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Nigerian Air Force

The Nigerian Air Force recruitment portal is currently open for application.

Because of the high demand for security in the country, the NAF has announced its desperate need for qualified candidates who are able and willing to work to protect the nation from internal crises.

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) was officially established by a statutory Act of Parliament in April 1964 to serve these purposes:

  • To achieve a full complement of the military defense system of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, both in the air and on the ground.
  • To ensure a fast, versatile mobility of the Armed Forces.
  • To provide close support for the ground-based and seaborne forces in all phases of operations and to ensure the territorial integrity of a united Nigeria.
  • To give the country the deserved prestige that is invaluable in international matters.
  • Enforcing and help coordinate the enforcement of international law, conventions, practices and customs ascribed and agreed to by Nigeria relating to aerial or space activities in the Nigerian airspace.
  • Coordinating and enforcing all national and international air laws acceded or ascribed to by Nigeria.
  • De-lineating, demarcating and coordinating all aerial surveys and security zones of the Nigerian airspace.

Mission of The Nigerian Air Force

To ensure the integrity of the airspace by gaining and maintaining control of the air while retaining a credible capacity to fulfill other airpower tasks demanded by national defense and security imperatives.

Chief of The Air Staff Vision

“To enhance and sustain critical airpower capabilities required for joint force employment in pursuit of national security imperatives”.

Nigerian Air Force Address

Nigerian Air Force, Ministry of Defence, Area 7, Garki, PMB 0244, Abuja, Nigeria

Headquarters of The Nigerian Air Force

The Nigerian Air Force Headquarters comprises nine staff branches, which plan policies.

The current nine staff branches are:

  • Policy and Plans
  • Training and Operations
  • Aircraft Engineering
  • Logistics and Communications
  • Administration
  • Standards and Evaluations
  • Air Secretary
  • Accounts and Budget
  • Medical Services

Each Staff Branch is headed by a Branch Chief who is directly responsible to the Chief of Air Staff.

The Branch Chiefs are assisted by several directors and staff officers.

The Nigerian Air Force Career Path

1. Regular Combatant

The Regular Combatant Commission is a 5-year intensive military training at the Nigerian Defence Academy.

This type of commission is opened to young Nigerians within 17 years old and not over 21 years old at the time of entry into the Academy.

The training involves 4 years of both academic and military training and one year of dedicated military training, which will lead to the award of a Bachelor Degree and a presidential commission to the rank of Second Lieutenant in the Nigerian Army (NA), Midship Man in the Nigerian Navy (NN) and Flying Officer in the Nigerian Air Force (NAF).

Until 2011, this course used to be only for males.

The first set of females began training in September 2011.

2. Direct Short Service Commission

The Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) is a type of commission in the NAF, which is open to both civilians and serving military personnel.

The Course provides the avenue for the enlistment of degree holders who are professionals in specified fields.

Training period for this type of commission is usually 6 months of intensive military training and successful candidates are commissioned into the rank of Flying Officer.

3. Basic Military Training Course

The Basic Military Training Course is a Short Period Training for the Airmen and Airwomen, not normally more than 6 months of training.

It is mainly for those who possess a Secondary School Certificate, National Diploma certificate, NABTEB, RN/RM/NCE or City and Guild Certificate and Trade Test Certificate.

The BMTC is comprised of Non-Tradesmen/Women with an age limit between 18 and 22, and Tradesmen/Women with an age limit between 18 and 25.

Nigerian Air Force Recruitment Requirements

Here are the eligibility requirements for the Nigerian Air Force job:

  • You must be a Nigerian citizen.
  • You must have a valid ID card.
  • Age range – 18 and 22 years for non-tradesmen/women, 18 and 25 years for tradesmen/women.
  • Drivers applying must be between the ages of 18 and 28 years.
  • Minimum height is 1.66 meters or 5.4ft for males and 1.63m or 5.3ft for females.
  • All applicants must be medically fit and meet the Nigerian Air Force medical and employment standards.
  • Qualifications – Secondary School Certificate, National Diploma certificate, NABTEB, RN/RM/NCE or City and Guild Certificate and Trade Test Certificate.

Nigerian Air Force Job Application Steps

Here are the steps to apply for a job in the Nigerian Air Force:

  • To apply, visit the application portal. 
  • Hover on Airmen/Airwomen.
  • Click on “Start Application.”
  • Read the instructions carefully before proceeding.
  • Agree to the terms and conditions by ticking the box.
  • Create an account with your phone number and active E-mail.
  • Enter your information.
  • Submit your application.
  • Note your Application Number after the registration.
  • Print out your slip once your application is complete and submitted to the portal.
  • Ensure your attestation form is duly signed by a respected member of the society such as your LGA chairman or military personnel.
  • Have a parent/guardian consent/acknowledgement form.
  • All interested applicants can only submit one application.
  • Any applicant who submits more than one application will be automatically disqualified.
  • The Attestation Form must be accompanied by the passport photograph and photocopy of the signees’ Driver’s License, International Passport or National ID Card.
  • The signee is also to authenticate the passport photograph of the applicant.

The Nigerian Air Force recruitment exercise is usually conducted yearly.

NAF clearly stated on the portal that recruitment into the agency is transparent and completely free to apply.

This means that as long as you have the needed credentials, you should be eligible to take part in the recruitment exercise.

Once successful, your name will appear on the NAF shortlist and you will be contacted via your registered e-mail address and be scheduled for the next phase of the Nigerian Air Force training exercise, leading eventually to an exciting career with the NAF.

Candidates who will pass the military training phase of the Nigerian Air Force will be promoted to the rank of a flying officer.

To stay updated regarding the Nigerian Air Force recruitment, keep visiting this website regularly.

We also recommend that you bookmark or save this page and refresh it regularly in case of any change, and we will update you as soon as that happens.

I wish you success in your job application.

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