After having breakfast, during the morning of Sunday 14 April we travelled to Hatzerim near Beer Sheba, passing the morning traffic of Tel Aviv. On arrival at Hatzerim, around 10.00 o’clock, we saw several Skyhawks returning to the base. The deal was to stop at the museum to drop off those that preferred going there and offer the others the opportunity to take pictures of the aircraft that were recovering. The approach is far from ideal at Hatzerim but you do not get to see and capture Israeli Air Force aircraft every day. Almost 75 sorties were flown in a three hour period by roughly 50 different fighters. The T-6 Efroni aircraft didn’t fly this day. Halfway during our stay the coach commuted from the approach to the museum so all had a choice on how to spend their day. Since operational activity stopped around 2 o’clock in the afternoon the final hours were spent in the museum by the entire group. Because of Soldiers Remembrance Day all restaurants were closed from 8 in the evening. We therefore enjoyed an early dinner in Beer Sheba before returning to our hotel in Netanya. The alarms went off throughout the entire country at 8 o’clock. It was an impressive sight to see live come to a standstill in whole of Israel. Even all traffic on the highway, including our coach, stopped. After a well-earned beer in the lobby of the hotel all went to bed early this evening!