Nigerian AIR Force Aptitude Test Result 2024/2025 screening venue

Nigerian AIR Force Aptitude Test Result 2024/2025 screening venue exam timetable

When will Nigerian Air force  Aptitude test result be out?we have seen more than an hundred of such questions from people (Nigerians) who want to get full time update on the Nigerian Air Force ongoing recruitment.

See: Nigerian Airforce List Of shortlisted candidate

Hope you know that Nigerian Air Force online recruitment won’t be complete or concluded without the Nigerian Air Force aptitude test? This means that if an applicant fails the test or fails to sit for the exam, he or she is going to miss out big time from the recruitment process.

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Nigeria Air Force Aptitude Test

The Nigeria Air Force Aptitude test is has the following format questions:

  • Basic English
  • Current Affairs
  • History
  • Geography
  • General knowledge

It has been found that most of the questions from the past have been repeated word for word in the recent exams. A good number of the questions have been reformulated, but are similar to those in Past Questions and Answers.

In summary, getting a copy of the Nigerian Air Force Recruitment Past Questions and Answers will give you a deep insight into what is expected of the actual exam and will ultimately give you the best

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competitive advantage during the exams.

Note that The list of successful and shortlisted candidates for the Nigerian Airforce recruitment 2021/2022 should be released only when the aptitude test has been concluded . You may want to click here for the Nigerian airforce recruitment.

How to Check the Nigerian Air Force Aptitude Test Result.

  • Here Is the portal to log to
  • Login with your details
  • Please don’t forget to still check your mails for update from the Nigerian Air as regards the aptitude test result.

Always check back because the list is being updated. If you are successful, you may want to check your interview date.

More information about the Nigerian Air Force

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) is the air part of the Nigerian Armed Forces, which is the youngest branch of the Nigerian Armed Forces. It is one of the largest in Africa, consisting of about 15,000 personnel and aircraft including 8 Chinese Chengdu F-7s, 13 Dassault-Dornier Alpha Jets, 3 on order JF-17 Thunders Block II, and 12 on order Super Tucano aircraft, Helicopter gunships, armed attack drones and military transport aircraft.

This armed force was born on 18th of April,1964. They are responsible for aerial welfarism with the size of 18,000 active personnel. The Headquarter is located in Abuja, F.C.T. Their motto is “Willing … Able … Ready”.Yearly anniversary of Armed Forces Day is marked on 15 January.

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They have engaged in several remarkable wars such as; Nigerian Civil War, First,Liberian Civil War,Sierra Leone Civil War,Conflict in the Niger Delta,Boko Haram, insurgency,Northern Mali War,Invasion of the Gambia.

What You Should Know About The Nigerian Air Force

The Air Force was originally proposed in 1958, many lawmakers preferred to rely on the United Kingdom for air defence. But during peacekeeping operations in Congo and Tanganyika, the Nigerian Army had no air transport of its own, and so in 1962, the government began to recruit cadets for pilot training in various foreign countries, with the first ten being taught by the Egyptian Air Force. The Nigeria Air Force was formally birthed in 18 April 1964 in 1960s with the passage of Air Force Act 1964 by the National Assembly.July 1971 the International Institute for Strategic Studies estimated that Nigeria had 7,000 air force personnel and 32 combat aircraft.

In the 1970s, Nigeria bought Lockheed C-130 Hercules from the United States. Six were acquired, and officers reportedly received US$3.6 million dollars in kickbacks, compared to a total purchase price of $45 million.

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December 9, 2011, the Nigerian Air Force will get its first female pilot, Cadet Blessing Liman. The inclusion of women in the training followed a directive from President Goodluck Jonathan.On October 15, 2019, the NAF winged its first female fighter jet pilot Lieutenant Kafayat Sanni and first female helicopter pilot Lieutenant Tolulope Arotile. They were the two female pilots among thirteen other pilots also winged.

Nigeria Air Force Recruitment Procedure Qualifications

  • Applicant must be a Nigeria citizen by birth
  • Age must be between 18-22years
  • Applicant must not be less than 1.66 tall for male and not less than 1.63 tall for female
  • You must be medically fit providing evidence of certificate of fitness from government recognized hospital
  • You must be of quality and good character and must not be an ex-convict
  • For non- tradesmen/women, applicant must have 5 credit including Mathematics and English Language in not more than two sitting in NECO/ GCE/ NABTEB/SSCE
  • For tradesmen/women, applicants must possess lower credit in ND/NCE or any other relevant trade certificate from accredited and reputable Government approved institutions or organizations.

2 thoughts on “Nigerian AIR Force Aptitude Test Result 2024/2025 screening venue”

  1. Ama aondongu Sunday

    I love force work I don’t have the opportunity ,I have all the credentials but Nigeria is connection and I don’t have connection if God touch u to help pls dis my number 09086139642

    1. Isah Hudu Adinoyi

      Yeah that is right by have you ever thought that Nigeria is ur father land???
      Many people doesn’t understand you work base on your capability never put trust on anybody don’t think that ah this man is gonna help me no!! Always have the courage that u will get there and you will surely do… All you need to do is, never loose ur faith you have for the Nigerian airforce… Keep pushing an keep trying it can only be delayed but u will surely get the job…
      Thank you and God bless the Nigerian airforce….

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