22 June 2012

Angola: Navy Chief Urges Staff to Improve Naval Military Skill

Luanda — The commander of the Angolan Navy (MGA), Admiral Augusto da Silva Cunha, Friday here called on the personnel of the sector to improve more the naval military skill by attending the various courses related to the purpose.

Addressing the 36th anniversary of this Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) branch, the MGA chief also encouraged the members of the sector improve the techniques depending on their skills, discipline and organization, in order to better contribute to the development of MGA.

On the other hand, the Navy senior officer appealed to young people involved in the sector to know the history of the Navy and the steps it has taken.

According to him, this will enable them compare the past and present.

Founded on July 10, 1976, the Angola's Navy has the specific mission to ensure the protection of national waters, in accordance with the principles of national defence.

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