Commanders of Hanan Maman, the soldier who died after jumping on moving train were dismissed for allowing their soldiers to hold party against Military Regulations.
Squadron has history of booze-related accidents
By Yossi Yehoshua
Four days after the death of a Navy combatant who fell off a moving train, it has been revealed that the previous night soldiers from his squadron held a booze party against protocol.
Navy commander Maj.-Gen. Ram Rotberg has decided to dismiss the soldiers’ ranking officer, a captain, and his deputy, Yedioth Ahronoth reported Monday.
Hanan Maman was killed Thursday after he jumped on a moving train in the hopes of retrieving a forgotten backpack. Continue Reading »