Two IDF officers were censured on Sunday following a review of a September attack by the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah on an Israeli military vehicle near the northern town of Avivim.
IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kohavi has also called for a disciplinary meetings for two others.
The military noted that a “severe operational error” occurred during the attack, namely that an ambulance was given access to a road that was under threat by Hezbollah operatives.
“At the same time, the chief of staff determined that the entrance of a military vehicle to travel on a roadway that is [under threat] by an anti-tank guided missile by the enemy constituted a severe operational error,” the army said.
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