Nigerian Air Force

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    Nigerian Air Force is a defense organization. It has expertise in aircraft management, training and operations, aircraft engineering, logistics and communications, administration, standards and evaluations, and more.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1962
    HQAbuja, NG
    Websiteairforce.mil.ng

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    Key People/Management at Nigerian Air Force

    Jackson Andrew Yusuf

    Jackson Andrew Yusuf

    Chief of Training and Operations (Ctop)
    Charles Akpochai Ohwo

    Charles Akpochai Ohwo

    Chief of Policy and Plans
    Akanbi Raimi Salami

    Akanbi Raimi Salami

    Chief of Communication Information Systems
    Emmanuel Alu Wonah

    Emmanuel Alu Wonah

    Chief of Aircraft Engineering
    Nelson Ebieteli Calmday

    Nelson Ebieteli Calmday

    Chief of Administration
    Adebukanla Adesanya

    Adebukanla Adesanya

    Chief of Logistics
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    Nigerian Air Force Office Locations

    Nigerian Air Force has an office in Abuja
    Abuja, NG (HQ)
    Area 7, Garki
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    Nigerian Air Force Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1962

    Nigerian Air Force Cybersecurity Score

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    69/100

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    Nigerian Air Force News and Updates

    Pakistan delivers JF-17 fighters to Nigerian Air Force

    This marks the latest development in the Pakistan Air Force’s involvement in the Nigerian Air Force’s modernization program.

    Nigerian Air Force Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Nigerian Air Force founded?

      Nigerian Air Force was founded in 1962.

    • Who are Nigerian Air Force key executives?

      Nigerian Air Force's key executives are Jackson Andrew Yusuf, Charles Akpochai Ohwo and Akanbi Raimi Salami.

    • Who are Nigerian Air Force competitors?

      Competitors of Nigerian Air Force include U.S. Department of Defense, DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory and U.S. Army DEVCOM.

    • Where is Nigerian Air Force headquarters?

      Nigerian Air Force headquarters is located at Area 7, Garki, Abuja.

    • Where are Nigerian Air Force offices?

      Nigerian Air Force has an office in Abuja.

    • How many offices does Nigerian Air Force have?

      Nigerian Air Force has 1 office.