Beside Prince Muhammad, analysts have pointed to Mecca Governor Prince Khaled al-Faisal, Eastern Province Governor Prince Muhammad bin Fahd and Saudi Arabian National Guard chief Prince Miteb bin Abdullah as leading next-generation princes.
What does SANG stand for?
SANG stands for Saudi Arabian National Guard
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- Military and Government
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The LAV-3 (light armored vehicle) and other similar vehicles that Canada has supplied to the Saudi Arabian National Guard are exactly the kind of equipment that would be used to put down demonstrations and used against civilian populations.
Capt Flannery, 35, is currently serving with the UK Ministry of Defence Saudi Arabian National Guard Communication Project Team, also known as SANGCOM.
Earlier this year, the UK government admitted that members of the Saudi Arabian National Guard sent into Bahrain may have received military training from the British Armed Forces.
Summary: The Saudi Arabian National Guard sent into Bahrain to crush a popular uprising reportedly received training from the British military.
The Saudi Arabian National Guard was given weapons and public order training by a British military mission, according to documents obtained by the newspaper under the Freedom of Information Act.