We were pleased to learn form the Winter 1987 issue of Al Ayyam Al-Jamila that another branch of the "Aramco Brats" has gotten together and held a reunion.
The Sixteenth Annuitants' Reunion will be held at Marriott's Five Diamond TAN-TAR-A Resort and Golf Club, Osage Beach, MO, Oct., 12-14, 1988.
The small grouper, Cephalopholis miniatus, makes its home in the coral reefs of the Arabian Gulf.
Clothed in Saudi Arab dancing dress used for weddings and other celebrations, sixth-grader Emily Stephens from Blackburn Elementary of Saudi costume on display at the Nance Museum.
Facade of a Nabataean tomb carved into the west face of Qasr al-Bint at Madain Saleh.
Published by the Public Affairs Department of Aramco Services Company for annuitants of Aramco, Aramco Overseas Company, Aramco Services Company and Tapline, their families and friends.
The foundations of the 'Umar Mosque and its tower, in the old city of Jowf, are attributed to the Caliph 'Umar (634-644 C.E.)
Archaeological site at the oasis of al-Kharj, 25 kilometers from Riyadh. Te area was the center of the historic Yamamah region and was inhabited earlier by Thamudic people.
George Covey, senior vice president of Exploration and Producing, retired in August after more than three decades of service to Aramco.
The story of Aramco in Saudi Arabia is one of a quest for oil and its effect on a nation.
Enclosed please find a photo of our golden wedding anniversary in Harlingen, TX, September 1983.
'Asir Province, the Kingdom's highest and wettest region, is covered with lush terraced fields.
Fragrant hardwoodia dicksonaiae, one of the few flowering plants native to Saudi Arabia, blankets the desert with pink.
Our cover photo is one of many striking views featured in Aramco And Its World : Arabia And The Middle East.
Al-Hasa's date palms are inextricably linked with the life of Saudi Arabia.
Fertile farmlands spread across the tranquil 'Asir province of southwestern Saudi Arabia.
The beauty of Arabesque architecture is depicted in Prophet's Mosque in Medina, which attracts Muslims from all over the world every year.
The tombs at Mada'in Salih, north of Medina, stand as monuments to the caravan kingdom of the Nabateans, who controlled the trade routes in northwestern Arabia from the fourth to the first century B.C..
Saudi Arabia is well known for its desert regions, but less so for its seaports such as Jiddah and Yanbu on the Red Sea and Dammam, Jubail and Ras Tanura on the Gulf.
Thousands of years ago ships that were the ancestors of today's dhow plied the wates of the Arabian Gulf.