• Saudi Arabian Airlines 777 Takeoff

    HZ-AK15 first flight from Paine Field June 19, 2012.

    published: 20 Jun 2012
  • A rare glimpse into Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) B747-400 Intercontinental Business Class

    Saudi Arabian Airlines B747-400 Manila to Riyadh (First) Business Class service review

    published: 27 Oct 2013
  • [FullHD] Saudi Arabian Boeing 777-200(ER) landing & takeoff at Geneva/GVA/LSGG

    Saudia's only VIP configured 777 visiting again Geneva! :) What a sound at the takeoff! :D Enjoy!! :D ---------- Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GVASpotter ---------- Airline: Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) Aircraft: Boeing 777-268(ER) Registration: HZ-AKF Airport: Geneva Cointrin - GVA/LSGG Origin: Jeddah King Abdulaziz International - JED/OEJN Destination: Jeddah King Abdulaziz International - JED/OEJN via Riyadh King Khaled International - RUH/OERK Callsign: SVA7241 - "SAUDIA 7241" Flight: SV7241 Date: October 3rd 2015 ATC: liveATC.net Please Rate, Comment, And Subscribe! :D All right reserved ©fanhotwheels

    published: 04 Oct 2015
  • Saudi Arabian Airlines B777-300ER From London Heathrow Approach/Landing Riyadh (RUH)

    Saudi airline 777 300 from London Heathrow to Riyadh with great landing,

    published: 05 Sep 2015
  • Saudi Arabian Airline Crash Landing incident in Desert with 265 Passenger on Board

    Saudi Arabian Airline Crash Landing in Desert with 265 Passenger on Board Saudia B743 at Madinah on SEP 16th 2011, runway excursion on landing A Saudi Arabian Airlines Boeing 747-300, registration HZ-AIS performing flight SV-817 from Riyadh to Madinah (Saudi Arabia) with 265 passengers, veered right off Madinah's runway 17 when the #1 thrust reverser (outboard left) did not open while landing in Madinah at around 20:15L (17:15Z). The airplane came to a stop with all gear off the paved surface about 100 meters off the runway and about 3 meters off taxiway B. No injuries occurred, the airplane received damage to the left hand flaps and engine #1 cowling (outboard left hand) that contacted the ground as result of the runway excursion and wheels sinking into soft ground. The passengers disem...

    published: 04 Jul 2016
  • Saudi Airlines Cockpit View | Landing Riyadh

    laptop i5 : http://amzn.to/2oYAqM9 ( Affiliate ) Saudi Airlines Cockpit View | Landing Riyadh Saudi Airline takeoff from Jeddah and landing Riyadh. watch and enjoy amazing Airplane Cockpit view from pilot cockpit which is landing at riyadh airport. Saudi airlines is the natioanl airline of saudi arabia. who operates their flight operation from soo many countries, includes domestic and international flights. they provide good services. saudia is famous country to produce more crude oil in world. it has good market in world. Saudi Airline is Also famous and bust airline because of Umran and Hajj. From all over the world Umrah People and Hujjaj come here to perform Umrah and hajj. Saudi Airline has 98 destinations daily including Domestic and international. They sometime go without any stay...

    published: 24 May 2016
  • Saudi Air Force ON THE WAY to help their "Moderate" Friends

    The Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF; Arabic: القوات الجوية الملكية السعودية‎, al-quwwāt al-ğawwiyyah al-malakiyyah as-suʿūdiyyah), is the aviation branch of the Saudi Arabian armed forces. The RSAF has developed from a largely defensive military force into one with an advanced offensive capability. The RSAF maintains the third largest fleet of F-15s after the American and Japanese air forces. The backbone of the RSAF is currently the Boeing F-15 Eagle, with the Panavia Tornado also forming a major component. The Tornado and many other aircraft were delivered under the Al Yamamah contracts with British Aerospace (now BAE Systems). The RSAF ordered various weapons in the 1990s, including Sea Eagle anti-ship missiles, laser-guided bombs and gravity bombs. Al-Salam, a successor to the Al Yamamah ...

    published: 04 Mar 2016
  • The first flight of the Airbus A330 of Saudi Arabia (disgusting condition) Plane of dirty shit

    This is the disgusting mess that plane passengers left for members of the cabin crew to clean up which is said to be on a recent flight in Saudi Arabia. The video claims to show the state of the Airbus A330, which has recently been introduced to the Saudi Arabian Airlines fleet, although the footage does not specify the airline. During the clip, the camera focuses on the state of the toilets, covered in pieces of tissues and suspicious brown stains. The floor also appears to be soaked through. Moving down the aisles, litter can be seen covering almost every inch of floor space as passengers sit in their seats, seemingly oblivious to the mess they have caused. A second clip of another toilet shows faeces left on the seat and toilet paper spilling out of the door. It is not clear whether the...

