11th Infantry Brigade - Royal Oman Land Forces (ROLF)
Under the patronage of Lieutenant General Ahmed bin Harith Al Nabhani, Chief of Staff of the Sultan Armed Forces, the Royal Omani Army celebrated 18 March 2020 the transformation of the Border Force by infantry brigade (11) into mechanized infantry, in the presence of Major General Matar bin Salem Al Balushi, commander of the Royal Oman Army.
The ceremony, which was held in the Thamret camp in Dhofar Governorate, started with the military parade of the border force employees with a slow and normal path, then the event sponsor and attendees watched the mobile presentation of the mechanisms and equipment used starting with the different means of transportation that played a prominent previous role, all the way to the modern soldiers transport vehicles that entered the service recently embodied level The development and modernization of the Royal Oman Army .
After that, the Royal Oman Army Music Band presented its military parade, which included playing various musical pieces and presenting many formations that embodied the high capabilities and skills of the band's members, then the event sponsor and senior officers toured the fixed exhibition of mechanisms, which contained modern mechanisms, equipment and devices. It is part of the ongoing modernization and development plans in line with the national missions undertaken by the Royal Oman Army.
In conclusion, the General Staff Chief of Staff of the Sultan, the patron of the occasion, unveiled the memorial plaque of the Border Force, listened to a summary of the existing projects concerned with the modernization and development of the Royal Oman Army, and made a tour during which he witnessed the projects that were completed in the camp of Thumrait, and listened to a brief about her.
The occasion was attended by Major General Amer bin Salem Al-Omari, commander of the Sultan's Special Force, and Major General Salem bin Muslim Qatoon, Commander of the National Defense College, a number of honorees, a number of Excellencies, a number of senior officers of the Sultan's armed forces and other military and security authorities, and a number of officers and non-commissioned officers The border forces of the Royal Oman Army.
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