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MessageSujet: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Mar 30 Mar 2010 - 16:56




Equipment Army





Air Force

Aircraft Inventory





Navy
Ship Name
Pennant No.
Type
Remarks

NNS F89Aradu

F89

MEKO 360 Type H1 frigate

active

NNS Dorina

F81

Vosper Thornycraft MK3 corvette

nil

NNS Otobo

F82

Vosper Thornycraft MK3 corvette

nil

NNS Enymiri

F83

Vosper Thornycraft MK9 corvette

nil

NNS Ayam

??

Combattante IIIB Fast Attack Craft

nil

NNS Ekun

??

Combattante IIIB Fast Attack Craft

nil

NNS Siri

??

Combattante IIIB Fast Attack Craft

nil

NNS Damisa

??

Ekpe class, Lurrsen FPB57

nil

NNS Zaria

??

Manata patrol boat

nil

NNS Burutu

??

Manata patrol boat

nil

NNS Ambe

??

Ro-Ro 1300 Landing Ship Tank

nil

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Mar 30 Mar 2010 - 17:57

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Alenia Aeronautica delivers second ATR 42 MP to the Nigerian Air Force


Alenia Aeronautica has delivered the second ATR 42MP (Maritime Patrol) to the Nigerian Air Force (NAF). The delivery ceremony was held at Alenia Aeronautica’s Training Centre at Turin-Caselle and was attended by Air Vice Marshal DS Dillimono (Chief Operation Officer) and Wing Commander AT Marquis (Programme Manager ATR 42MP NAF) who signed the acceptance of the aircraft in the presence of Alenia Aeronautica’s Managers.

Having completed the final acceptance phases with the flight test committee, the aircraft along with the user manuals and spare parts, will leave for the Nigerian Base of Benin City, which is approximately 400 Km from Lagos.
The original contract, signed in March 2007 and worth around $73 million, envisaged the delivery of the aircraft in the maritime patrol configuration; a provision for the necessary training for pilots and operators; as well as the delivery of a series of ground equipment (Ground Support Equipment) and of spare parts necessary to ensure the airplane’s efficiency and reliability for patrol missions.
Along with the first unit, this aircraft was received in a “green” configuration by the ATR Joint Venture at their Toulouse facility, then configured in Alenia Aeronautica’s plants where the structural and systems
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Mer 5 Mai 2010 - 16:44

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L'armée nigériane organise " Air Force Expo 2010"

Les Forces aériennes nigérianes (NAF) vont organiser, du 11 au 14 Mai 2010, un salon aéronautique au siège de leur centre de formation à Kaduna, dans le centre-nord du Nigeria. Intitulé "Air Force Expo 2010", le salon sera organisé sous la forme d'un événement sous-régional et devrait inclure une parade aérienne, une exposition par des industries locales et étrangères et des séminaires.

43 sociétés de 11 pays vont participer à l'exposition. Le président intérimaire du Nigeria, Dr Goodluck Jonathan, devrait procéder à l'ouverture de l'événement mercredi prochain selon l'agence de presse PANA. Les chefs d'état-major de l'armée de l'air de la Côte d'Ivoire, du Mali, du Tchad, de la Guinée-Bissau, de la Sierra Leone, du Sénégal, du Ghana, de l'Ouganda, et du Bénin devraient également participer à l'événement.

Selon le chef de l'armée de l'air nigériane,Air Marshal Oluseyi Petinrin, le salon aéronautique devrait stimuler la croissance de l'industrie aérienne, donner de l'élan à tous les acteurs de la défense et permettre aux industries de l'aviation de collaborer pour renforcer l'industrie aéronautique nigériane.

