Each battalion will also receive a 30-day car rental to be used by soldiers with the authorization of the battalion commander.
Some bases will be outfitted with entertainment rooms, including televisions and game consoles, as well as mobile fitness areas featuring weights and other workout equipment.
The program also seeks to make army doctors more efficient by reducing the amount of time spent on unrelated tasks and assignments on base.
An app is in development that will enable soldiers to learn more about their rights during service.
During his four years as chief of staff, Eizenkot doubled salaries for combat soldiers, gave bonuses of NIS 2,000 ($550) to troops reaching their third year of service, and invested in improvements in army bases, particularly in the north. He also introduced a grant for discharged combat soldiers to go toward three years of post-army higher education.