Son of Shalom and Miriam. He was born on Wednesday, 8 November 1937 in Vienna, the capital of Austria, during which he found shelter in one of the Red Cross houses in Budapest, but in 1949 he was brought to Israel by his family, (In Moshav Nir-Israel) The following year, the boy was accepted to the Nitzanim educational institution in the framework of Youth Aliyat, and during his stay there he was shaped and formed. He was also among the organizers of the Department of Aviation, an activity that made its mark on his subsequent activities, and was a diligent worker – and mainly paid for the field of floriculture and tractor work, He received his studies as a tractor engineer at one of the Jewish Agency’s tractor stations, his attraction to aviation, his joining the Gadna-Air, completing several courses, becoming a guide and even running a Gadna youth course. Dedication and seriousness. At the end of his basic training, he completed training courses for the Medical Corps and paratroopers. He participated in most of the IDF’s retaliation operations, including in Husan and Qalqiliya, and when the Sinai Campaign broke out, he was also among the fighters and on the 27th of March 1967 he fell in battle at the Mitla Pass. On the 28th of Tishrei 5758 (23.10.1957), he was transferred to eternal rest in the military cemetery on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem, and Uri Milstein’s book “Wars of the Paratroopers” was mentioned.