    published: 05 Sep 2016
  • King Abdullah Air Security

    published: 19 Dec 2010
  • Al-Hassa - Flying stone - Floating Stone in Saudi Arabia

    This stone is at Al-Hassa in Saudi Arabia, flying stone is based on three small stones, Most of the people think that this stone is the same which is lies in Dome Of The Rock in Palestine near Baitul Maqdis. The miracle of Me'raaj occurred at Dome Of The Rock not in Al-Hassa

    published: 15 May 2013
  • Dinner at Saudia, Saudi Arabia Airline

    Dinner at Saudia, Saudi Arabia Airline

    published: 04 Aug 2015
  • Air India VS Saudi Arabian Airlines

    Who will you decide? Air India? Or Saudi Arabian? YOU DECIDE!

    published: 10 Nov 2012
  • Top Ten Deadliest Air Crashes of Saudi Arabia

    The Top Ten Deadliest Air Crashes of Saudi Arabia Song by Pendulum - The Island Part 1 (Dawn) (Full HD) (copyright) Images used belong to their rightful owner (see Creds)

    published: 07 Apr 2014
  • Saudi Arabian Airlines A330 Safety Video

    published: 13 Sep 2016
  • Saudi Arabia Military Parade 2014

    480p The Saudi armed forces ‎, al-Quwwāt al-Musallaḥah al Malakeeya as-Suʿūdiyyah) consists of the Saudi Arabian Army, the Royal Saudi Air Force, the Royal Saudi Navy, the Royal Saudi Air Defense, the Saudi Arabian National Guard (SANG), and paramilitary forces, totaling over 200,000 active-duty personnel. In 2005 the armed forces had the following personnel: the army, 75,000; Royal Saudi Air Force, 18,000; air defense, 16,000; Royal Saudi Navy, 15,500 (including 3,000 marines); and the SANG had 75,000 active soldiers and 25,000 tribal levies. In addition, there is a military intelligence service, the General Intelligence Presidency (GIP). The Saudi Arabian National Guard is not a reserve but a fully operational front-line force, and originated out of Abdul Aziz's tribal military-religio...

    published: 14 Jun 2014
  • Armed Forces of Saudi Arabia •

    Subscribe to channel! Подпишись на канал! | Друзья канала: ВК-https://vk.com/armed_forces ВК-https://vk.com/top_arsenal ВК-https://vk.com/milhistory ВК-https://vk.com/arma1 ВК -https://vk.com/hg_ukraine____________...­­_______________________________________­_­______________________________________­__­_____________ Music: IconAudio – Dawn of Man The Royal Saudi Armed Forces (Arabic: القوات المسلحة الملكية السعودية‎, al-Quwwāt al-Musallaḥah al Malakeeya as-Suʿūdiyyah) consists of the Saudi Arabian Army, the Royal Saudi Air Force, the Royal Saudi Navy, the Royal Saudi Air Defense, the Saudi Arabian National Guard (SANG), and paramilitary forces, totaling over 200,000 active-duty personnel. In 2012 the armed forces had the following personnel: the army, 75,000; Royal Saudi Air Force, 20,000...

    published: 25 Jan 2016
Saudi Arabian Airlines 777 Takeoff

Saudi Arabian Airlines 777 Takeoff

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HZ-AK15 first flight from Paine Field June 19, 2012.
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A rare glimpse into Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) B747-400 Intercontinental Business Class

A rare glimpse into Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) B747-400 Intercontinental Business Class

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  • Updated: 27 Oct 2013
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[FullHD] Saudi Arabian Boeing 777-200(ER) landing & takeoff at Geneva/GVA/LSGG

[FullHD] Saudi Arabian Boeing 777-200(ER) landing & takeoff at Geneva/GVA/LSGG

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  • Updated: 04 Oct 2015
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Saudia's only VIP configured 777 visiting again Geneva! :) What a sound at the takeoff! :D Enjoy!! :D ---------- Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GVASpotter ---------- Airline: Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) Aircraft: Boeing 777-268(ER) Registration: HZ-AKF Airport: Geneva Cointrin - GVA/LSGG Origin: Jeddah King Abdulaziz International - JED/OEJN Destination: Jeddah King Abdulaziz International - JED/OEJN via Riyadh King Khaled International - RUH/OERK Callsign: SVA7241 - "SAUDIA 7241" Flight: SV7241 Date: October 3rd 2015 ATC: liveATC.net Please Rate, Comment, And Subscribe! :D All right reserved ©fanhotwheels
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Saudi Arabian Airlines B777-300ER From London Heathrow Approach/Landing Riyadh (RUH)

