Nigerian Air force Structure updated
This article contains all the Nigerian Air force structure for all suitable and qualified candidates interested in joining the force.
The Nigerian Air force is a major part of the air-focused military force, which was formally established in January 1964 with technical assistance from West Germany.
The Nigerian air force started life as a transport unit with aircrew being trained in countries such as Canada, Ethiopia and Pakistan.
The Nigerian air force did not get a combat capability until several MiG-17 aircraft were presented by the Soviet Union in 1966. The Nigerian Airforce flies transport, trainer, helicopter, and fighter aircraft.
The Nigerian Air Force salaries are usually categorised based on their ranks and educational qualification.
The commissioned officers for the Nigerian Air force with their respective salaries are thus as follows;:
- Marshal of the Nigerian Air Force
- Air Chief Marshal
- Air Marshal
- Air Vice-Marshal
- Air Commodore
- Group Captain
- Wing Commander
- Squadron Leader
- Flight Lieutenant
- Flying Officer
- Pilot Officer
|1||Marshal of the Nigerian Air Force||Yet to be attained|
|2||Air Chief Marshal||1,724,283|
There are nine ranks of the non-commissioned officers in the Nigerian Air force with their respective salaries are thus as follows;
- Air Warrant Officer
- Master Warrant Officer
- Warrant Officer
- Flight Sergeant
- Lance – Corporal
- Air Craftman
|1||Air Warrant Officer||171,793|
|2||Master Warrant Officer||165,697|
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