his friend’s bed. On this occasion, he also visited his parents. In response to their demand that he stay for a few days at home, he replied: “Now is not the time to sit with your arms folded, the situation is too severe.” That same day Aharon left the house to join his regiment in the 7th Brigade, in Hulda. At night he took part in Operation son of-Nun Bet, the second attack on the Legion in Latrun, in an attempt to break through the road to Jerusalem. There was a force that broke into the Latrun police force, but withdrew in the face of fierce opposition from the enemy. It was in this battle that Aharon fell, on the 21st of Iyar, May 30, 1948. On the 25th of Cheshvan 5710 (17.11.1949) he was laid to rest in the military cemetery on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem.