A woman and her dog -- guarding the Jewish state

Treger, William
August 2012
Washington Jewish Week;8/16/2012, Vol. 48 Issue 33, p3
The article features Sergeant Nikoline, one of the elite canine Oketz Unit of the Israeli Defense Forces, and her Belgian Shepherd Kita. She states that being a fighter does not frighten her or any of the girls in the unit. She mentions that when she was a child, they would go to Israel every summer to visit her grandparents in the kibbutz. She notes that she is pleased with her decision to become a fighter and her parents are also proud of her.


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