So Others May Live- The insider story of a special forces rescue paramedic
You will be sitting at the edge of your seat as author of best seller “From Zero to One hundred”, Guy M. divulges his one-of-a-kind, coming to age story as an elite combat paramedic in the IDF Unit 669. Using unclassified materials, Guy tells the intimate story of a special forces rescue team and how its members reach beyond what they thought was humanly possible, to perform acts of modern-day heroism.
Unit 669 soldiers are highly trained special forces, considered to be among the most physically and psychologically demanding units of the IDF. Due to the nature of the unit, the unit must be prepared for the most precarious situations, thus life and death decisions are often made under fire.
Guy’s compelling story unfolds throughout the lecture and includes personal observations and military insights into national rescue operations and cross border humanitarian efforts. The audience will be guided through dramatic rescues and covert operations by land and sea. The lecture weaves personal beliefs and experiences, with IDF values, and how to use these lessons to deal with dilemmas when reality surpasses all imagination.
Special Forces Combat Paramedic
Guy M is a fourth generation kibbutznik. And while not even 30 years old, he has served as a Special forces combat paramedic in the IDF elite 669 Airborne Rescue Unit, published the best-selling book “From Zero to One Hundred”, established non-profit organizations in developing countries and founded the Israeli Hub for Excellence and Leadership in Medicine, he writes for 2 of Israel’s leading newspapers and is the medical director of a start-up company. His full name has been censored by a special government committee.