Defence sales, 1967-1968
This file contains correspondence relating to: Transportation of 25,000 rounds of 7.62 calibre ammunition from Gdynia, Poland to Doha Order for military supplies placed from Qatar and the involvement of Ghassan Farha Negotiations between Westland Helicopters Limited, Sheikh Khalifa Bin Hamad Al Thani and Mohammad Mahdi Cochrane over the sale of Whirlwind helicopters Sale by Tennant Trading Limited of 20,000 rounds of 9 mm ball ammunition to Qatar Enquiry from Qatar for the purchase of 200 cartridges of 25 pounder blank ammunition Purchase of a consignment of hunting rifles and
Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) apprentice training, 1969 Jan 01-1969 Dec 31
This file relates to the Saudi Arabian Air Defence Scheme, where HMG agreed to uphold the equipment and aircraft sold to the Saudi Government and carry out training.
Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) apprentice training, 1968 Jan 01-1968 Dec 31
This file concerns Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) apprentice training in 1968-69.
Air defence scheme, 1968 Jan 01-1969 Dec 31
This file concerns the Saudi Arabian Air Defence Scheme (SAADS), where the Saudi Arabian Government signed a letter of intent, agreeing to buy aircrafts, training, maintenance and military equipment from three British companies overseen by HMG. These companies, known collectively as the Saudi Arabian Defence Consortium (SADC), are: British Aircraft Corporation Limited (BAC), Associated Electrical Industries (AEI) and Airwork Services Limited. It contains correspondence relating to: Part 1 and 2 of the Consortium Construction Program, which was in accordance with the SAADS.