Saudi Arabian Airlines B777-300ER From London Heathrow Approach/Landing Riyadh (RUH)

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  • Updated: 05 Sep 2015
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Saudi airline 777 300 from London Heathrow to Riyadh with great landing,
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Saudi Arabian Airline Crash Landing incident in Desert with 265 Passenger on Board

Saudi Arabian Airline Crash Landing incident in Desert with 265 Passenger on Board

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  • Updated: 04 Jul 2016
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Saudi Arabian Airline Crash Landing in Desert with 265 Passenger on Board Saudia B743 at Madinah on SEP 16th 2011, runway excursion on landing A Saudi Arabian Airlines Boeing 747-300, registration HZ-AIS performing flight SV-817 from Riyadh to Madinah (Saudi Arabia) with 265 passengers, veered right off Madinah's runway 17 when the #1 thrust reverser (outboard left) did not open while landing in Madinah at around 20:15L (17:15Z). The airplane came to a stop with all gear off the paved surface about 100 meters off the runway and about 3 meters off taxiway B. No injuries occurred, the airplane received damage to the left hand flaps and engine #1 cowling (outboard left hand) that contacted the ground as result of the runway excursion and wheels sinking into soft ground. The passengers disembarked via mobile stairs.
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Saudi Airlines Cockpit View |  Landing Riyadh

Saudi Airlines Cockpit View | Landing Riyadh

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  • Updated: 24 May 2016
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laptop i5 : http://amzn.to/2oYAqM9 ( Affiliate ) Saudi Airlines Cockpit View | Landing Riyadh Saudi Airline takeoff from Jeddah and landing Riyadh. watch and enjoy amazing Airplane Cockpit view from pilot cockpit which is landing at riyadh airport. Saudi airlines is the natioanl airline of saudi arabia. who operates their flight operation from soo many countries, includes domestic and international flights. they provide good services. saudia is famous country to produce more crude oil in world. it has good market in world. Saudi Airline is Also famous and bust airline because of Umran and Hajj. From all over the world Umrah People and Hujjaj come here to perform Umrah and hajj. Saudi Airline has 98 destinations daily including Domestic and international. They sometime go without any stay to destination. Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/StudyOnBoard06 please subscribe this channel by clicking the link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFEDfBJMfFLRy-Kk-i76jKw Please Watch again : https://youtu.be/86KsxGPV9og Saudi Airline Cockpit 2 vid: https://youtu.be/BBJJP43rM68 Saudi Airlines Cockpit View | Landing Riyadh
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Saudi Air Force ON THE WAY to help their "Moderate" Friends