"Il va également prendre la forme d'un événement annuel à l'image des salons aéronautiques internationaux tel que celui de Paris", a-t-il promis.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Lun 7 Fév 2011 - 13:00

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Nigerians receive first C-130 after PDM




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LISBON, Portugal - The ceremonial key to the first of five refurbished C-130H aircraft is being handed back to the Nigerian Air Force Jan. 26 after more than a year in depot maintenance. Seventeenth Air Force (Air Forces Africa) is orchestrating the capacity-building activity with its partner nation, which includes an extensive maintenance process to upgrade their fleet.

RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany -- After more than a year of major repairs and maintenance, the U.S. Air Force helped return to operational service the first of five C-130 Hercules aircraft to Nigeria Jan. 21. Seventeenth Air Force (Air Forces Africa) is orchestrating the capacity-building activity with its partner nation, which includes an extensive maintenance process to reconstitute their fleet.

In February 2009, the Nigerian government requested assistance from the U.S. to reconstitute five of their eight C-130H aircraft to support peacekeeping operations on the continent, said Lt. Col. David Mackenzie, 17th AF's deputy director of the Strategy, Plans, and Programs directorate. The first aircraft then went through an extensive process called Programmed Depot Maintenance, and was readied to be accepted back into the Nigerian fleet. To help with the process, 17th Airmen joined with a team from the 118th Air National Guard Unit, Tenn, and Warner-Robins Air Logistics Center C-130 Program Office. Together, they partnered with their Nigerian counterparts.

"The Nigerians and U.S. military members were very eager to partner up to improve their Air Force, and specifically their C-130s and training aircraft," Colonel Mackenzie said. "The U.S. crew flew to the depot facility in Lisbon, Portugal, and went over the process to reintegrate the aircraft back in Nigeria's hands after being gone for more than a year."

The process, he explained, included $9.2 million of periodic depot maintenance, engine overhauls, propeller overhauls, and cockpit and avionics refurbishments. U.S. Air Force members provided the Nigerians a breakdown of what went on during the maintenance process and how to maintain the aircraft afterward. This included upcoming maintenance requirements, preventative maintenance and scheduling, and bookkeeping.

"We're just helping them out with the whole acceptance of an aircraft from PDM, and then how to maintain it once they get home," said Lt. Col. John Sapp, 118th ANG Stand Evaluations pilot. "We also showed them how to go through a [Functional Check Flight] to make sure that everything is working properly."

U.S. military C-130s go through an extensive PDM process every five years, and with the Nigerians becoming well versed with the practice for their own aircraft, the West African nation gained valuable experience for future PDM deliveries, Colonel Mackenzie explained. Ultimately, a healthy, well-maintained C-130 fleet means increased capacity for Nigeria to take part in peacekeeping operations, humanitarian relief and increased security.

"Both sides learned a great deal through this partnership which will help make the following three PDM efforts smoother, more productive and hopefully quicker," he said. "As a result of this effort, 17th AF and US Africa Command will move forward with plans to help continue the partnership and ensure the Nigerians are able to logistically support their fleet in the years to come."
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Jeu 10 Mar 2011 - 1:15

le nouveau Falcon 7X ( 5N-FGU ) au Bourget .. il se trouve là bas depuis 5 jours pour un ensemble de training avant livraison




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Jeu 17 Mar 2011 - 17:12

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Soldiers stand in front of the Remembrance Arcade during a military ceremony to honour Nigerian war heroes in Lagos January 15, 2011.





Soldiers in a military ceremony to honour Nigerian war heroes in Abuja January 15, 2011.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Jeu 17 Mar 2011 - 17:14

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Nigerian Alpha Jets
















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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Jeu 17 Mar 2011 - 17:15

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NIGERIAN AIR FORCE ALENIA G222 MEDIUM LIFT AIRCRAFT






Nigerian Air Force Lockheed C-130 Hercules NAF913



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Jeu 17 Mar 2011 - 17:17

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JOINT ROYAL MARINES AND NIGERIAN ARMY+NAVAL SPECIAL FORCES TRAINING IN LAGOS






















Commander Joint Maritime Security Training Centre









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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Ven 18 Mar 2011 - 13:43

