Last Thursday, tragedy struck pilgrims on their way to visit the holy city of Mecca as more than 700 people died in a stampede on a walkway leading to the Jakarta pillars where the symbolic stoning of the devil is carried out by worshipers taking part in the Hajj.
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The recent gathering of Aramco annuitants in Washington, DC in celebration of visit of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman reminded us of what an enjoyable experience a visit to the nation's capital can be.
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Honoring a long history of cooperation and friendship between the Kingdom and the United States, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman ibn ‘Abd Al-‘Aziz Al-Sa'ud took center stage at a pair of events hosted by the company during his recent visit to Washington, D.C.
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A conglomerate of Aramcons, both current and retired, gathered in Karachi, Pakistan to celebrate the wedding ceremony of Anas Arif, son of Arif Qamar #74444, on the 5th of August, 2015.
The strengthening of the strategic partnership between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United States was the central theme of a visit last week by Keeper of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman ibn ’Abd Al-’Aziz Al Sa’ud to Washington, DC, where he and his top advisers met with President Obama, Secretary of State John Kerry and other government leaders.
One of many colorful offsprings of the Aramcon expat's lifestyle is a group known as the 1990's Club.
I have been gone from Arabia for over 57 years, excluding a one year military tour in 1976-77. A couple years ago, I had an occurrence of a melanoma skin cancer which was caught early and removed.
Colin and I lived and worked in Dhahran for nearly 25 years. He worked for Materials Supply and taught scuba diving and I worked at the Kennel Club, in various capacities for some years.
Death and injury recently struck the Aramco family in the form of a devastating fire at the Radium Compound in Al Khobar.
With the upcoming visit to the U.S. of Keeper of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman looming on the horizon, it caused us to think about the powerful ties the Kingdom has enjoyed with the United States dating from the famous meeting between King Ibn Saud and President Franklin Roosevelt aboard the cruiser USS Quincy on Egypt’s Great Bitter Lake in 1945.
Aramco ExPats has learned that Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, head of the House of Saud, will visit Washington, DC in early September for meetings with President Barack Obama.
That is the motto of the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command headquartered at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Honolulu, Hawaii, where Aramco Brat Brad Swayne, a master sergeant in the U.S. Army, served for three years as head of JPAC’s Forensic Photography Unit.
A former member of the Dhahran Junior Tennis Association has emerged as a true force with the women’s tennis team at the Air Force Academy in the United States. Natasha Rizvi, who got her start in tennis as a 9-year-old in Dhahran, recently garnered the International Tennis Association’s Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award in the United States.