Saudi Air Force ON THE WAY to help their "Moderate" Friends

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  • Updated: 04 Mar 2016
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The Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF; Arabic: القوات الجوية الملكية السعودية‎, al-quwwāt al-ğawwiyyah al-malakiyyah as-suʿūdiyyah), is the aviation branch of the Saudi Arabian armed forces. The RSAF has developed from a largely defensive military force into one with an advanced offensive capability. The RSAF maintains the third largest fleet of F-15s after the American and Japanese air forces. The backbone of the RSAF is currently the Boeing F-15 Eagle, with the Panavia Tornado also forming a major component. The Tornado and many other aircraft were delivered under the Al Yamamah contracts with British Aerospace (now BAE Systems). The RSAF ordered various weapons in the 1990s, including Sea Eagle anti-ship missiles, laser-guided bombs and gravity bombs. Al-Salam, a successor to the Al Yamamah agreement will see 72 Eurofighter Typhoons delivered by BAE. History[edit] The RSAF was formed in the mid-1920s with British assistance. It was re-organized in 1950 and began to receive American assistance from 1952 including the use of Dhahran Airfield by the United States Air Force. The Saudi forces are equipped with mainly western hardware. Main suppliers are companies in the United Kingdom and the United States of America. Both the UK and the US are involved in training programs conducted in Saudi Arabia. During the 1980s and 1990s, by Middle Eastern standards the armed forces of Saudi Arabia were relatively small. Its strength however was derived from advanced technology. The backbone of the fighter force is formed by 134 Tornados from which a batch of 48 Tornado IDS were ordered in 1993 under the al-Yamamah II program and 72 F-15S aircraft delivered from the mid-1990s that operate beside the more than 120 F-15C/D aircraft delivered starting in 1981. Aircraft training is executed on the Pilatus PC-9, BAe Hawk, Boeing F-15D Eagle and the Northrop F-5F Tiger II. The C-130 Hercules is the mainstay of the transport fleet and the Hercules is assisted by CASA CN-235s. Reconnaissance is performed by 17 Squadron with its RF-5E and the Boeing E-3A is the Airborne Early Warning platform operated by 18 Squadron. The VIP support fleet consists of a wide variety of civil registered aircraft such as the Boeing 707, 737 and 747, Lockheed Tri-Stars, MD11s and G1159A as well as Lockheed L-100-30. The HZ- prefix used in the civilian registrations of these aircraft derived from the former name of the territory (Hejaz) Recent purchases[edit] The Al Yamamah contract was controversial because of the alleged bribes associated with its award. Nonetheless, the RSAF announced its intention to purchase the Typhoon from BAE Systems in December 2005. On 18 August 2006 a memorandum of understanding was signed for 72 aircraft in a GB£6-10 billion deal.[3] Following this order, the investigation of the Al Yamamah contract was suppressed by the British Prime minister Tony Blair in December 2006, citing "strategic interests" of the UK. On the 17 September 2007 Saudi Arabia announced it had signed a £4.4bn deal with BAE Systems for 72 Typhoons.[4] On 29 December 2011, the United States signed a $29.4 billion deal to sell 84 F-15s in the SA (Saudi Advanced) configuration. The sale includes upgrades for the older F-15s up to the SA standard and related equipment and services.[5] On 23 May 2012, British defence firm BAE Systems is to sell 22 BAE Hawk advanced jet trainer aircraft to the Royal Saudi Air Force for a total of £1.9 billion ($3 billion). The deal also includes simulators, ground and training equipment and spares.[6] On April 2013, British defence firm BAE Systems delivers the first two new Typhoons of 24 to Saudi Arabia. In 2013, the USAF tendered for security services to protect the Saudi air force from Cyberwarfare.[7]
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The first flight of the Airbus A330 of Saudi Arabia (disgusting condition) Plane of dirty shit

The first flight of the Airbus A330 of Saudi Arabia (disgusting condition) Plane of dirty shit

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  • Updated: 05 Sep 2016
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This is the disgusting mess that plane passengers left for members of the cabin crew to clean up which is said to be on a recent flight in Saudi Arabia. The video claims to show the state of the Airbus A330, which has recently been introduced to the Saudi Arabian Airlines fleet, although the footage does not specify the airline. During the clip, the camera focuses on the state of the toilets, covered in pieces of tissues and suspicious brown stains. The floor also appears to be soaked through. Moving down the aisles, litter can be seen covering almost every inch of floor space as passengers sit in their seats, seemingly oblivious to the mess they have caused. A second clip of another toilet shows faeces left on the seat and toilet paper spilling out of the door. It is not clear whether the footage was filmed by a passenger or a member of the crew. The clip as shared on LiveLeak.com just five hours ago and has already been viewed almost 18,000 times. Cultivated looks different. Without any comment...
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King Abdullah Air Security

King Abdullah Air Security

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  • Updated: 19 Dec 2010
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Al-Hassa - Flying stone - Floating Stone in Saudi Arabia

Al-Hassa - Flying stone - Floating Stone in Saudi Arabia

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  • Updated: 15 May 2013
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This stone is at Al-Hassa in Saudi Arabia, flying stone is based on three small stones, Most of the people think that this stone is the same which is lies in Dome Of The Rock in Palestine near Baitul Maqdis. The miracle of Me'raaj occurred at Dome Of The Rock not in Al-Hassa
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Dinner at Saudia, Saudi Arabia Airline

Dinner at Saudia, Saudi Arabia Airline

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  • Updated: 04 Aug 2015
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Air India VS Saudi Arabian Airlines

Air India VS Saudi Arabian Airlines

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  • Updated: 10 Nov 2012
  • views: 63168
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Who will you decide? Air India? Or Saudi Arabian? YOU DECIDE!
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Top Ten Deadliest Air Crashes of Saudi Arabia

Top Ten Deadliest Air Crashes of Saudi Arabia

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  • Updated: 07 Apr 2014
  • views: 74878
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The Top Ten Deadliest Air Crashes of Saudi Arabia Song by Pendulum - The Island Part 1 (Dawn) (Full HD) (copyright) Images used belong to their rightful owner (see Creds)
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Saudi Arabian Airlines A330 Safety Video

Saudi Arabian Airlines A330 Safety Video

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  • Updated: 13 Sep 2016
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Saudi Arabia Military Parade 2014

