- The Nigerian Air Force has announced that it has recently added some secondary school leavers to its service
- The head of the NAF, Air Marshall Isiaka Amao, noted that the recruits were former Airmen who had previously expressed interest in the force
- Amao announced that the recruiting participants would be trained in the Kaduna Military Training Center and in others Parts of the country
The recruitment program for former aviators (secondary school leavers) into service as aviators has been resumed. Introduced by the Nigerian Air Force (NAF).
Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshall Isiaka Amao, made this unveiling during the 36th Passing Out Parade (POP) of Junior Airmen from the Air Force Military School Plateau on Wednesday, October 13th, reported The Guardian.
Amao announced that those who were admitted to the NAF would be through After a special training program in the Military Training Center Kaduna, they were deployed in various units of the troops throughout Nigeria.
The NAF chief, represented by AVM Isa Muhammad, asked the participants to To practice lessons they have received from their training and to apply them in service for their country among the troops.
“The POP means your formal completion of secondary education after six years of academic and military training at the Air Force Military School. The school has had over 4,300 graduates since it was founded. “
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In the meantime, Amao had a committee of current and retired senior officers in order to carry out a safety audit of all operational and technical units of the NAF.
Among other things, the committee will analyze safety reports from the operational and technical areas and conduct safety assessments by NAF units and recommend measures to increase operational safety in the units.