IDF Women Train with Humvees, Armored Vehicles at Military Base: Army's Female Soldiers Drive
During military operations, when humvees, tanks, or armored vehicles are in service, it is often assumed that the ones driving them are men. But in Israel, the IDF trains women to do the job as well. Not only do these women ride humvees, they train to steer these enormous military vehicles in the battlefield. The girls train for weeks and receive a special driving license by the army. They learn to drive under difficult conditions, in the sand, on the rocks, in open space and in urban settings. They then commit to returning to their positions on reserve duty as well. And as for the difference between male and female drivers. Sivan Raviv, JN1, Israel.