Saudi Arabia Military Parade 2014

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  • Updated: 14 Jun 2014
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480p The Saudi armed forces ‎, al-Quwwāt al-Musallaḥah al Malakeeya as-Suʿūdiyyah) consists of the Saudi Arabian Army, the Royal Saudi Air Force, the Royal Saudi Navy, the Royal Saudi Air Defense, the Saudi Arabian National Guard (SANG), and paramilitary forces, totaling over 200,000 active-duty personnel. In 2005 the armed forces had the following personnel: the army, 75,000; Royal Saudi Air Force, 18,000; air defense, 16,000; Royal Saudi Navy, 15,500 (including 3,000 marines); and the SANG had 75,000 active soldiers and 25,000 tribal levies. In addition, there is a military intelligence service, the General Intelligence Presidency (GIP). The Saudi Arabian National Guard is not a reserve but a fully operational front-line force, and originated out of Abdul Aziz's tribal military-religious force, the Ikhwan. Its modern existence, however, is attributable to it being effectively Abdullah's private army since the 1960s and, unlike the rest of the armed forces, is independent of the Ministry of Defense. The SANG has been a counterbalance to the Sudairi faction in the royal family; Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, the minister of defense, is one of the so-called 'Sudairi Seven' and controls the remainder of the armed forces. Royal Saudi Land Forces The army is composed of three armored brigades, five mechanized brigades, one airborne brigade, one Royal Guard brigade, and eight artillery battalions. The army also has one aviation command with two aviation brigades. The army's main equipment consists of a combination of French- and U.S.-made armored vehicles: 315 M--1A2 Abrams, 290 AMX--30, and 450 M60A3 main battle tanks; 300 reconnaissance vehicles; 570+ AMX--10P and 400 M--2 Bradley armored infantry fighting vehicles; 3,000+ M113 and 100 Al-Fahd armored personnel carriers, produced in Saudi Arabia; 200+ towed artillery pieces; 110 self-propelled artillery pieces; 60 multiple rocket launchers; 400 mortars; 10 surface-to-surface missiles; about 2,000 antitank guided weapons; about 200 rocket launchers; 450 recoilless launchers; 12 attack helicopters; 50+ transport helicopters; and 1,000 surface-to-air missiles. In 1996 Saudi Arabia had military cities in the northeast, the King Khalid Military City, at Tabuk, at Dharhran, and at Abha in the southwest. There was a 1996 report that construction of a military city at Jizan, orientated toward Yemen, had begun with Defence Minister Prince Sultan pouring the first concrete on 8 May 1996 Gulf War When Iraq invaded Saudi Arabia's northern neighbor Kuwait in 1990, Saudi Arabia immediately requested the deployment of US troops within the country to deter further aggression. Saudi forces participated in the subsequent Operation Desert Storm: Saudi pilots flew more than 7,000 sorties and Saudi troops took part in the battles around the Saudi town of Raʾs al-Khafji. **I DON'T OWN ANYTHING, NO COPYRIGHT INTENDED** (C) All rights reserved to the artist and their production company Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
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Armed Forces of Saudi Arabia •

Armed Forces of Saudi Arabia •

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  • Updated: 25 Jan 2016
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Subscribe to channel! Подпишись на канал! | Друзья канала: ВК-https://vk.com/armed_forces ВК-https://vk.com/top_arsenal ВК-https://vk.com/milhistory ВК-https://vk.com/arma1 ВК -https://vk.com/hg_ukraine____________...­­_______________________________________­_­______________________________________­__­_____________ Music: IconAudio – Dawn of Man The Royal Saudi Armed Forces (Arabic: القوات المسلحة الملكية السعودية‎, al-Quwwāt al-Musallaḥah al Malakeeya as-Suʿūdiyyah) consists of the Saudi Arabian Army, the Royal Saudi Air Force, the Royal Saudi Navy, the Royal Saudi Air Defense, the Saudi Arabian National Guard (SANG), and paramilitary forces, totaling over 200,000 active-duty personnel. In 2012 the armed forces had the following personnel: the army, 75,000; Royal Saudi Air Force, 20,000; air defense, 16,000; Royal Saudi Navy, 13,500 (including 3,000 marines); and the SANG had 75,000 active soldiers and 25,000 tribal levies.[6] In addition, there is a military intelligence service, the General Intelligence Presidency (GIP). The Saudi Arabian National Guard is not a reserve but a fully operational front-line force, and originated out of Abdul Aziz's tribal military-religious force, the Ikhwan. Its modern existence, however, is attributable to it being effectively Abdullah's private army since the 1960s and, unlike the rest of the armed forces, is independent of the Ministry of Defense. The SANG has been a counterbalance to the Sudairi faction in the royal family; Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, the king, is one of the so-called "Sudairi Seven" and controls the remainder of the armed forces
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