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NIGERIAN AIR FORCE DORNIER DO-228 UTILITY PLANES







NIGERIAN AIR FORCE L39ZA JETS








NIGERIAN AIR FORCE F7-NI JET







NIGERIAN AIR FORCE ATR-42MPA SURVEYOR RADAR PLANE





NIGERIAN NAVY AGUSTA AW 109 POWER HELICOPTER



NIGERIAN AIR FORCE AW 109 POWER HELICOPTER



NIGERIAN AIR FORCE AGUSTA A109 LUH LIGHT ATTACK HELICOPTER




NIGERIAN AIR FORCE CHARLIE C130H HERCULES

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Ven 18 Mar 2011 - 13:48

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NIGERIAN ARMY TANKS, SELF-PROPELLED ARTILLERY, ARMOURED VEHICLES AND TOWED ANTI-AIRCRAFT ARTILLERY[/b]


VICKERS MK.3 EAGLE TANK


OTO MELARA PALMARIA 155mm SP ARTILLERY



ALVIS SCORPION LIGHT TANK










NIGERIAN SOLDIERS ATTACK SOMALI SNIPERS 1993-94



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DRONE BUILT BY THE NIGERIAN AIR FORCE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY




INDUCTION CEREMONY: F7-NI AIRGUARD











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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Ven 18 Mar 2011 - 13:55

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NIGERIAN NAVY SPECIAL BOAT SERVICE COMMANDOS PREPARE FOR AN EXERCISE





SEA EAGLE OFFSHORE PATROL CRAFT OF THE NIGERIAN NAVY



AMPHIBIOUS FORCES PATROL THE NIGER DELTA IN AN OTTER LANDING CRAFT(UTILITY)



NC27 TACTICAL INSERTION/ DEPLOYMENT CRAFT - USED BY SPECIAL FORCES COMMANDOS







NIGERIAN NAVY SPECIAL FORCES(SPECIAL BOAT SERVICE) COMMANDOS WITH AMERICAN COUNTERPARTS AT A SEA TRAINING EXERCISE IN THE GULF OF GUINEA



Feb. 13, 2010 - crew of U.S. sailors and Nigerian Navy Special Forces commandos prepare to board the SEA EAGLE-class Offshore Patrol Craft NNS Burutu for a training exercise off the Nigerian coast The U.S. Navy offered training to the Nigerian navy as worries mount of increasingly violent pirate attacks along the West African coast.



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NIGERIAN NAVY LOGISTICS SHIP, NNS KYANWA




NIGERIAN NAVY LOGISTICS SHIP, NNS OLOGBO









NIGERIAN NAVY LOGISTICS SHIP AND PATROL CRAFT DOCKSIDE




COASTAL PATROL CRAFT (converted FORMER BRITISH RAF REPLENISHMENT VESSELS)






HEAVILY-ARMED GUNBOAT(OTTER LANDING CRAFT UTILITY) - 3 WEAPON STATIONS. Used by Nigerian Army Special Forces and Amphibious Forces in the Niger Delta.






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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Jeu 24 Mar 2011 - 11:44

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Pilot dies as fighter jet crash-lands in Kano •Passengers stranded in Lagos







