Nigerian Airforce Non-Tradesmen/women recruitment 2021/2022 Form is out
Here is a quick guide on how to get recruited into the Nigerian Airforce as a Non-Tradesmen/women recruitment.
You will find the actual opening and closing date for the Nigerian Air Force recruitment, the new recruitment portal to sign-up so as to access the e screening form.
Nigerian Airforce recruitment online registration starts 1st March 2021 and end 31 March 2021
Remember that the Nigerian Airforce Non-Tradesmen/women recruitment is free. No one will ever ask you for a financial favour in return for a position with the Nigerian Air Force.
Nigerian Airforce Non-Tradesmen/women recruitment 2021/2022
History has it that the Nigerian Air Force was founded in the year 1964, just a few years after the country gained her independence.
From a few hundreds of personnel the NAF has seen it number of active men and women increase to about 10,000 and even went further to upgrade their military hardware ;
topping the number of Aircraft to about 261 or even more at present. With its headquarters in Abuja, NAF is being headed by a chief of Air staff.
The NAF of today has been well arranged so as to meet modern day requirements as far as Air defence is concerned giving them the ability to swiftly deploy their men and Aircraft in case the nation comes under threat.
The operational command is up to 4, also four reporting units and a service headquarters.
This structure was first introduced by the British but today it has been modernised to meet world’s standards.
To help protect the Airspace effectively, the Nigerian Air Force needs to constantly collaborate with other sisters security agencies such as the Nigerian army and the Nigerian navy.
With the help of this other arm then much more is achievable. Today the Nigerian Air Force headquarters are made up of the following:
- Air secretary branch
- Inspection branch
- Policy and plans branch
- Accountant and budget
- Administrative branch
- Operations branch
- Logistics branch
- Air engineering branch
NAF NON-TRADESMEN AND NON-TRADESWOMEN RECRUITMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR
- Age: all Airmen and air women applying as non-tradesmen/women should be 17 and 22 years.
- Academic qualifications is another important part of the requirements ; here is the deal : just a 3 credits including Mathematics and English Language in SSCE/NECO/GCE obtained not later than 6 years to this exercise.
- Other documents like your state of origin or local government identification letter, Date of birth certificate etc are required.
All intended non-tradesmen/women should be single, have good character.
HOW TO APPLY FOR NON-TRADESMEN AND NON-TRADESWOMEN RECRUITMENT IN NIGERIA
Throughout previous application in past years, the Nigerian Air Force has maintained two recruitment page And they are as follows:
Apply Here: nafrecruitment.airforce.mil.ng
Or here: www.careers.nigerianairforce.gov.ng
Immediately the recruitment is announced and made official we are just going to update this page so as to make it more relevant and reflect the real situation on ground.
HOW TO CHECK NIGERIAN AIRFORCE NON-TRADESMEN AND NON-TRADESWOMEN RECRUITMENT TEST AND SCREENING VENUE?
When signing up for the requirement please make use of an email address that is accessible and available. You also need a valid phone number.
These are the only channels of communication that should remain open. Always check your email for update as the Nigerian Air Force will communicate better with you through such means.
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