- The Nigerian Navy made a very important announcement on Thursday, March 18
- The force said it has released the names of candidates who scaled through to the Direct Short Service Commission Course
- Such persons are to get ready for training starting from Wednesday, March 24, at the Nigerian Naval College, Onne in Rivers
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The full list of successful candidates for the Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) Course 28 was on Thursday, March 18, released by the Nigerian Navy.
Dahun urged candidates who attended the selection board interview in Lagos between Wednesday, December 16, 2020, and Monday, January 4, 2021, to check their names on the website: www.joinnigeriannavy.com.
Daily Nigerian reports that candidates who scaled through the exercise were told to present themselves for training at the Nigerian Naval College, Onne in Rivers by Wednesday, March 24, at 8am.
Moreover, the Navy stated that those who will fail to be at the venue at 6pm on Saturday, March 27, would not be accepted for the training.
Meanwhile, Commander Kelechi Ndukwe did Nigeria and himself proud with his recent achievement in the US Navy.
Kelechi in a decision made by the military top brass of the United States, with the knowledge of the US President Joe Biden, was appointed and given the charge to take command of the US Navy-guided missile destroyer USS HALSEY (DDG-97).
The graduate of chemical engineering from Notre Dame will take charge on Friday, April 2, 2021.
The Nigerian-American's new feat is another feather to his already feather-filled cap. Before now, he has received unit-level and campaign awards including the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, and Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, RefinedNG highlighted.
Kelechi has served in capacities as Surface Strike Requirement Officer-OPNAV 96 at the Pentagon, Washington DC; Deputy Executive Assistant to the Director for Surface Warfare on the Navy Staff, Washington DC; Surface Warfare Branch Chief, Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff and Navy Office of Legislative Affairs, representing the Navy on Capitol Hill as a Congressional Liaison Officer.
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