SAUDI ARABIA

142 women soldiers graduated

May 22, 2024
The graduation ceremony of the sixth batch of women soldiers was held under the patronage of Minister of Interior Prince Abdulaziz bin Saud bin Naif and in the presence of Public Security Director Lt. Gen. Muhammad Al-Bassami.
The graduation ceremony of the sixth batch of women soldiers was held under the patronage of Minister of Interior Prince Abdulaziz bin Saud bin Naif and in the presence of Public Security Director Lt. Gen. Muhammad Al-Bassami.

Saudi Gazette report

MAKKAH — A total of 142 female soldiers have graduated from the Women’s Training Institute under the directorate of Public Security. The graduation ceremony of the sixth batch of women soldiers was held under the patronage of Minister of Interior Prince Abdulaziz bin Saud bin Naif and in the presence of Public Security Director Lt. Gen. Muhammad Al-Bassami.

The graduates have completed their basic training course, and these included training in applications and various branches of knowledge, as well as theoretical and practical lessons on the skills required by the tasks and security work entrusted to them while undertaking security jobs and special assignments.

It is noteworthy that Saudi Arabia started allowing Saudi women to serve in the armed forces during the year 2019. Both men and women in the Kingdom can apply for positions in the military through the defense ministry’s unified admission portal.

Women can sign up to join the Saudi Arabian Army, Royal Saudi Air Defense, Royal Saudi Navy, Royal Saudi Strategic Missile Force, and Armed Forces Medical Services.

They can also be recruited as soldiers, lance corporals, corporals, sergeants, and staff sergeants.


May 22, 2024
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