Sharon Afek is the current chief military advocate general of the Israel Defense Forces, appointed in October 2015. After receiving his law degree from Tel Aviv University School of Law, Afek joined the Military Advocate General Corps, beginning his career in the International Law Department of the unit, he fulfilled various senior positions in the Military Advocate General Corps, including the deputy head of the International Law Department, the Air Force District Attorney, the legal advisor for Judea and Samaria Area and the deputy military advocate general. Afterwards, he served as the commander of the interservice “Afek” course of the IDF's Staff and Command College. On October 22, 2015, Afek was promoted to the rank of Aluf and appointed chief military advocate general. On July 12, 2018, Afek was promoted to the rank of major general from IDF chief of staff Gadi Eisenkot. Afek graduated cum laude with an LLB degree from Tel Aviv University and completed his master's degree in law, summa cum laude, at Tel Aviv University.
Afek holds a master's degree, cum laude, in national security studies from Haifa University. Additionally, he attended the Senior Executives in State and Local Government program at Harvard University. In an interview to Israel Bar association official magazine, Sharon Afek revealed he is gay, making him the first member of high command and the most senior Israeli military officer to come out. Sexual orientation and gender identity in the Israeli military
KMGU is a Soviet munitions dispenser similar to the British JP233 and the German MW-1. It can be carried by most Soviet and Russian attack aircraft, including the MiG-23, the MiG-27, the MiG-29, the Su-22, the Su-24, the Su-25, the Su-27, the Su-30, the Su-34 and the Mi-24, Ka-50 and the Ka-52 attack helicopter; the cylindrical aluminum fuselage is divided into 8 sections, each has its own pneumatically opened doors. It can be filled with: 96 AO-2,5RT 2.5 kilogram-mass high explosive mines 96 PTM-1 anti-tank mines 156 PFM-1S minesKMGU-2 is an advanced version of the system. Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons restricts usage of such weapon systems. Soviet Union Russian Federation JP233 MW-1 K/YBS500 TL500 КМГУ at the Sky Corner site KMG-U – janes.com