|Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah|
|Ruler of Kuwait|
|Reign||29 March 1921 – 29 January 1950|
|Predecessor||Salim Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah|
|Successor||Abdullah Al-Salim Al-Sabah|
Sheikhdom of Kuwait
|Died||29 January 1950(aged 64–65)|
|Father||Jaber II Al-Sabah|
Ahmad was the son of Jaber II Al-Sabah, who was the eighth Ruler of Kuwait between 1915 and 1917. He rose to power after the death of his uncle Salem Al-Sabah, the ninth ruler of Kuwait, in February 1921.
Ahmad was the lead cavalry commander, founder of the Military of Kuwait and the Directorate of Public Security Force. Ahmad tasked his defense cavalry and infantry to Sheikh Ali Salem Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah in the early 1920s and transferred the command of defense cavalry and infantry to Sheikh Abdullah Jaber Al-Abdullah II Al-Sabah following the 1928 Battle of Al-Regeai.
In 1936 the Palestinian authorities asked financial aid from Ahmad Al Jaber, but he refused the demand and also, banned the Kuwaiti royals and other leading figures from helping the Palestinians. During his last period of his reign he was the minister of finance from 1940 to 1950.
Ahmad was married several times. Notable children include:
Ahmad died in 1950 at Dasman Palace in Kuwait.