Mohammed Al Mulla
- Date of Birth:1988
- Education:Bachelor’s degree in law and economics and an Executive Master of Public Administration from the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government
- Previous Occupation:Head of Training Department of the Air Wing Centre at Dubai
Mohammad AlMulla was born in Dubai, in 1988. At the age of 19, he obtained a commercial pilot’s license to become the youngest pilot in Dubai Police. He then set another record, becoming the youngest trainer in the same organisation at 28 years, after getting his flight instructor license. In 2015, he obtained a bachelor’s degree in law and economics and an Executive Master of Public Administration from the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government in 2021.
With a career spanning over 15 years, AlMulla is currently the Head of Training Department of the Air Wing Centre at Dubai Police. AlMulla has received the Bravery Medal from His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and the Commander in Chief Award for the Best Officer in a Specialised Field, in addition to the Dubai Police Global Excellence Award.
At Dubai Police, AlMulla wanted to dedicate his efforts to the nation’s service and therefore was part of multiple volunteering activities. He was a member of the Dubai Police Youth Council until the age of 30 and a member of the Dubai Police Job Happiness and Satisfaction Council.
AlMulla joined the “2021 NASA Astronaut Candidate Class” Under the training programme, the astronauts are trained to manage various missions on the International Space Station, including simulated spacewalks and long duration stay, along with training in major systems, robotics, extravehicular activity, T-38 jet courses, water and land survival, Russian language skills and theoretical training.