Son of Avraham and Esther. He was born on April 20, 1948 in Tel Aviv. After graduating from the Ahad Ha’am elementary school, he attended high school and completed high school. He was drafted into the Navy in July 1966. He volunteered for the Navy’s submarine squadron and proved himself to be an excellent professional, dedicated and responsible, and in June 1967 he was ordained as a diver, went to England and joined the Dakar crew, where the submarine was renovated, Between Gibraltar and Israel, the connection was severed and was no longer renewed, on the 24th of Tevet 5728 (25.1.1968) The Chief Military Rabbinate determined that the date of Yuval’s death, in the course of carrying out his duties together with the rest, (January 30, 1968), since Yuval was one of the missing members of the team, he was placed with a memorial in the memorial to the people of Dakar in the military cemetery on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem. “Six days in Decker,” his picture was presented for the commemoration of his memory, and in the booklet “Sad Flowers”, which was published by the Municipal High School D in memory of his fallen soldiers, a few pages were dedicated to him on 28.5.1999, At the end of years of exploration, the INS Dakar submarine was found on the Mediterranean Sea floor at a depth of 2,900 meters on its planned sailing route and 250 miles from the port of Haifa. This fallen hero is a “maklan” – a hero whose burial place is unknown.