Via the IDF blog:
The beret march of the all-Druze Herev Battalion is unlike any
other in the IDF. It’s a long march not through the wilderness, but
through the lands they defend, and the villages of their families.
The Herev Battalion is unique in the IDF. It’s fighters are all Druze,
all from the same community, and nearly all from the northern Galilee.
The march itself snakes through the seven villages where most of the
soldiers are from. They stop in each village where their families wait
to cheer them on, and lay out a smorgasbord of food, coffee and tea.
Check it out: