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NAF chief charges personnel to be on alert as service holds Second quarter route March

The Chief of the Air Staff(CAS), Air Marshall Sadiq Abubakar, has charged workforce of the Nigerian Air Force(NAF), to stay alarmed guzzle physical preparing as a lifestyle to manage the developing security challenges in the nation.

Abubakar, who gave the charge at 2019 Nigerian Air Force(NAF), Second quarter2019 course March in Abuja, said persistent physical preparing remains the best way to manage psychological militants and different offenders threatening the nation with their exercises.

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Spoken to by the Chief Of Policy and Plans(COPP), Air Vice Marshall Emmanuel Anebi at the event, Abubakar, said the subsequent quarter course March is gone for guaranteeing that official and men are physically fit as well as dexterous and battle prepared to confront the enemies at the briefest conceivable time.

The NAF, Chief While praising the faculty for their courage said “the course March Is one of the schedule occasion of the NAF and occurring simonstanously in all NAF units and arrangements the nation over.

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“The point is to guarantee that we have agile, physically fit, and battle prepared officials and men to play out their different obligations and that has been shown by every one of you early today.

“The practical result of the activity validates the way that you are altogether competent and battle prepared at whatever point you are called upon.

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“The exercise has been useful as there was no setback.

This goes to show the standard of physical wellness and the psychological skill that is in the Nigerian Air power today, which is coupled with the vision of the Chief of the Air Staff on human limit advancement.

“I praise every one of you for this show of courage and urge you to keep up this rhythm even in your workforce level.”

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