THE pilot of an Air Force fighter jet, Captain Abubakar Suleiman, lost his life on Tuesday, at the Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport, Kano, when the jet crash-landed at the airport.
This is just as the Minister of Aviation, Mrs Fidelis Njeze, said over N12 billion would be spent by the Federal Government to reconstruct the airport terminal to international standard.
An eyewitness, who was at the scene of the incident, told the Nigerian Tribune that the fighter jet caught fire when it allegedly crash-landed.
The fighter jet, which crash-landed on the runway of the airport, was still on the tarmac at the time of filing the report.
It was also disclosed that the fighter jet was on training around the airport, with only the pilot on board when the incident happened.
The source said before the jet caught fire, it was hovering in the air and all of a sudden it came down and caught fire.
He added that the incident might have been caused by either a technical or mechanical problem.
All efforts made by the Nigerian Tribune to get the comment of the airport manager was unsuccessful, as he was not available when newsmen called his office.
Also, efforts to speak with the Air Force commander was abortive, as he was said not to be around.
The corpse of the pilot had been deposited at a mortuary.
Consequently, the airport temporarily closed to flight operations immediately after the crash.
The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) shut the airport to all operations.
The development was said to have left many passengers stranded, while Aero’s 5.30 p.m. flights were cancelled, even as other airlines refused to operate to the area.
Following the Kano incident, many Lagos-Kano bound passengers were stranded at the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA2) Airport, Lagos.
When the Nigerian Tribune visited the local airport, scores of passengers were waiting anxiously to hear announcement on when their flights would depart for Kano.
An airline official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, confirmed that the airport was shut, adding that the stranded passengers were constantly being appealed to to be calm, pending when the situation would return to normal.
The Director-General of NCAA, Dr Harold Demuren, confirmed the incident, but said it was purely military operations, not under the control of his authority.
Meanwhile, the Minister of Aviation, Mrs Njeze, who was at the Aminu Kano International Airport on a facility tour, said the domestic terminal had reached a 95 per cent completion, adding that it would be inaugurated by April 14.
She added that contract for the building of a new terminal had been awarded, saying necessary fund had been earmarked for the project.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Lun 28 Mar 2011 - 16:26

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Nigerian Shipmates


Twenty-one Nigerian Navy personnel were welcomed aboard CGC MORGENTHAU in Dutch Harbor, Alaska on March 2nd. On March 3rd, the crew provided indoctrination training which included a meet and greet, group check-in's, and cold water survival/abandon ship training. Our new shipmates instantly fit in on board MORGENTHAU, both crews share the common bond that is so easily found among sea-going professionals. The Nigerians are great shipmates who are serious about their work. They have not stopped studying and learning about main propulsion, auxiliary, damage control, & electrical systems since reporting on board. Many have experience on board the 180 foot buoy tenders Nigeria received from the USCG. None have experience with Alaska... they marvel at the cool temperatures, big seas, and majestic scenery.







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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Jeu 12 Mai 2011 - 12:51

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Air Force fighter plane crashes in Gboko








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MAKURDI – A Nigerian Air Force Fighter Jet F-7Ni at the early hours of Wednesday, crashed at Mbaniongu Mbazaam, near Yandev in Gboko local government area of Benue State.
The ill fated jet crash landed near the Yandev Community Secondary School, at kilometer 4, Buruku road, but no casualties were recorded in the accident.
In a statement by the Command Public Relations Officer of the Tactical Air Command of the force in Makurdi, Wing Commander Adebayo Makun, the two pilots on board the aircraft successfully ejected from the craft.
According to Makun, a search and rescue team from the 305 Flying Training School has successfully rescued the two pilots back to base.
He said, “A NAF search and rescue helicopter from the 305 Flying Training School Enugu has already sighted and recovered the pilots to NAF medical hospital in Makurdi for medical attention”.

File photo: A Nigerian Airforce plane.

