The Military Academy in Eastern Ghouta graduates its first batch of officers in its first course

Photos: Youseff Al-Boustani Siraj Al-Sham - The Revolutionary Forces of Syria Media Office

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The Military Academy in Eastern Ghouta announced graduating around 50 officers in its first course, and granting them their military rankings, after calculating their GPA during the course.

The ceremony was attended by high profile individuals from civic entities, and members of the Tribal Council in Ghouta.

A promo was shown in the ceremony which summarized the military course, and explained its importance and the importance of organizing all military issues within the revolution.

The Head of the Military Council and Academy, General “Ammar Al-Nemer”, and Jaish Al-Islam commander “Issam Bweidani” and General “Asaad Awad Al-Z’obi”, and the head of Jaish Al-Islam’s Political Bureau “Mohammed Alloush”, all delivered speeches in the ceremony.

The ceremony was concluded with honoring the cadets, and the Military Council announced that it has accepted the membership of those cadets into the Military Council, for Damascus and it’s countryside, upon the cadets’ request, in order to increase their experience and coordination skills.

The cadets are considered revolutionary leaders within Jaish Al-Islam, especially on the front lines, but now they have more experience and military discipline.

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