• What Are The Nigerian Airforce Rank And Salary Structure
  • Image: facebook.com, @hqnigerianairforce If you would like to join the Nigeria Airforce, one of the many questions that must be going through your mind is, “What are the ranks in the Nigeria Airforce, and what are their salaries?” Luckily for you, this article contains all you need to know about the Nigerian Airforce salary structure. Nigerian Air Force ranks and salary Here are the Nigerian Airforce ranks (in ascending order) and their monthly salaries: Trainee: N10,237 Aircraftman woman: N53,892 Lance Corporal: N55,832 Corporal: N58,634 Sergeant: N69,261 Flight Sergeant: N87,119 Warrant Officer: N101,974 Master Warrant Officer: N165,697 Cadet (Trainee): N44,564 Air Warrant Officer: N171,793 Pilot Officer: N187,159 Flying Officer: N218,400 Flight Lieutenant: N232,484 Squadron Leader: N248,004 Wing Comdr: N342,586 Group Captain: N352,631 Air Commodore: N677,895 Air Vice-Marshal: N1,376,343 Air Marshal: N1,486,451 Air Chief Marshal: N1,724,283 Now that you know all about the ranks in the Nigerian Airforce, here are some details about the NAF's history.  Image: facebook.com, @hqnigerianairforce History of the Nigerian Air Force The idea of establishing an air force for Nigeria was first mooted in 1961 following the nation's participation in peace-keeping operations in Congo and Tanganyika. During these peace-keeping operations, foreign air forces aircraft were employed to airlift the Nigerian Army Regiment to and from the theatres of operation. The Nigerian Government at the time, no doubt, recognized the urgent need to establish an air force actively supported by modern facilities to provide full complement of forces to enhance the nation's military posture.  Image: facebook.com, @hqnigerianairforce Early in 1962, the Government agreed in principle that the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) be established. The Nigerian Air Force was officially established by a statutory Act of Parliament in April 1964 to serve four main purposes namely: 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 fast versatile mobility of the Armed Forces. To provide close support for the ground-based and sea-borne 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. 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.  Image: facebook.com, @hqnigerianairforce Chief of the Air Staff vision To reposition the NAF into a highly professional and disciplined force through capacity building initiatives for effective, efficient, and timely employment of airpower in response to Nigeria's national security imperatives. Now you are well aware of the Nigerian Air Force ranks and salaries. This information will undoubtedly be useful for those who desire to pursue a career in the NAF. Legit.ng recently reported about the ranking order in the Nigerian Police Force plus the symbols for each rank. According to the report, the structure of the Nigeria Police Force is provided for in section 214 (2)(a) and 215(2) of the 1999 Constitution. There are specific requirements for joining each of the Nigerian police ranks. So, if you are interested in joining the police force, you should learn about these requirements. Knowing these requirements will give you the opportunity to know and also be able to set your goals and you can prepare yourself for a great career in the Nigerian Police Force.
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  • 26 Sep '20 - 07:39am
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  • marghi7 on 26 Sep '20 - 07:51am
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  • kashlee on 26 Sep '20 - 08:40am
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  • cent on 26 Sep '20 - 09:35am
    no need to show people salary even when I check their salary did they are not doing their work so the skirt is too short this country is still bad so I'm not shaking their salaries
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  • mmadu on 27 Sep '20 - 02:27am
    am not dreaming of ever joining Nigerian force.
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