Eitan-Zvi, son of Alexandra and David (York), was born in Megiddo on September 10, 1952. He studied at the kindergarten and at the school in the kibbutz, and continued his post-primary studies at the Shomria Institute in Mishmar Ha’emek, He was born in the summer of 1971. Eitan was born a small and weak porter, who struggled for his life for three weeks, but ultimately he won the desire to live. … “And then his father would take him with his safe hands and he would be radiant with happiness, and after a while he got all his friends, and when he began to run around the kibbutz paths, playful, freckled, with blue eyes, When he was seven years old and his sister, Mira, three years old, the mother went to study at the nursing school next to Hasharon Hospital, where he was born and raised, His father played the role of father and mother together, and it was a difficult time for Eitan, the “big brother” who was often forced to give up and adapt to his younger sister, Mira, who was a diligent, ambitious and determined student. , Studies, sports, and any field that seems vital to him, “his family said. As he grew older, his character changed: from a mischievous, insecure child he became a serious, steady, balanced boy who knew the direction of his life. The “Shomria” institution in Mishmar Ha’emek revealed its realistic tendencies. Eitan was an excellent student, was interested in many areas and knew how to take advantage of every available minute. He loved sports in all its branches and participated in many competitions. Shira also read, and especially liked the work of Yehuda Amichai. He was also interested in history and the Bible, loved listening to good music and performing well, and was enthusiastic about the sound of Lalo Shifrin’s orchestra and the voice of Judy Collins, a young boy who was active in the Hashomer Hatzair movement and was involved in trips and trips, And paths hidden all over the country, and later became a mentor and did his work well.In the final stages of high school, he took part in a Technion youth course and chose to write a physics paper on “Foundations of Quantum Theory.” “His thesis was glorious work, His teachers testified, before he was drafted, he took external matriculation exams, and also worked in the farm barn Vinnie, intelligent and honest. He took care of the future of the industry and tried to get improvements made dairy farmers. Eitan was drafted into the IDF in early November 1971 and after basic training he wanted to join a combat unit. He passed pilot tests and decided to join the air force, but unfortunately he was late for the start of the course that took place in November. “Since he went to the army, we have carefully counted the days from vacation to vacation,” said his mother. Eitan asked about the life of the kibbutz, took care of Nava and Mira, asked to know what had happened at the Shomria Institute, and he did not say much about himself. “Eitan was a devoted soldier and later served as a guide in a reconnaissance course and a course for commanders. “Everything he took upon himself, he did flawlessly, wholeheartedly,” his friends in the unit said with appreciation and love. The day before the fighting broke out Eitan was urgently called to one of the training bases and the next day he was sent to the northern front. He served as a combat paramedic and treated the wounded soldiers with unparalleled devotion. On the 22nd of Tishrei 5734 (22.10.1973) he was injured while trying to rescue the wounded, while the other was on the Hermon post. When Major General Mordechai Gur gave a commendation to Eitan, the title of his heroic act was described as follows: “When Eitan heard that the company commander and the wounded man was running forward to take care of them,The fire of strength that is poured on the place. One of the soldiers tried to stop him, on the grounds that he had no chance of reaching the place because of enemy fire, but the late Staff Sergeant Eitan-Zvi Plonsky replied that it was his duty to treat the wounded and continued to move toward them. When he approached them he was hit in the head with a bullet and killed. In this act, St.-Sgt. Eitan-Zvi Plonsky discovered courage, devotion to the mission and brotherhood of fighters. “He was brought to eternal rest in the Megiddo cemetery, leaving behind his parents and two sisters. , Friends and bad guys in the Megiddo agriculture published a booklet, which included a discussion about Eitan’s unique character and path, as well as letters and poems written by him.