Ben Tonia and Amnon. Born on 17.6.1968 in Kibbutz Karmia, he studied at the kibbutz elementary school and later completed his studies at the Shikma high school on Kibbutz Yad Mordechai. Nir was a nature lover, hiking and fishing. In the kibbutz he worked in the decorative industry, and the kibbutz members remember him: “A big boy, a young man, who walks on the lawn mower, walks with his bare feet on the pavements, glows at everyone.” “A broad-shouldered, golden-hearted man – the man of the place. He was very fond of his friends, who said: “He always helped friends, organizes trips to the sea, steaks, trips, fishing early in the morning – always the initiator.” Nir was drafted into the IDF in mid-February 1987 and assigned to the Armored Corps, where he was trained as a fighter and a tank commander course, and was assigned to the Armored Corps as a guide and his dedication and professionalism promoted and improved the level of training and training in the industry. Hundreds of IDF soldiers as tank drivers and armored personnel carriers, and received a certificate of appreciation from the commander of the Armored Corps School for “fulfilling his position with honors and being an example to his friends.” Nir also took great responsibility for the social life of his unit. The members of the unit testify that he also took care of the external appearance of the place On 27.7.1989, when he was training tank drivers during a night exercise, Nir fell in the line of duty and was brought to eternal rest in the military section of the cemetery in Kibbutz Carmia. After him, a father and two sisters, Yael and Deganit, said in his eulogy: “As a tank commander and a guide in the Armored Corps school, you were undoubtedly an exceptional commander. You were an example of your commanders and commanders. You have always volunteered, initiated, and spent days and nights training warriors in the Armored Corps. Above all, you were a real person and a friend. “Nir’s family, together with the Library of Poalim, published a children’s book in his memory -” Nir Chazak from Tank “, with stories about Nir in the army and on the kibbutz.