Tuesday, 25 July 2017

AFMS Graduation: CAS Charges Junior Airmen To Uphold Naf Standards

The Chief of the Air Staff (CAS), Nigerian Air Force (NAF) Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar has charged the newly graduated junior airmen of Air Force Military School (AFMS), Jos to continue upholding the ethics and traditions of the NAF. The CAS stated this during the 32nd Passing Out Parade (POP) of junior airmen held on Saturday, 22 July 2017 in Jos. Represented by the Chief of Administration, Air Vice Marshal Lawal Alao, the CAS said the training acquired by the graduands would go a long way in building their capacity to contribute more meaningfully to the development of the NAF and the country at large.

According to him, "you must consolidate on the training you have acquired and develop yourselves for productive service in the NAF and be worthy ambassadors of the Service any where you may find yourselves”. The CAS reiterated the NAF’s commitment to supporting the School, noting that the School had contributed immensely to meeting the manpower requirements of the Service. While congratulating the graduands, the CAS charged them to be loyal, dedicated and ready to contribute their quota to the overall development of the Service.
The three-day event, which commenced with the speech and price giving day, beating of the retreat and the passing out parade, was well attended by eminent personalities. One hundred and thirteen junior airmen passed out at the event. The highlight of the occasion was the presentation of gifts to some graduating students who distinguished themselves in various subjects. The AFMS was established by the NAF in 1980 with the aim of providing both normal secondary school education and military training to Nigerian boys less than 17 years of age in preparation for future leadership roles.

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