Joint Special Forces celebrated on Wednesday the graduation of the 13th batch from Ahmed Bin Mohamed Military College's members of the parachute jumping course number eight which lasted four weeks.
The ceremony was held under the patronage of HE Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defence Affairs Dr Khalid bin Mohamed al-Attiyah and in the presence of Brigadier General Hamad bin Abdullah al-Fetais al-Marri, Commander of the Joint Special Forces.
The graduated paratroopers
This course, part of the training season of year 2017 was attended by 154 paratroopers.
On this occasion, the commander of the joint special forces congratulated the Qatari Armed Forces for the distinctive level of the graduates, which indicates the high capabilities enjoyed by the next generation of members of the brave armed forces.
The ceremony was attended by the Commander of the Ahmed Bin Mohamed Military College, Brigadier Abdullah Abdulrahman al-Kaabi, Military Attache of the State of Kuwait to Qatar Brigadier General Huwaidi al-Hajri and a number of senior officers in the armed forces.
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