Saudi Arabia’s assistant minister of safety, Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Ayesh, handed away on the age of 68.

The safety ministry said in a press launch that he was affected by an illness. He died on Friday.

According to the worldwide info provide, he took his place in May 2014. Before that, he was serving as commander-in-chief of the Royal Saudi Air Forces (RSAF) between 2010 and 2013.

Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Ayesh was born in 1952 and belonged to Jouf. He joined the RSAF in 1970 and graduated from King Faisal Air Academy as a pilot in 1972. He then turned a pilot officer on F-15 fighter jets in the an identical 12 months.

He was given the place of pilot officer throughout the 13th Squadron on Lightning interceptor airplane in 1974. In 1982, he maintained the place of the an identical squadron flying F-15s.

Moreover, he moreover labored as a result of the director of the RSAF Command’s plans and operations division, the commander of King Khalid Air Base, chief of RSAF operations, and deputy commander of the RSAF.

Al-Ayesh was awarded many military medals along with the King Abdul Aziz Medal, the Kuwait Liberation Medal, and the Legion of Merit from France, the First-Class Military Medal for Respect, and a Bronze Star from the US.

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