The First Woman to Be Appointed Military Secretary to the Presidency in Israel

Major General N, goes down in history as the first woman to be appointed to the post of military secretary of Israeli President Isaac Herzog.

President Herzog has made it clear he intends to nominate a woman for the post, with Defense Minister Benny Gantz and Israeli Defense Forces chief Lieutenant General Aviv Kohavi agreeing to the appointment.

The 40-year-old, a resident of central Israel, will be the first woman to serve in the post of military secretary in the office of the President of Israel. Upon taking office, N will be promoted to Brigadier General.

ā€˜Nā€™ will replace Brigadier General Alaa Abu-Rukun, who has served in the post for the past three years.

N, who is a senior intelligence officer, has served in Israeli security forces for 22 years, holding various positions.

The military officer, married and has two children, also holds a degree in Middle Eastern history.

Congratulating N., Herzog said he would be welcomed into the Presidential Advisory Group, as his professionalism enhances the office of the President, the Defense Forces and for the nation of Israel.

Herzog thanked Abu-Rukun for his service at the Presidential Palace and for his exemplary contribution to the defense forces and the nation of Israel.