Oman’s military Hajj delegation returns home from Holy Land

Oman’s military Hajj mission returns home from Holy Land

Muscat: The Military Hajj delegation returned to the country today from the Holy Land, after performing the blessed Hajj on board a number of transport aircraft of the Royal Air Force of Oman.

Upon its arrival at Seeb Air Base, the mission was received by Major General, retired pilot Yahya bin Rashid Al Juma, and a number of senior officers of the Sultan’s Armed Forces and other military and security agencies.

The military Hajj mission was accompanied by administrative, medical, media, technical and guidance teams to serve the guests of Allah, members of the mission, in order to facilitate them and ensure the performance of the Hajj rituals in the highest manner, in accordance with established procedures and established plans, and in a manner that achieves the faith goals of this blessed journey.

The management of the military Hajj mission is based on the royal orders of His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq the Supreme Commander, may God protect and preserve him, for those on duty and those retired from the Sultan’s Armed Forces and other military and security agencies.

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