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Chief of Staff of Kuwait’s Armed Forces, Liet. Gen. Bandar Al-Muzain meets with security officials during an inspection visit to some army units. - KUNA
Chief of Staff of Kuwait’s Armed Forces, Liet. Gen. Bandar Al-Muzain meets with security officials during an inspection visit to some army units. - KUNA

Logistics, supply authority supports Kuwait’s army

KUWAIT: The Chief of Staff of Kuwait’s Armed Forces, Lt. Gen. Bandar Al-Muzain, affirmed that the logistics and supply authority has played a pivotal role in backing the army and enhancing readiness in a way that provides facilitations and basics for its units. During an inspection visit to some army units, including logistics and supply authority and the command of defense against weapons of mass destruction, Al-Muzain stressed the need to remove any obstacles before operations and duties, according to a press statement issued by the General Staff, quoting Al-Muzain as saying.

Al-Muzain lauded the authority and the command for their efforts and duties, calling for keeping ready and reaching desired levels. He wished success to the two units’ personnel in their duties, under the wise leadership of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Mishal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces. Al-Muzain listened to a detailed presentation on the applied measures and the latest duties and missions carried out by the command, as well as training programs approved for preparing and rehabilitating personnel to deal with different events and incidents.

He was also briefed on the most important technical specifications of the “Fox” armored reconnaissance vehicle, which is equipped with the latest technologies and systems used for disinfection and sterilization that detect chemical, biological, and radiological risks. Al-Muzain was received by the assistant chief of staff of the authority, Major General Dr. Engineer Salah Nasser, and the assistant commander of the command, Brigadier General Hamid Obaid. — KUNA

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