Ayomide, Lagos
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has officially kicked off the specialized warfare training of its personnel in Kaduna, in collaboration with the British Military Assistance Training Team (BMATT). The six-week BMATT training programme for selected NAF personnel is aimed at developing the capacity of the personnel to train others for Force Protection in a complex environment.
The training is a continuation of the NAF’s efforts at strengthening its Base Defence system to be able to respond to a wide range of situations that might threaten NAF Bases across the country. It would be recalled that the NAF only recently held a Base Defence Retreat and commissioned an electronic shooting range as well as the newly built Regiment Training Centre in Kaduna, in preparation for the commencement of the BMATT organized training.

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