The Squadron Crew

Get to know The Squadron crew. This team will guide you and ensure an enjoyable and memorable experience!

Coral Alon

Director of Business Development, Israel. Coral held various operational positions within the IAF. Her most recent position was that of an operational spokeswoman for the air force which she continues in reserves. Coral holds an LLB degree.

Colonel (res.), Kobi Regev

Founder and CEO of The Squadron. Father to Ilay, Itai, and Alon with wife, Idmit. Now a colonel in reserves, Kobi commanded two F-16 fighter squadrons, helped establish the “Emek” (valley) squadron, and held various operational command and senior management positions during his time in the Israeli Air Force. His most recent position was that of IDF attaché and representative of the Israeli Ministry of Defense to Italy, Switzerland, Serbia, and Croatia. In reserves, Kobi instructs at the IAF Flight School, is an IAF headquarters control room commander, and is a spokesperson for the IAF emergency force. He holds an MA in Global Strategy from the U.S. Air Force University.

Colonel (res.), Ariel Brikman

V.P. Israel Operations. Ariel served as the commander of an operational IAF base and as commander of two F-16 combat squadrons. In the reserves, he serves as an instructor in the flight academy, advisor in the IAF squadron commanders training, and director in the evaluation centers of the IAF. Ariel is one of the founders of Ramon foundation (in memory of Ilan & Asaf Ramon). He holds a Master’s degree in Strategy Studies and is a graduate of the High Impact Leadership course, Columbia University, New York.

Idmit Regev

Co-founder and interior designer of The Squadron. Idmit served as a welfare officer and public relations officer in the Israeli Air Force. She has spent the last 13 years holding various management positions. She holds a degree in design from the University of Quasar in Rome and a BA and MA in Research Communication from Ben Gurion University.

Brigadier General (res.), Ilan Boger

V.P. Online Operations. Ilan served as the commander of an operational IAF airbase and as a commander of an F-16 combat squadron. In his last position, Ilan was head of personnel of the Israel Air Force. He serves in the reserves as an instructor in the IAF flight academy.
Ilan holds a Master’s degree in Strategy Studies and is a graduate of the High Impact Leadership course, Columbia University, New York.

Brigadier General (res.), Erez Ron

Manager, The Squadron – Organizations. Erez commanded the Nevatim AFB as well as a combat squadron during his service in the Israeli Air Force. Now in reserves, Erez has a senior operational role and is regularly involved in operational activities. He holds an MBA from Tel Aviv University.

Brigadier General (res.), Ronen Dan

Facilitator of development workshops. During his service in the IAF, Ronen commanded the Hatzor and Tel Nof airfields as well as two fighter squadrons. On his last assignment, Ronen served as the air force attaché to Washington. In reserves, he is an instructor at the flight academy and during emergencies, serves in the IAF operational control center.
Ronen has since served as VP of the Intelligence Division at Elbit Systems and as CEO of Kim Nir airlines. He holds a Masters degree in Business Administration from the Kellog/Recanati program and a Bachelors degree in Industrial Engineering and Management.

Brigadier General (res.), Ori Seiffert (Zippo)

Development workshop specialist. During his tenure in the Israeli Air Force, Zippo was the commander of two F-15 squadrons and two air force bases, Ramon and Tel Nof. Now in reserve duty, Zippo instructs at the flight academy and serves in the IAF operational command center.

Colonel (res.), D

Development Workshops specialist. During his service in the Israeli Air Force, Colonel D served in a variety of command and management positions. In his last assignment, he headed the Department of Development and Empowerment of Air Defense Capabilities. Today he is a mentor, personal trainer, and development workshop facilitator. In reserves, D serves as a navigator and commander of an IAF operational control center. He holds a Bachelors degree in Law and Business Administration and graduated from the Executive MBA program from Bar Ilan University.

Colonel (res.), M

Development Workshop specialist. During his service in the Israeli Air Force, M commanded two combat squadrons and in his last position, commanded the IAF Flight School. In reserves he serves as an pilot and commander of an operational control center. He holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Science and in Law from the University of Haifa as well as an MA in Conflict Management and Negotiations from Bar Ilan University.