The Command’s spokesman further disclosed that the Chief of Air Staff has already ordered an investigative team to visit the site of the crash to ascertain the cause of the mishap.
“An investigative team ordered by the CAS is already at the crash site to ascertain the cause of the crash”, he said.
Meanwhile, the news of the air mishap had initially thrown the entire state into shock as the rumour mills had it that top Nigerian politicians who were on their way to Ushongo to commensurate with the Chief Justice of the Federation, Justice Aloysius Katsina-Alu on the death of his wife were involved in the air disaster.
It would be recalled that in September 17th, 2006, an 18 seater Dornier Airforce plane belonging to the Nigeria Air Force also crashed in Oko village in Vandeikya local government area of Benue State, killing 15 top military officers in that flight while three survived the crash.
In another statement , signed by Air Commodore Yusuf Anas, Director of Airforce Public Relations, in Abuja; it confirmed the crash and also said that no deaths were recorded as the two pilots on board the aircraft successfully ejected.
The statement reads, “A Nigerian Air Force F7-Ni aircraft, on a routine training exercise crashed this morning at Mbaniongu Mbazaam near Yandev Community Secondary School, Kilometer 4 Buruku Road Yandev, Benue State”.
“The two pilots on board the aircraft successfully ejected from the aircraft. A Nigerian Air Force Search and Rescue helicopter from 305 Flying Training School Enugu has already sighted and flown the pilots to the Nigerian Air Force Medical Hospital, Makurdi for medical assessment”.
“A preliminary investigation into the crash has been ordered by the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal MD Umar to ascertain the cause of the accident”.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Ven 13 Mai 2011 - 12:14

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Nigerian Navy Acquires New Combat Boats



The Nigerian Navy has acquired and launched three new Manta combat boats to fight against piracy and address the challenges in the maritime sector.
Nigerian Navy Ship Beecroft commanding officer Jonathan Ango said the high-speed combat vessels were fitted with greater-calibre arms and ammunition and were highly manoeuvrable.
The combat boats will replace the 30-year-old boats that had been deployed to fight piracy, illegal bunkering, and vandalism of oil platforms.
The navy has plans to deploy the three vessels in Lagos, South-East and the Niger Delta, West Africa
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Jeu 2 Juin 2011 - 12:05

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Nigerian G222





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Ven 10 Juin 2011 - 16:26

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NIGERIAN NAVY SEAMEN ABOARD NNS ZARIA, ONE OF TWO NEW SUNCRAFT SEA EAGLE OFFSHORE PATROL CRAFTS COMMISSIONED IN 2009





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THE NIGERIAN NAVY'S NNS NWAMBA(ex-USCG BALSAM-CLASS)





NNS OHUE, ONE OF TWO LERICI-CLASS MINE COUNTERMEASURE VESSELS IN SERVICE WITH THE NIGERIAN NAVY




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MessageSujet: Re: THE NIGERIAN ARMED FORCES   Sam 25 Juin 2011 - 15:52

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Nigériane / Nigerian Armed Forces   Ven 8 Juil 2011 - 12:47

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Air Force reactivates four jets, pledges to maintain logistics readiness



By Femi Ogbonnikan Correspondent, Lagos



Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has reactivated four of its Alpha fighter jets in a bid to ensure its combat-readiness, said Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Mohammed Umar.
Speaking at a two-day logistics conference entitled, “Enhancing the existing logistics management system for efficient NAF air operations”, held at Sam Ethnan Air Force Base, Ikeja, Lagos, on Tuesday, the CAS said that the four alpha jets were reactivated by a private contracting firm in Germany as the company as which manufactured them had folded up.
He said the jets had been returned to their base in Kainji, Kogi State, waiting to fly.

Umar said that with the current global trends coupled with the uncertainty of adequate funding to meet increasing needs of the NAF, it had become imperative to develop new policies to maintain logistics readiness in order to provide support to counter any threat or request to assist other governmental agencies.

Umar also stated that the increase in Nigerian Air Force operating tempo over the years had consistently challenged its logistics readiness.

The Air Force chief, however, noted that upon his assumption of office on September 8, 2010, his administration viewed logistics as an important aspect of the NAF operations and as part of his visions to position the service for sustained employment of air power to meet joint national defence imperatives as well as provide swift response capabilities for emergencies and internal security challenges, focused logistics support for greater efficiency and higher productivity by giving it the attention it deserved.
The CAS stated that the relevance of the NAF cannot be over-emphasised with its impressive performance of its logisticians in the provision of platforms, professional handling and distribution of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) materials during the April general elections,.

The CAS seized the occasion to praise the chief host, Air Vice Marshal Hassan Nashehu, for reviving the conference, which was held last in 2006.

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