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The federal government has revealed that the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has deployed at least 100 fighter jets as the search for the 110 abducted schoolgirls, while the Chief of Air Staff (CAC) Sadique Abubakar relocated to Yobe.
The commendation was from the Air Commodore AG Yusuf, who was the guest of honour on the occasion of the Air Force Girls Comprehensive School, Abuja 2nd Inter-Squadron sports competition held on Saturday, February 24.
According to a statement by the NAF's Director of Public Relations and Information, Air Vice Marshal, Olatokunbo Adesanya, the outreach also involves surgical interventions for those with complicated and critical health challenges
The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal, Sadiq Abubakar, on Friday, February 23, at the graduation of 150 special forces at the Regiment Training Centre, Kaduna, said not less than 500 special forces personnel had been trained.
The vice chancellor of University of Lagos, Professor Ołuwatoyin Temitayo Ogundipe, has expressed the desire of the institution to have closer ties with the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) in the area of research and development.
Flight Lieutenant Nkemdilim Anulika Ofodile is the only female in the team of the Nigerian Air Force aerospace engineers that designed the recently commissioned Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) - Tsaigumi in the NAF Base, Kaduna.
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) on Friday, has set the record straight following misconceptions that the first indigenous Operational Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) known as TSAIGUMI was launched by former President Jonathan.
Muhammadu Buhari will arrive Kaduna state today, Thursday, February 15, to commission an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) built by the Nigerian Air Force. The Tsaigumi UAV is the first indigenous operational Remotely Piloted Aircraft
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) on Friday, February 2, graduated 1,544 recruits, who it said have just successfully completed the Basic Military Training Course (BMTC) 38/2017 at the Military Training Centre (MTC), Kaduna.
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has condemned the Amnesty International (AI) over a recent report claiming that officers in the north-eastern state of Adamawa committed human rights abuses against villagers around Numan in Adamawa.
The chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall Sadiq Abubakar, has charged officers of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) not to be distracted by malicious campaigns from individuals, who are bent on creating anarchy in the country.
The Nigerian Air Force is set to build a Forward Operational Base each in Cross Rivers and Akwa Ibom states respectively. This was announced by the Chief of the Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar on Saturday, January 28.
The Nigerian Air Force has commenced a 5-day medical outreach for the people of Azare in Katagum local government area of Bauchi state. The move is part of NAF's leadership policy aimed at improving access to healthcare delivery.
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) on Thursday, January 24, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Nigeria Machine Tools (NMT), Oshogbo as part of the its efforts to reinforce the culture of self-reliance.
The University of Nigeria Nsukka has expressed its willingness to partner with the Nigerian Air Force in the area of training as well as Research and Development. The move is geared towards supporting the NAF in its roles.
The Nigerian Air Force has redeployed 3 Air Officers Commanding and 14 other senior officers as part of routine exercise at ensuring operational efficiency and effectiveness. This was contained in a statement sent to NAIJ.com
NAIJ.com gathered that the helicopter’s major systems were assembled at the Nigerian Air Force’s 631 Aircraft Maintenance Depot (ACMD) Ikeja by a combined team of foreign experts as well as NAF engineers and technicians.
The officers successfully qualified at 401 Flying Training School in Kaduna in November 2016 and were later sent to Westline Aviation School where they commenced their course from January 16, 2017 to December 16, 2017.
The hostel was designed and constructed by engineers of the NAF Directorate of Works for the comfort of the school's SS3 students, thus expected to be a source of motivation for the junior students to work hard.
Chief of the Air Staff, Sadique Abubakar, has reiterated the commitment of the current Nigerian Air Force leadership to improving the welfare of its personnel, particularly those participating in the ongoing counter insurgency.
The ceremony was held to celebrate Nigerian Air Force personnel that were deemed to have demonstrated courage, resilience, commitment, ingenuity and dedication to service within the purview of their assigned tasks.
The postings and redeployment came as a result of the recent promotion of senior NAF officers to the next higher ranks, according to Air Vice Marshal Olatokunbo Adesanya, the director of public relations and information.