The Amiri Guard School has celebrated the conclusion of the first part of the training season for 2019/2020. The event, held at the "Hosniya" camp, under the patronage and in the presence of the Commander of the Amiri Guard Major General Hazza bin Khalil al-Shahwani, saw the graduation of candidates of several basic and advanced courses.
The closing ceremony was attended by the Deputy Commander of the Amiri Guard, the Inspector General, the Assistant Commander of the Amiri Guard, a number of officers of departments and groups, officers of the armed forces and Internal Security Force "Lekhwiya".
Colonel Ali Arahma al-Muraikhi, Acting Commander of the Amiri Guard School, noted that the school always seeks to develop and modernise the training system in order to reach the highest level of efficiency and readiness of the staff of the courses, in line with the directives of the leadership of the Amiri Guard.
The trainees presented a number of field activities reflecting the competence and combat readiness of the Amiri guards.
The activities included methods of self-defence through the application of a variety of combat movements, in addition to jumping over the firewall with skill and ingenuity.
The activities also included realistic scenarios for intrusions in the counter-terrorism, tactical descent from the top of the buildings, airdrop from helicopter, in addition to demonstration of shooting skills - hitting fixed and moving targets accurately, and the application of a number of hypotheses for rapid intervention, and protection of personalities.
The event concluded with the Commander of the Amiri Guard honouring the graduates.
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