ב"ה
Sunday, 22 Elul, 5779
  |  September 22, 2019

First Bearded US Air Force Officer

Seattle Shliach Rabbi Elie Estrin graduated at the Maxwell Air Force base in Montgomery, Alabama as the first bearded officer in the United States Air Force. Full Story

Women’s Global Call for Chof Av

Next Story »

Locals Reach Out to Rep. Clarke

21
Opinions and Comments

To keep track of your comments, follow a conversation or flag a comment Login
avatar
  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
Zalmi Thaler
Guest
Zalmi Thaler

Your efforts payed off. Congratulations!

Kol Hakavod
Guest
Kol Hakavod

So proud to see frum yidden serving the the armed forces. It is a real kiddush Hashem.

Go Estrins!!
Guest
Go Estrins!!

So proud of you guys!
Your fans in Chicago

YAH!
Guest
YAH!

GO RABBI!!!!

Beautiful
Guest
Beautiful

The Rebbe is proud! May you have much success in your Shlichus

Baruch Rubinstein
Guest
Baruch Rubinstein

Although I don’t know you personally, my connection with your parents go way back to Providence, RI I am very proud of your tremendous accomplishments. May you have continued success and bring nachas to the Rebbe & to your parents. B’zchus zeh, may your father be well and have arichas yomim.

...so
Guest
...so

now his children have to be at least General in Tzivos Hashem

Kol hakovod
Guest
Kol hakovod

I am very impressed
It’s definitely not easy but the kiddush hashem will have a very positive impact

BH
Guest
BH

Mazal Tov

great shliach and shlucha
Guest
great shliach and shlucha

so warm and dedicated, the Air Force will only gain

Always an inspiration!
Guest
Always an inspiration!

Eli has been a Dugma Chaya since he was a bochur.
I was proud to call him a friend, even before he completed this incredible venture.
Keep rocking Eli!
-Eli Spalter

Moshe & Laurie in Georgia
Guest
Moshe & Laurie in Georgia

Way to go, Elie! The Air Force is lucky to have Captain Estrin in their Officer Corps! Yasher Koach…such a kiddush Hashem!

Wow!
Guest
Wow!

That’s truly amazing, what a Kiddush Hashem and Lubavitch.

Yasher Koach Chaplain Estrin!
Guest
Yasher Koach Chaplain Estrin!

When my husband, Yeshaya, served as the only frum Air Force Chaplain in Europe during the 1970’s, he was not permitted to have a beard. As a reserve chaplain, he was ordered to take off his yalmulke. I am so happy that the situation has changed for you. I am confident that you will make a real Kiddush Hashem! Mrs. Penina Metal

Very Proud
Guest
Very Proud

keep it up

HATZLACHAH
Guest
HATZLACHAH

HATZLACHAH AND ONLY BLESSINGS FOR REVEALED GOONESS

 from Aunt Eloise and Uncle Marvin
Guest
from Aunt Eloise and Uncle Marvin

You have made history! We are proud and happy for you and look forward to hearing how you have put your military achievements to good use.

Did it Start with Skydiving?!
Guest
Did it Start with Skydiving?!

Wow! Did accepting the challenge from a student that he’ll put on tefillin if he joins him in skydiving, lead to this??
Go R’ Elie! a dugma chaya of Lechatchila Ariber!!!

Aaron
Guest
Aaron

BS”D
if you only knew the pleasure in reading only positive comments-on High, to the Rebbe and to us plain folk

Very proud to view such an accomplishment

Chanukah card project for US troops
Guest
Chanukah card project for US troops

https://www.facebook.com/Chanukahcards4troops

My daughter and her friend collect Chanukah cards for the troops. They would be honored to send cards to you!

Former R.I. Counsellor
Guest
Former R.I. Counsellor

Shepping nachas!

X