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Saudi Air Chief of Staff Sponsors Graduation of King Faisal Air College Students

On behalf of Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, the Chief of the General Staff, Lt. Gen. Fayyad bin Hamid Al-Ruwaili, sponsored the graduation ceremony of the 99th session of students of the King Faisal Air College in Riyadh.

Upon his arrival at the ceremony, he was received by His Royal Highness Lieutenant General Turki bin Bandar bin Abdulaziz, Commander of the Royal Saudi Air Force.

The Commander of the King Faisal Air College, Major General, Pilot P.S.C Hazem bin Abdul Rahman bin Ghoshian, delivered a speech during the ceremony prepared for this occasion.

He explained that the 99th  batch of college students spent more than three years in the fields of training and study seats, with which they completed all the requirements related to military qualification, academic qualification and practical training, and are now qualified to join fellow Air Force units.

He indicated that the course includes two students from the Kingdom of Bahrain and others from the State of Kuwait, who joined those of their colleagues who preceded them, to get ready to enter the fields with pride and dignity.

Subsequently, the graduate student, Abdul Hakim Al-Harbi, delivered a speech on behalf of the graduates in which he expressed his happiness and his fellow graduates’ happiness to have His Excellency the Chief of the General Staff sponsor the graduation ceremony and to currently become specialized officers in the Saudi Royal Air Force.

After that, the graduates took the oath, after which the results and names of the best winners were announced, and then the graduates suspended their ranks.

At the end of the ceremony, the memorial photo was taken, and the royal anthem was played.

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