The Israel Defense Forces’ database of the countrys military personnel is now open to the public, as of Thursday.
The Defense Ministry said in a statement on Thursday that the database was built in the late 1980s and was made available to foreign military contractors in 2007.
The IDF uses the database to track personnel and their assignments.
“The IDF’s CSUsm is a database of information about military personnel and equipment used in the defense of the state and its citizens, and it provides a unique opportunity to learn about the performance of Israeli troops and their capabilities,” the ministry said.
The database, known as the “S-4,” allows anyone to search for individuals, positions and military units.
The database is part of a larger database called “DAM” that is maintained by the Israeli military.
The DAM database is now available for anyone to download for free.
The information is based on personnel who have been killed, wounded or missing since the war in Gaza in 2014.
The IDF does not have a civilian-run database for its soldiers.
In the 1990s, it created a database that contained information about civilians, but it was not public, until 2014.
Since then, thousands of soldiers have died in combat and hundreds have been wounded in the conflict, according to the IDF.
Israel’s Defense Ministry did not respond to a request for comment.