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Saudi Arabian National Guard
Agency overview

Allegiance: CTHM
Formed: 1910
Role: Counter-insurgency
Headquarters: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Part of: Ministry of National Guard
Agency executives:
Supreme commander; Saudi Arabia Prince Abdullah bin Bandar
Commander-in-Chief; Saudi Arabia Maj. Gen Mansour Al Issa

The Saudi Arabian National Guard or SANG (Arabic: الحَرَس الوَطنيّ‎, lit. 'al-Ḥaras al-Waṭanī'), also known as the "White Army", is one of the three major branches of the military forces of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The national guard is under the administrative control of the Ministry of the National Guard, instead of the Ministry of Defence. It differs from the regular Saudi army in being forged out of tribal elements loyal to the House of Saud and tasked with protecting the royal family from internal dangers such as a coup d'état.

The Saudi Arabian National Guard has a standing force of 125,000 troops and a tribal militia of some 28,000 Fouj (tribal levies). It serves both as a defence force against external attack and as an Internal security force. Its duties include protecting the House of Saud, guarding against military coups, guarding strategic facilities and resources, and providing security for the cities of Mecca and Medina.It reports directly to the king through the Minister of the National Guard and, unlike the army, navy and air force, is not under the control of the Ministry of Defense. The Guard's command structure and communication network are entirely separate from those of the Ministries of Defense and the Interior.

Independent battalions

In addition to the battalions under the control of the three regional headquarters, SANG has four independent light infantry battalions, which appear to be dedicated to protecting facilities and installations

General Investigation Directorate (Mabahith)
Agency overview

Jurisdiction: Government of Saudi Arabia
Formed: October 14, 1924
Role: Counter-Terriosim, Intelligence
Headquarters: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Parent agency: Presidency of State Security
Agency executives:
General officer AbdulAziz bin Mohammed Al-Howairini, Director
Lt. Gen. Abdullah al-Qarni, Deputy Director

The Mabahith (Arabic: المباحث العامة‎, al-Mabāḥiṯ al-ʿĀmmah, General Investigation Directorate), also spelled Mabaheth, is the secret police agency of the Presidency of State Security in Saudi Arabia, and deals with domestic security and counter-intelligence. The officers of the Mabahith have delegated powers to investigate, survey, and arrest individuals who are deemed to be threats to national security.

The Mabahith has conducted a wide variety of security operations that have led to the arrest of high profile terrorists, and opposition members that caused internal unrest. Officially, the Mabahith are to turn over arrested individuals to the Saudi courts for sentencing. The Mabahith have been used by the government of Saudi Arabia to monitor political opposition and individuals they deem to be threatening to Saudi society.

The Mabahith was used by the Ulema to track down anyone who broke the sharia law, however CP Mohammed Salman reformed the Agency to more focus on counter Counter-Terriosim and Intelligence Focus. All means of torture were banned in the agency after the reform. The Mabahith also has gained new Intelligence equipment after the reform and has also reconstructed the Mabahith prisons to a less torture grade which has made more room for jail cells.


Saudi Arabian Royal Guard
Agency overview

Allegiance: King of Saudi Arabia
Formed: 3 November 1803 (1st Saudi State)
Role: Ceremonial guard, light infantry
Headquarters: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Parent agency: Royal Guard Presidency
Agency executives:
General Suheil al-Mutiri

The Saudi Arabian Royal Guard (Arabic: الحرس الملكي السعودي‎ Al-Ḥars al-Malakī as-Suʿūdī) is a unit in the Saudi military forces. Originally an independent military force, the Royal Guards were incorporated into the Armed Forces since its inception until 1953. It is not be confused with the SANG. However, the Royal Guards still retained their unique mission of protecting the House of Saud. Units of the Royal Guard protect the King of Saudi Arabia and other relatives at all times.

The Royal Guards report directly to the king and for security reasons maintain a separate communications network from the regular Army. Members of the Royal Guard Regiment often wear the flowing white thaub (robe) and white kaffiyah and qhutrah (traditional Arab headgear of skullcap and scarf). Royal Guardsmen wear bright green berets when in conventional uniforms.

The Royal Guard Regiment consists of three light infantry battalions, based near Riyadh. The commander of the Royal Guard is General Suheil al-Mutiri.To carry out all procedures to ensure the security and protection of the King and the Crown Prince within and outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and by using all available means to achieve this.

The royal uniform of the Royal Guard consists of four models: the official form of the shirt, the dark green trousers, the green headgear, the green shirt, the combat model: the camouflage cap, Black hat and black hat for the unit and battalion of protection and promotion and the protection units close to the King and senior guests of kings and heads of state.


Special Security Unit
Agency overview

Allegiance: King of Saudi Arabia and Saudi Armed Forces
Formed: 2010
Role: Protecting personalities,protecting installations,
removing explosives, countering terrorism, external covert missions

Headquarters: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Parent agency: Saudi General Intelligence Presidency
Title: Falcons unit
The Special Security Unit or the Falcons Unit is a special forces affiliated with the General Intelligence, which was launched at the Intelligence Presidency Institute in Al-Muzahmiyya in 2010 , in the presence of the Head of General Intelligence Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz , senior officials in the presidency, and senior military and security leaders, including Prince Major General Khalid bin Bandar bin Abdul Aziz, Deputy Commander of the Ground Forces , Prince Major General Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz, Commander of Special Security Units and Paratroopers, and Major General Saad Al Majid, Commander of the Facilities Security Forces at the Ministry of Interior .

The unit Falcons made a presentation to the Chief of General Intelligence Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz , and senior officials of the presidency, and the leaders of the military sectors and security as provided counter - terrorism division of intelligence , new skills, in addressing the terrorist act emerging, including sniper team, ridding the hostages, and the fight against terrorist groups, And the kidnappings of a convoy of a VIP, and aircraft belonging to the armed forces actively participated in the exercise of the Special Security Force. The presentation also included the premise of storming a building inside which a number of terrorists are holed up, where the building was stormed, the terrorist group was arrested, and also a response to a terrorist group that tried to provide support to terrorists, with the participation of aircraft for the armed forces., Carrying groups of snipers and airborne reconnaissance devices. The counter-terrorism strategy includes training members of the Special Security Force, affiliated to the General Intelligence Presidency, on the aircraft protection program and the disposal command program, and equipping the unit’s headquarters with an anti-terrorism training village.

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