|First appearance||Wireless, Part 1|
|Formal name||Zahava Gitelman née Blumenthal|
|Age||42 (at death)|
|Date of birth||1947|
|Date of death||July 6th 1989|
|Residence||Zahava Gitelman's home|
|Occupation||Pilot for Israeli Defense Forces|
|Significant other||Joshua Gitelman|
|Parents||Zivi Blumenthal (father), |
Ruth Meisner (mother, deceased)
|Child||Hana Gitelman (deceased)|
|Siblings||David (half-brother, deceased)|
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Zahava is one of the first female pilots for the IDF. In 1967 during the Six-Day War, Zahava shoots down two MiGs. In 1989, in Jerusalem, Israel, Zahava boards a bus. As the vehicle careens off the road in a suicide attack, Zahava and her mother are killed, leaving Hana to survive in the hospital, presumably alone.
Zahava fights in the Israeli Six-Day War...