Nigerian Air Force News
The news of the demise of the Nigerian Air Force pilot, Flight Lieutenant Perowei Jacob, who died in the January 2, 2019, Mi-35M helicopter crash, was not officially passed to his wife until she saw it on a WhatsApp status update.
Nigerian Air Force is inviting eligible and patriotic Nigerians for the applications into the Nigerian Air Force Trade and Non-Trades recruitment exercise for the year 2019.The online application starts on January 12.
When a person successfully survives a death-threatening situation, he or she expresses such deep level of gratitude. A lady took to expressing such appreciation to God for saving her after the plane she boarded caught fire.
In a statement sent to Legit.ng by its media and publicity, Kola Ologbodiyan on Friday, January 4, the PPCO hailed the NAF personnel, “who have continued to display unmatched courage in the fight against insurgents.”
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) lost two of its pilots alongside three crew members in a helicopter crash on January 2. Among the deceased was late Flight Lieutenant Perowei Jacob who served as a pilot in command prior to his death.
President Muhammadu Buhari and the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), on Thursday, January 3, mourned the officers of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF), who died in a helicopter crash on Tuesday, January 2.