Colonel (res.), Amir Harpaz

Development Workshop specialist. During his service in the Israeli Air Force, Amir commanded the Nevatim AFB as well as two different combat squadrons. Additionally, he served as the head of the air force’s Intelligence Research Department. He is currently the principal of Misgav High School. In reserves he is an instructor at the IAF flight school and commander of an operational control center. He holds a degree in physics from The Technion, a Masters degree in Political Science from the National Security College, and a teaching certificate from Beit Berl.

Major (res.), R

Manager of Training and Youth Development. R managed the operational training and credentialing of young pilots, instructed at the IAF flight school, and held various other operational duties during her military service. Now in reserves, she is a C-130 captain in the “Elephants” squadron. R holds a Bachelors degree in Economics and Management.

Anna Zatsepa

Customer development. Anna is an experienced financial consultant. She holds a degree in economics and management from Tel Aviv University. She served as a military inspector during her IDF service.

Hadar Galron

Operations Administrator – Glilot. Hadar served as an operational clerk at the Hatzor AFB before becoming an F-16 squadron operations officer at Ramat David AFB, a role which she continues in reserve duty.

Coby Citron

Customer Success Manager. During his military service, Coby worked as an F-35 maintenance manager from the IDF headquarters. Coby holds a degree in business management from The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya.

Deen Ziderman

Simulator instructor. During her military service, Deen served as a UAV simulator instructor and later, flight simulator officer. In addition, she serves in reserves as simulator instructor instructor and reports to the IAF headquarters. She has extensive experience in mentoring and managing.

Ofek Vaknin

Simulator instructor. During her military service, Ofek served as an F-16 simulator instructor and commanded the instructor’s training course. In reserves, she serves as an officer in the northern command. Ofek has extensive experience in mentoring, managing, and instruction. She is a graduate of the “Bnei-Tzion” preparatory program.

Emma Estrache

Simulator Instructor. Emma served at the Hatzor Airbase as an F-16 simulator instructor during her service in the IAF. She is a graduate of an IDF preparatory course for youth leadership named after Yitzhak Rabin. Emma continues to serve at Hatzor Airbase during reserve duty as a simulator instructor.

Shira Yoran

Simulator instructor. During her IAF service, she served as a simulator instructor on the T-6 from Hatzerim AFB. A graduate of the “Garin Tzameret” year of service, Shira serves as a weapons officer in the southern command in reserves.

Ifat Vider

Simulator instructor. During her service in the IAF, Ifat served at the Palmachim AFB as a UAV simulator instructor. She is a graduate of the “Garin Shachar” year of service.

Netta Zvulun

Simulator instructor. During her IAF service she served as an F-15 simulator instructor at Hatzor AFB, and later at the Hatzerim flight school as a commander at the instructor training center. Netta serves as a weapons officer in the northern command in reserves.

May Yona

Simulator instructor. During her service in the IAF, she served at the Palmachim and Ramat David AFBs as a UAV simulator instructor for both an operational and training squadron. In reserves, May is a simulator instructor at Ramat David.

Rotem Dror

Simulator instructor. During her military service in the air force, Rotem served at the Nevatim AFB as an F-35 simulator instructor. Rotem continues to serve as a simulator instructor at Nevatim and in another position within the munitions department while in the reserves.

Amit Benaim

Simulator instructor. Amit served at both the Ovda and Hatzor AFBs as a mission control simulator instructor. As part of her service, Amit helped establish the IAF’s newest simulators.

Inbar Reingold

Simulator instructor. Inbar served at the Palmachim AFB as a UAV simulator instructor throughout her service in the IAF. In reserves, Inbar is continuing as a UAV simulator instructor at Palmachim and as a mission simulator instructor at the IDF headquarters.

Noa Eldar

Simulator instructor. During her time in the IAF, Noah served as an Aeromacchi M-346 instructor in the IAF flight academy in addition to dealing with the certification of other instructors. She has been involved in teaching and training since a young age.

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