Almog (Avrutski) Doron
Born: 1951
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Avrutsky Matityahu
 
Avrutsky (Proscover) Bat Ami
Hed (Hait) Shmuel
 
Hedd (Jedda) Margalit
    Almog (Avrutski) Doron   Almog (Hed) Didi Frida    
Children:   Almog Eran    Almog Nitzan

Doron Almog was born in Rishon Lezion. He attended the primary school "Beery" in the township and – the military boarding school by the Reali School in Haifa.
In 1969 he enlisted in the army from which he was released after 34 years of service. He made his regular military service in paratroopers' regiment. He participated in the Yom Kippur War as company commander. Later he served as: a paratroopers' reconnaissance commander, the commander of battalion 50, the commander of the "Shaldag" squad, the commander of the paratroopers regiment, the chief infantry and paratroopers' officer, the Gaza division's commander, the Southern's Command Brigadier General.
After leaving the army, he devoted himself to the establishment of the rehabilitation village "Alei Negev" for aiding brain-damaged adults. His son Eran, seriously damaged, stayed in the village and upon his death the village's name was changed and named after him "Alei Negev – Nachlat Eran".
In 2005 he founded the investment group "Athlone" (Athlone Global Security) whose main investments were made in original Israeli technologies for civilian applications for protection against terrorism.
In 2006 he was appointed as head of a military inquiry committee appointed to investigate the kidnapping of two IDF soldiers Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev. This year he was also among the torch-lighters at Mount Herzl on the eve of the 2006 Independence Day.
In 2007 he was awarded the Knight's mark of the Administration's Quality in the category of Army and Security for a unique contribution to Israel's security and for the protection of the weak and helpless, as reflected in his activity in the "Alei Negev – Nachlat Eran" association