On Might 16, a flight security crew from U.S. Air Forces in Europe-Air Forces Africa (USAFE-AFAF) traveled to Abuja to conduct a five-day navy alternate program to reinforce the Nigerian Air Pressure’s operational security.
The protection crew visited the NAF Institute of Security (NAFIS) in Ipetu-Ijesa, which was the first-ever U.S. Air Pressure go to there. NAFIS is the formal faculty for Nigerian Air Pressure officers that run unit security packages and is chargeable for sustaining a tradition of security all through the service. After departing NAFIS, the crew met with management and security officers from a Nigerian Air Pressure transportation squadron to debate the suitable organizational construction of security, security reporting procedures, and the position of formal security faculties.
America has collaborated with the Nigerian Air Pressure, by USAFE-AFAF, on a number of security associated packages previously. In August 2021, a USAFE-AFAF security crew visited the 307 Government Airlift Group to evaluate the security program and make suggestions. Shortly after, USAFE-AFAF taught a two-week formal security course for twenty-four Nigerian Air Pressure officers. In return, USAFE-AFAF despatched two individuals of the security course to america to attend a U.S. Air Pressure Worldwide Security Program Officer’s Course at Kirtland Air Pressure Base in New Mexico.
America is devoted to supporting the Nigerian Air Pressure in its efforts to enhance its operational security. This precedence was reiterated by U.S. Mission Nigeria at this 12 months’s “Nation Coordination Assembly” between the U.S. and Nigerian militaries. Ambassador Leonard recommended the Nigerian Air Pressure on their continued efforts saying, “Security is a common concern for all aviators, no matter nationality or crew place, and the U.S. is proud to collaborate with the Nigerian Air Pressure to assist promote a tradition of security.”
Distributed by APO Group on behalf of U.S. Embassy & Consulate in Nigeria.
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