Bahrain’s Commander-in-Chief Field Marshal Sheikh Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa paid a visit to the Royal College of Command, Staff and National Defense, Bahrain News Agency (BNA) reported.
The Commander-in-Chief was welcomed by Chief-of-Staff Lt-General Dhiab bin Sager Al Nuaimi and a number of senior BDF officers and listened to a brief on the progress of development plans of the college’s programs, including military training, which have been implemented in conformity with the royal directives.
The Commander-in-Chief gave a lecture that focused on military strategy and tactics.
He highlighted the College’s objectives for graduating qualified commanding officers to contribute to the BDF modernization and development process.
Chairing a meeting of the college’s Supreme Council, the Commander-in-Chief stressed that numerous great combat and administrative achievements have been made thanks to the royal directives and pointed out to the BDF efforts to constantly develop and modernize academic curricula.
He commended the college’s role in preparing well-trained and highly-qualified commanding officers to contribute to carrying out various military tasks and wished the college’s staff success in implementing the specialized training programs.
Field Marshal Sheikh Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa also received Chairman of the GCC Security and Peace Forum Dr. Fahad Refai Al-Shalimi and discussed with him issues of common interest.