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Nigerian Air Force

16 Jul 2020
Tolulope Arotile, the first female combat helicopter pilot in the Nigerian Air Force, died on Tuesday as a result of head injuries sustained in a road traffic accident in the northwestern Nigerian state of Kaduna.
26 Oct 2019
In this report, TVC News Correspondent, Celestina Iria, tells us more about the Nigerian Air Force's process of acquiring fighter crafts.
26 Oct 2019
The Nigerian Air force said it is making progress in its effort to acquire fighter crafts to help in its fight against terror.
15 Oct 2019
Meet The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) first decorated female fighter pilot, Flying Officer Kafayat Sanni, and the first female helicopter pilot, Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile. The Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar decorated them alongside another officer Grace Garba, the first female Air Warrant Officer, and 10 0ther officers at the NAF headquarters in Abuja.
7 May 2019
Nigerian Air Force vows to end insecurity across the country.
1 May 2019
Nigerian Air Force acquires new fleet of Attack helicopter
29 Sep 2018
How Nigerian Air Force jets crashed in Abuja.
20 Sep 2017
Israel trains Nigerian Air Force in asymmetrical warfare.
5 Mar 2017
Nigerian Air Force graduates 30 pilots.

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