The names of successful applicants who sat for the Nigerian Air Force screening have been disclosed. On behalf of the commander of the air staff, Air Vice Marshal Mahmud Nda Madi issued a statement on Saturday, October 16.
Candidates are expected to report to the Military Training Centre Nigerian Air Force Base in Kaduna state, according to him.
The names of candidates who passed the Basic Military Training Course (BMTC 42/2021) have been issued by the Nigerian Air Force (NAF).
On Saturday, October 16, Air Vice Marshal Mahmud Nda Madi signed the list on behalf of the chief of air staff and uploaded it on NAF’s official Facebook page.
Air Force of Nigeria (NAF)
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has announced the names of those who have completed its military training course. Nigerian Air Force Headquarters (photo credit) Facebook is the source of this information.
On Saturday, October 30, 2021, the candidates were told to go to the Military Training Centre Nigerian Air Force Base, Kaduna, for training.
The names of successful candidates who appeared on the list may be seen at the Nigerian Air Force Recruitment Portal, according to Madi.
What should candidates bring to the training?
Candidates must bring the following materials, according to the statement:
- 2 pairs of white T-shirts.
2 pairs of blue PT shorts.Need Federal Govt Free-Interest Loan? =>See Here.
2 pairs of white canvas shoe.
3 pairs of white socks.
3 pairs of National dress.
2 white shirts.
1 black tie.
2 black trousers.
3 pairs of smart casuals.
4 reusable face masks
200 ml hand sanitizer
4 passport photographs
Copy of BVN print out
The NAF has announced the absorption of o’level students for full service.
In the meantime, the NAF has reinstated the enlistment of ex-junior airmen (secondary school leavers) as airmen (NAF).
On Wednesday, October 13, Chief of Air Staff (CAS) Air Marshall Isiaka Amao revealed this during the 36th Passing Out Parade (POP) of junior airmen from the Air Force Military School Plateau.
Those that were integrated into the NAF, according to Amao, were put through a special training program at the Military Training Centre in Kaduna before being posted to other units of the force across Nigeria.