When I posted a simmilar article this was the point that stood out to me that disabled people are being helped to develop through this program. That will save so many people time and money helping these people out
Pvt. E never thought he'd join the army. As someone on the autism spectrum, he struggled with certain social situations and would get easily distracted. Now, at 19, he is serving in a sensitive intelligence unit in the Israeli military, working in software quality assurance and defying what he and many of those around him thought he could accomplish.
The IDF has developed into a more inclusive military. (Archive photo: IDF Spokesperson)
Some autistic soldiers serve in highly sensitive IDF intelligence units. (Archive photo: IDF Spokesperson)