It’s hard to believe it’s been three decades since a soldier was first seen wearing an army fatigues jacket and a hammer on duty in the Israeli Defense Forces.
The first IDF fatigues jackets were worn by soldiers in the Second Lebanon War, the Israeli invasion of Lebanon in 2006 and the war in Gaza in 2008.
Then in 2012, a soldier in the elite forces E4 unit was seen wearing a uniform with a hammer attached to it.
The E4 units are specialized units that work in close coordination with other Israeli forces in a bid to prevent the spread of improvised explosive devices and other weapons of mass destruction.
The IDF is one of the few military services in the world that is still considered part of the US military.
The soldier’s outfit was first noticed by the Jerusalem Post in 2016.
The soldiers wearing the uniform were wearing the fatigues on duty, which they carried around with them on their backs.
The army is a separate military service, which is exempt from many of the military regulations and restrictions on dress and behavior, according to the IDF.
The uniform was purchased from an army store in Tel Aviv in 2012.
The hammer, however, has a different meaning in the IDF’s official uniform.
According to the military, it is used to attack objects that pose a threat to troops and their units.
The military said it was unclear whether the soldier had an axe or a weapon.
The department said in a statement that the soldier is “under investigation for wearing a weapon and wearing a hammer.”
It did not give further details about the investigation.
The article has been updated to include a statement from the IDF and an explanation of the hammer.