HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defence Affairs Dr Khalid bin Mohamed al-Attiyah visited on Sunday the Sultan's Armed Forces Museum at Bayt Al Falaj camp in Oman.
He was accompanied by Chief of Staff of Omani Armed Forces Lt General Ahmed bin Harith al-Nabhani, head of military protocols of Oman Armed Forces Brigadier Saleh bin Ahmed al-Hinai, and director of the Omani Armed Forces Museum Colonel Faleh bin Saif al-Maamari.
The Deputy Prime Minister toured the museum's sections during which he was briefed on the Sultanate military history and the establishment of the Sultan's forces. During the tour, he also listened to a briefing by curators about the museum's holdings as well as its activities.
The museum contains an important collection of exhibits including conventional and modern weapons, documents and manuscripts.
The Deputy Prime Minister also visited the College of National Defence in Bayt Al Falaj camp, accompanied by head of Oman National Defence College Major General Salim bin Musallam Qattan.
During the visit, he toured the college, where he was briefed on its departments, educational and training facilities and the services provided by the college.
He was accompanied by a number of senior officers in the Qatari armed forces and the Sultan's armed forces.
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