With a new precision rocket battalion also coming into service soon, the Artillery Corps, which maintains the Ground Forces’ only drone unit, is hoping that its growing role will attract more young recruits. On Tuesday, the Corps is set to learn how many Israeli youths from the November round of draftees signed up with the Artillery Corps.

“We’re investing a lot to bring combat soldiers to us,” Brig.-Gen. Roy Riftin, Chief Artillery Corps Officer, told the Jerusalem Post this week.
“We want those in the Corps to feel that they’re where they want to be, and for them to spread the word and bring more friends,” Riftin added.  […]