The Nigerian Air Force on Monday in Abuja decorated 14 of its newly-graduated pilots with their “Wings” after completion of their flight training in Nigeria and South Africa.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that of the 14 pilots being decorated, 12 were from NAF, while two were from Liberia.
The officers are: Flying officers A. Abba, T. Tamen, C. Gadzama, E. Agwu, M. Adamu, H. Ajagbe and A. Man-Ugwueje,
Others are: O. Obi, Flight. Lt. V. Sirleaf, Flight Lt. J. Dwanah, O. Akadiri, Flying Officer P. Piyo, Flying officer D. Otuokon and Flying officer I. Obi.
The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, while decorating the officers with their pilot’s wings, urged them not to be complacent in their duties.
He advised the young pilots to be prepared for the task ahead as they fit into the operational flying environment.
“You must not become complacent, knowing that flying operations require discipline, dedication and a lot of hard work, indeed, your journey to…