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We had a nice JP meeting yesterday where I had the pleasure of meeting some new faces like Hala, (7ala) and Mr. Khashashneh, and some other newcomers that I didn't recognize: D I left the meeting early so that I can have the chance of taking photos of some parties celebrating the Independence Day around Amman but my luck didn't help me as all the places were so crowded that I couldn't take even a single photo but before I left I chatted with Laith al-majali about Baccalaureate school, we talked about his passion for the military activities, JameedKast and politics. Yesterday's events touched my heart and inspired my mind to dig up in my old files and looking for old photos of friends and some of the activities I was happy with it so I scanned some of the photos to share with you.

anyway I'll start with JP meeting related photos


JP Independence day meetup

JP Independence day meetup

JP Independence day meetup

JP Independence day meetup

JP Independence day meetup

JP Independence day meetup

JP Independence day meetup

JP meeting - Khalidah, Mr Khashashneh

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Independence day & military passion


Yesterday was Independence day and this took my memories back to an event in 1996 organized by Al-shaheed faisal collage, I participatedthat time in Jumping and free fight. At that time we spent three months traning to make the best show and it was almost perfect and the The Jordanian army chief was just happy about it.


Independence day - Free fight - al-shaheed faisal collage






Military passion


I used to be very passionate about military stuff and I participated in so many activies and even enrolled in some courses. Honestly I don't know how life turned me into this geek programmer. Although,now I'm very happy about my new passion for programming stuff but I still wonder ,when I look back and remember, how extra active and social I was and how athletic I used to be comparing to the lazy coach-potato geek I am now.

Jad

Jad - military tank

With Tareq inside old military tank in Mafrag

Jad with Ahmad h

Abed al-gader al ajarmeh - CPA camp graduation

Jad

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Baccalaureate school


Baccalaureate schoolSome of CPA (Crown Prince Award) activities were held in Amman Baccalaureate school and actually I had some nice memories there like my graduation day under the patronage of HRH Prince Al-Hasan Bin Talal and HRH Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales.

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