A relatively new unit, Maglan was founded in 1986, but its existence was only declassified in 2006. Very little is known about the unit, only that the force performs top secret operations behind enemy lines, deep within hostile territory.
Keeps Maglan's designated missions a secret and gives no information about it or the operations in which the unit takes part. The secretive unit has clocked-up countless hours of high-risk operations conducted well behind enemy linesmost of which have never been declassified. Although the operators in the unit wear a red beret, brown combat boots and conduct basic training at one of the paratroopers. Bases, they are not part of the Paratroop Brigade. Much like Sayeret Matkal, Maglan reports to the IDF's General Staff.
And not to one of its regional commands. The unit was active in southern Lebanon. During the South Lebanon conflict.
And carried out numerous successful missions against Hezbollah. It took part in hundreds of missions in the West Bank.
On 19 July a force from the unit seized a fortified Hezbollah dugout adjacent to the Shaked post; two IDF soldiers and five Hezbollah operatives were killed in the battle. Later on in the war, saw the unit embedded along the western coastal strip of Lebanon. Where they destroyed 150 Hezbollah. Targets, forty of which were rocket launchers.
Maglan oversaw the destruction of command sites, trucks, caches of ammunition and infrastructure. Their activities reduced rocket fire on Israel's northern towns by about 40%. The unit took part in combat in the Gaza Strip. On 30 July 2014, three Maglan soldiers, St. Omer Hay (21) and St. Guy Algranati (20) were killed and 15 others wounded by explosions in a booby-trapped tunnel shaft dug by Hamas.
It was awarded a Chiefs of Staff Citation for its activities in Operation Protective Edge in 2015. On July 12 2018, Maglan snipers. Won the IDF International Sniping Competition, overcoming units such as Sayeret Matkal.
And US Army Snipers School. On August 2 2020 the unit ambushed and killed four militants in southern Golan Heights. While the latter were deploying IEDs.
Maglan commandos training in the desert. Recruits train extensively for 18 months in what is considered to be one of the most challenging training courses in the IDF. The trainees first go through 6 months of basic and advanced infantry training within the Paratroopers Brigade. The soldiers then must complete a 60 km (37 mi) beret march (Hebrew: Masa Kumta) to Maglan's base to continue their training.
The recruits go through courses in navigation, camouflage, observation, specialized warfare, and special operational devices. Physical standards are high, with candidates required to carry equipment weighing about 70% of their body mass over several dozen kilometers. About two-thirds of the candidates drop out due to the harsh nature of the program. Each recruit also goes through the IDF's commander's course. Towards the end of training, the recruits learn specific skills according to the speciality of their unit. The end of training ceremony is held secretly and closed to the public. Original Adi rezin band >signes of usage. Not tested for a water resistance.
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- Model: Adi Israeli IDF military Maglan 212 Special force
- Department: Men
- Case Color: Gray
- Chronograph Type: Chronograph
- Age Group: Adult
- Complications: Alarm
- Case Material: Stainless Steel
- Movement: Quartz
- Type: Wristwatch
- Bezel Color: Gray
- Dial Color: grey
- Band Color: Black
- Reference Number: 221
- Display: Digital
- Brand: ADI
- Water Resistance: 200 m (20 ATM)
- Style: Diver
- Band Material: Resin
- Features: Chronograph