Son of Chaya and Zvi. He was born on December 2, 1967 in Jerusalem. The eldest son of his parents. He attended the “State of the Boys” elementary school in Uziel and continued his studies at the Himmelfarb High School. He was a member of the Bnei Akiva youth movement and at the same time active in the Gadna-Air, because of his strong desire to be a pilot in the Israel Air Force, where he took part in classes and camps held at air force bases and developed significant friendships with many secular members. In January 1986, in the middle of the sabbatical year, he returned to Israel, enlisted in the IDF, and was assigned to serve in the IDF. in the air Force. He volunteered for an aviation course and studied for about five months. He later volunteered to serve in the paratroopers. On September 15, 1988, Amir was killed in an accident in a training area in the vicinity of the Beit Guvrin caves and was brought to rest, World at the Military Cemetery at Mount Herzl in Jerusalem. He was promoted to lieutenant after his fall. Survived by his parents, sister Efrat and brother Alon. In a letter of condolence to the bereaved family, his commander wrote: “Despite the brief period in which he stayed with us, we learned to cherish his Yaffa qualities, his great energy, determination and devotion to the goal, on the one hand, and his human attitude and concern for his subordinates, on the other. Of a brave and energetic fighter. “His teacher from the Himmelfarb School wrote about his desire for perfection, for his strong desire to succeed and for being a person of truth and faith, who has a passion for knowledge and love for the land. Members of the community of the “Menahem Zion” synagogue in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem commemorated his memory in a Beit Midrash that was opened in his name. His paratroopers in the Paratroopers Brigade published a memorial booklet in his memory, including memoirs and photographs. The Zalman Shazar Center for the History of the Jewish People, run by his father, devoted a series of historical novels to young people in memory of Lt. Amir Yekutiel, and published a collection of articles on “The sanctity of life and the courage of Jewish history and Jewish thought” Avi Ravitzky and Prof. Yeshayahu Gafni, where his soldiers erected a monument in his memory.