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Saudi Arabia’s 1st batch of female soldiers graduated

Saudi Arabia's 1st batch of female soldiers graduated

Saudi Arabia’s Chief of General Staff, Fayyad Al-Ruwaili, sponsored the graduation ceremony of the first batch of women who finished the basic individual course at the Armed Forces Women’s Cadre Training Center on Wednesday.

Adel bin Muhammad Al-Balawi, the head of the Armed Forces Training Authority, gave a speech on the occasion, emphasizing that the center intends to provide excellent training services for female employees of the Ministry of Defense in the functional areas required by the ministry.

He added that the center has an “important message, which is to provide distinguished training programs and an ideal learning environment following international quality standards that meet the armed forces’ needs of female cadres.”

Following that, Chief Sergeant Hadi bin Matar Al-Anzi, Assistant Commander of the Women’s Cadre Training Center for the Armed Forces, administered the oath to the graduates, who subsequently received the results and names of the excellent and prize winners.

It’s worth noting that the course started on May 30, 2021. It lasted 14 weeks at the Women’s Cadre Training Center for the Armed Forces.

The Director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Armed Forces, Major General Staff Pilot Hamed bin Rafea Al-Omari, and some senior military officers attended the graduation ceremony.

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