Abdullah Aiasra

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Abdullah Aiasra
Allegiance  Jordan
Service/branch Royal Jordanian Army Flag.svg Royal Jordanian Army
Years of service 1970 - 2000
Rank 14. JLF-BG.svg Brigadier general
Awards See below

Abdullah Aiasra (Arabic: عبد الله عياصره‎) is a retired Brigadier General of the Royal Jordanian Army. He held several prominent positions during his military career.

Aiasra was born in Jerash on December 4, 1952. Following high school, he enrolled in the Royal Military College in 1970, from which he graduated in 1972 with a diploma of higher education in Military Science, and a commission as a Second Lieutenant. Upon graduation, his first assignment was in the Royal Maintenance Corps. He graduated in Supply Management from the U.S. Army Quartermaster School at Fort Lee, Virginia (Class of 1978). He is also a graduate in Senior Management of the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) at Monterey, California.

Aiasra was one of those who played a major role in putting a permanent administrative and technical plan for King Hussein Main Workshops (KHMW), which is the main manufacturing and rebuilding facility in the army.

Awards and decorations

 
 
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1st Row Order of the Renaissance Order of the Star
2nd Row Order of Independence Order of Military Merit Long Service Medal
3rd Row Medal of Administrative and Technical Competence Medal of Training Competence Medal for the Silver Jubilee
4th Row Medal of Leadership Competence Service Medal
Parachutist Badge
QMS Badge, USA
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