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Nigerian Air Force acquires six new helicopters – CAS Abubakar

For the first time in the last 18 years, the Nigerian Air Force has acquired six brand new helicopters to add to its platforms.

Boko Haram: How Jordan will assist Nigerian Air Force – commander

The Jordanian Air Force has expressed its readiness to collaborate with the Nigerian Air Force, NAF, in the fight against terrorism.

Jordanian Air Force Commander arrives Nigeria

The Commander of the Royal Jordanian Air Force (RJAF), Maj.-Gen. Yousef Al-Hnaity, on Sunday arrived in Nigeria on a week-long working visit to Nigerian Air Force (NAF).

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