Meet The Two Female Pilots Who Joined Dubai Police Air Wing

  • Publish date: Sunday، 29 August 2021
Meet The Two Female Pilots Who Joined Dubai Police Air Wing
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After having undergone extensive training in the past year, Emirati pilots Dana Al Mazmi and Mohra bin Hammad have started to carry out air missions for the Dubai Police.

They will help in rescuing injured people from accident sites; searching and rescuing those who lose their way in the desert or the mountains; transmitting live images from accident sites to the police control room; and securing events.

Dana and Mohra, who joined the Dubai Police in 2019, underwent intense training at the Horizon helicopter flight academy

Lieutenant-General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of the Police, said, "We in Dubai Police are proud of the great achievements of Emirati women at all levels, which confirms that in the United Arab Emirates we are moving forward with our ambitions towards leadership in all fields."

“We are all proud of what women have achieved in the UAE and in Dubai Police in particular,” Ms Hammad said.

Meet The Two Female Pilots Who Joined Dubai Police Air Wing

“I'm proud to join the air wing at Dubai Police and carry out missions that would protect the public and provide its members with safety and security,” Ms Al Mazmi said.

Both pilots expressed pride at being given the opportunity and vowed to protect and serve the country.