Fb2 Muscat Command: The Muscat Regiment in Oman in 1967 ePub
by Simon Sloane,Peter Thwaites
|Subcategory:||Memoris and Biographies|
|Author:||Simon Sloane,Peter Thwaites|
|Publisher:||Combined Books (June 1, 1995)|
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The Muscat Regiment (MR) was formed in March 1957 and was one of the first two properly constituted infantry regiments that Sultan Said bin Taimur of Oman formed. The regiment's crest is two crossed Omani swords overlain vertically with a single traditional Khanjar dagger sheathed, with scrolls carrying the regimental title in Arabic. The regiment's headdress is a distinctive scarlet Tam o' Shanter style cap, rather than a beret
Lieutenant Colonel Peter Thwaites 1967.
Infantry The Sultanate of Oman (with Dhofar highlighted). A Dhofar Brigade defensive position in 1972. A Short S. Skyvan resupplying Dhofar Brigade units in 1971. Lieutenant Colonel Peter Thwaites 1967.
Muscat Regiment (Oman). Last updated April 26, 2019 The MR and Northern Frontier Regiment are the two most senior infantry regiments in RAO; and were formed from earlier less formal units of doubtful capabilities. Last updated April 26, 2019. Sultan Said bin Taimur was the sultan of Muscat and Oman from 10 February 1932 until his overthrow on 23 July 1970 by his son Qaboos. A khanjar is a traditional dagger originating from Oman. The MR and Northern Frontier Regiment are the two most senior infantry regiments in RAO; and were formed from earlier less formal units of doubtful capabilities and were an attempt by British advisors to the Sultan to develop a more credible armed forces to respond to a number of persistent threats from some interior tribes and their financial sponsors in Saudi Arabia.
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Commander, Muscat Regiment, Sultan of Muscat’s Armed Forces, Muscat and Oman, 1967-1970. Dhofar War and its significance’, 1981, and Muscat command (Leo Cooper, London, 1995), by Thwaites and Maj Simon Sloane. Reports, correspondence, memoranda, maps, notes, lecture, articles and press cuttings relating to the Dhofar War, Muscat and Oman, 1967-1971, including briefing notes on Muscat and Oman, casualty lists, signal transcripts, and photographs of the Muscat Regiment. Also MPhil dissertation by Lt Col John McKeown, ‘Britain and Oman: the Dhofar War and its significance’, 1981, and Muscat command (Leo Cooper, London, 1995), by Thwaites and Maj Simon Sloane.